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Mike Connors Trial Awarded Best for 2016

SART Sports Manager, John Songailo, presenting the award to club president Matt Rosenzweig

The KMCC Mike Connors Trial was awarded the MSA Best Reliability Trial for 2016. The award was presented at the 2016 South Australian Reliability Trials Championships (SART) Awards night on October 21st. Six of the 7 rounds in the series are scored at the completion of their event (Swann Insurance 24 Hour not included). The award is rated on the course, officials and the running of the event, a total score accumulated from the riders feedback at the completion of the trial.

KMCC also took out the top three solo positions in the series. Rowan Pumpa was awarded the 2016 SART Champion finishing as Outright winner with a total of 120 points. Alex Heidenreich was the most improved rider this year with a second place result gathering a total of 106 points. Third place went Dan Plowman on 101 points.

2016 Mike Connors Trial

Mike Connors CompositeThe Keyneton MCC would like to thank all those involved in the successful running of the 2016 Mike Connors Reliability Trial held on May 28, From the event pre- event organisation to on the day officials and volunteers.

This event would not be possible without the help of EMT(Medical) and  ACRM(Radio Communications).

Finally thank you also to the riders, for supporting our event, we hope you had an enjoyable & safe ride. for results visit sarchampionship.comMike Connors 2016

 

Vale Harold (Joe) Doddridge

Joe DoddridgeOn Thursday May 5th, the Keyneton Motorcycle Club turned out to pay their respects at the funeral of  Harold (Joe) Doddridge, the founding member and gentleman of the KMCC.

A Guard of Honor was formed by members, current, past & Life, as the pall bearers carried the coffin from St Petri Lutheran Church, Nuriootpa, and again on the roadway as the hearse passed by.

Founder of the Club in July 1950, it was Joe’s idea to form the Club, and in June of 1950 placed an advert in the local Barossa paper advertising the first meeting at his home, the Temperence Hotel at Keyneton. Joe was the inaugural President and held that position for 10 years. He also held numerous other positions in the Club and was actively involved for over 35 years, including the running of the Club’s control at the 24 Hour Trial, his first taste of motorcycling in the late 1940’s. Continue reading Vale Harold (Joe) Doddridge