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Pawpa Brown Race results

The Weekend Warriors (W/W) went from Leslie’s Imports to Garbutt’s Farm at Mile 25 on the Northern (Philip Goldson) Highway via Boom Road for the C Class, 38 miles; and from Leslie’s Imports to Crooked Tree Junction to Garbutt’s Farm at Mile 25, Northern (Philip Goldson) Highway via Boom Road for the A/B Class, 50 miles.

Top finishers were:

A/B Class: 1st place – Isaiah Willacey (Digicell-4G, 2:13:11); 2nd Beat Brunschwelier (Cayo Rentals, 2:13:24); 3rd Barney Brown (Scotiabank, 2:15:05); 4th Ernest Thurton (Santino’s, st); 5th Philip Burns (Cayo Rentals, st); 6th Kent Bob Gabourel (Invitee) and 7th Colin Maheia (BCB/FT Williams, st). Other finishers in no particular order were Ray Hyde (Santino’s), Jack Sutherland (Digicell-4G), George Abraham (Scotiabank), Warren Coye (Santino’s), Preston Martinez (M&M Engineering), Wilbert Jones (Digicell-4G), Palas Joseph (Santino’s), Andrew Ordonez (Digicell-4G), Maurice Kelly (BCB/FT Williams), Nehru Gilharry (Truckers), Stephen Bissett (BNE), Eustace Ireland (Scotiabank), Gilroy Robinson (Santino’s), Vallan Symms (Cayo Rentals), Douglas Lamb (Digicell-4G), James Frampton (Santino’s), Mike Phillips (Santino’s) and Mark Reid (Zitro).

19 riders did not finish in the A/B Class.

C Class: 1st place – Santino Castillo (Santino’s); 2nd Ernest Olivera (House of Jewelry); 3rd Salvador Alvarado (Zitro); 4th Nelson Zayden (House of Jewelry); 5th Sheffield Eck (Zitro). Other finishers in no particular order were David Madrid (Santino’s), Wayne Arnold (BCB/FT Williams), Lawrence Craig (Truckers), Steve Guild (Truckers), Dennis McKoy (Truckers), Valentine Sosa (Truckers), Manuel Esquiliano (Truckers) and Curtis Bradley (BCB/FT Williams).

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