Competitions

competition winners

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

 

// Woodstock Tyre Cooler // 27/8/2018-23/9/2018
Well done to the winners of a woodstock tyre cooler competition: Finlay Brougham, Kristen Bertram, Cherrie Hunt, Karen Matthews, Gary Moyle, Tracey Davey, Chris Hawke, John Akkerman, Peita Backhouse, Michael Koumpis, Anita Janssen, Gary Lockett, Mark Godfrey, Robyn Hayward, Jake Madson, Paul Blore, Wendy Keirs, Robert Carver, Kylie Gordon, John Forsythe, Megan Muller, Lyndon Dooling, Glen Skinner, Kelly Frauenfelder, Jayne Morley, Ron Butterfield, Marco Gonzalez, Joan Reynolds, Karlene Moore, Jared Ciot, Christopher Scanlan, David Scott, Darren Colmer, Kaylene Ellis, Lyndon Dolling, Jeffrey Hammond, Michelle Hopkins & Matt Wallace

// rekorderlig sole bike // 30/7/2018-26/8/2018
Congratulations to the winners of the rekorderlig sole bike competition: Parafield Gardens S.C, Megan Schultz, Lee Filosi & Liam Bateman

 

 

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