Dixon dominates Willesden roll of honour

PUBLISHED: 18:37 26 January 2011

Peter Dixon and president Jimmy Love

Peter Dixon and president Jimmy Love


PETER Dixon swept the board with six club trophies at Willesden CC’s annual awards night on Saturday at Stanmore Golf Club.

Willesden president Jimmy Love presented Dixon with his impressive haul of trophies – the veterans’ time trial and road race championships, the Jim Revill Trophy (handicap 25 miles), Dunning Cup (fastest 25 miles), Alf Peyton Cup (fastest 50 miles) and Palmer Trophy (fastest 100 miles).

Several other club members took awards home, including ladies’ time trial champion Gill Reynolds, road race champion Tom London and ladies’ road and track champion Jayne Paine.

Dan Maslin was the schoolboys’ road race champion, with Connor Woodford winning the track award and Kirsten Savage taking both the road and track honours in the schoolgirls’ section.

The Jackson Novices Cup went to Harmeet Dhiraj, with Stuart Birnie taking the hill climb and sportive trophies, and Peter Turnbull winning the men’s Audax championship.

Wendy Mears was named ladies’ audax and merit trophy winner, while the marshalling trophy went to husband and wife team Ron and Gladys Purdy.

Meanwhile, Willesden have established a new award – the Nick Tidmarsh 10-mile time trial Trophy.

This is in honour of Tidmarsh, one of the club’s founder members, who recently celebrated his 100th birthday.

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