Riders hit the track at Symmons Plains

CYCLING Tasmania held its schoolage criterium championships at Symmons Plains yesterday.

About 45 riders from around the state took part in under-13, under-15 and under-17 age groups.

The under-13 winners were Launceston's Amy Wright in the girls' criterium while North-West rider Sam Walmsley took out the boys'.

Hobart's Mitch Gittus and Anya Louw were successful in the under-15 events and in the under-17s, Launceston's Zach Gilmore and North-West's Victoria Dean were victorious.

Senior criteriums were also held with Hobart's Will Holmes winning A-Grade, George Town's Braydon Bennett successful in B-Grade and the North-West's Tim Taylor in C-Grade.

The D-Grade winner was Hobart's James Goodsell, E-Grade went to Launceston's Nick Brown and F-Grade to Launceston's Adrian Wright.

The special veteran's criterium was taken out by Launceston's James Down.

A-grade rider Ben Mather pulls ahead of the field at Symmons Plains yesterday.  Picture: SCOTT GELSTON

A-grade rider Ben Mather pulls ahead of the field at Symmons Plains yesterday. Picture: SCOTT GELSTON

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