Seccombe lifts to new cycling level



GLADSTONE cyclist Brian Seccombe recorded a career-best second place in the Rockhampton Tour 32km A grade kermese road race last Saturday.

In his first race back in the top grade after having recently been demoted to B grade, Seccombe's performance would indicate he hasn't settled for getting back to his best, instead lifting another level again.

The Gladstone rider was bet-tered only by Rockhampton's Jack Rassie in a tight sprint finish to the line, initiated by fellow harbour city competitor Matt Jenkin.

Also securing a second place finish was Gladstone D grade competitor Adam Sykes.

Jenkin, a former coach of Australian representative Lorian Graham, was yesterday shocked to have learnt of her injury in an accident involving the Australian Institute of Sport women's road squad.



Turkey Beach revs up for Tractor Bash

Turkey Beach revs up for Tractor Bash

These machines helped build Australia

Turkey Beach paddock is home to community library and bikes

Turkey Beach paddock is home to community library and bikes

The Turkey Beach community really got on board

Truck fire at Boyne Island

Truck fire at Boyne Island

The fire is believed to have started in the cabin.

Local Partners