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NRC Awards Night at The Bowler’s Arms


Over sixty Club members returned to The Bowler’s Arms on 12 March 2022 for our Spring Social, and an evening of celebration, conversation and curry.

It was a great opportunity to catch up, with some of our latest recruits coming along to meet other members and find out more about what is going on in the club.

During the evening we were delighted to celebrate the achievements of our 2021 Club Trophy winners, along with some special club ride awards, all presented by Club President Bob Lyle.


During 2021 there were numerous PBs, lifetime bests, new club records and medals a plenty. Many riders can feel very satisfied with their season and their performances.

Unfortunately Claire Emons, Wei Tsung Yau, Marion Templeman, Cliff Voller, Tim Cartwright, Peter Fuell and Ian Lakey were unable to join us on the night but you can read about their achievements here


Presentation highlights on the night included:


Tristan Davenne:

1st Place in the 50 Mile TT Club Championship

1st Place in the Men’s Hill Climb Trophy


Andy Laycock:

1st Place in the Stonham 6 X 10 Shield

1st Place in the 25 Mile TT Club Championship (Men)

1st Place in the Men’s SPOCO


Allan Bartlett

1st Place in the Smith Handicap – 25 Mile


Nick Williams

2nd Place for the Tate Handicap 10 Mile TT Trophy


Gordon Fry

Pete Jarvis Club Runs Shield – Awarded for always going above and beyond in Club ride organisation and leadership.


Chris Matthews

Club Merit Shield ­– awarded for consistently giving 100%, behind the scenes and in many areas of the Club activities.


Phil George

The ‘Well Maybe’ Award for breath-taking navigation skills on an evening Club Ride!


Lorraine Murrell and the Women’s Ride Team

West Berkshire Community Group of the Year Award – awarded to the Club for the work it has done to encourage women to cycle, and the significant positive impact on the health, wellbeing and fitness of many ladies in West Berkshire.



Thanks to Lorraine Murrell for organising a memorable evening, Ian Chitty, Chris Matthews and John Murrell for set-up, and to Gareth Davies for taking photos. We would also like to thank Richard Hayman and the team at The Bowler’s Arms for being such great hosts.


Keep an eye out for dates for our next socials, and if you’re interested in having a go at winning some of the long-standing club trophies, there are plenty of opportunities in our time trials calendar here.



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