March Town Flying Club celebrate successful season

PUBLISHED: 09:00 30 November 2018

Members of March Town Flying Club held their annual presentation evening at the GER Club. Pictured are Mr & Mrs D Driver, Arron Driver, Maurice Bishop, Dave Bannister and Freddie Bannister.

Members of March Town Flying Club held their annual presentation evening at the GER Club. Pictured are Mr & Mrs D Driver, Arron Driver, Maurice Bishop, Dave Bannister and Freddie Bannister.

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March Town Flying Club held their annual presentation evening at the GER Club.

Club secretary and treasurer Maurice Bishop said the club had enjoyed another successful season of flying in the Peterborough & District Federation and North Road Championship.

And President Arron Driver presented the prize cards and trophies to winning members, including M Bishop & Son, who won 49 diplomas including 10 first prizes, as well as the Lerwick Cup, Thurso Cup, Lerwick & Thurso average and Lowest Velocity Cup.

Mr & Mrs D Vallance won 33 diplomas, including nine first prizes and the Perth Cup and Dunbar Cup, while Mr D Bannister claimed 26 diplomas including five first prizes, the Young Bird average and Berwick YB Cup.

Mr L Williams won four diplomas, including a first prize, and all members are already looking forward to the start of the new racing season in 2019.

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