Interclub 01 Finishing Position = 4th
Interclub 01 MVP = Kim Elvery
Interclub 01 Event Victories = 1 (Yamba Triathlon)
Interclub 02 Preview
The Clarence Valley Stingrays entered the final round of Interclub 01 at the Byron Triathlon just 3.5 points off the lead but finished fourth overall, highlighting just how competitive the title race was.
The Stingrays showed terrific consistency over the six rounds last season and look set to be in the mix for title success again this season.
They will be red hot favourites to take out Round 1, the Yamba Triathlon, if they can then back up at the Kingscliff Triathlon in Round 2, the Stingrays will take some stopping.
The Byron Triathlon will once again be key for the Stingrays. They will need to improve on their fifth place finish there last season if they are to head to Club Champs in Foster in contention.
TNSW Projected Finish = 3rd
Clarence Valley Triathlon Club has been an incorporated since 1992, when it was Grafton Triathlon Club. It has since changed name to incorporate the whole of the Clarence Valley, and is now based in Yamba.
During the season Clarence Valley Triathlon Club holds friendly race format sessions for members (and visitors) on a fortnightly basis from the Yamba Community Pool & Sports Complex. Races are handicapped so everyone gets a look in. The club is all about getting into Tri to improve lifestyle and improving personal goals – whatever your personal goal may be.
The Clarence Valley Stingrays finished fourth in the first ever North Coast Interclub Series. They were victorious at the Yamba Triathlon. Kim Elvery was the first ever MVP for the Clarence Valley Stingrays and was also the MVP for the North Coast Region.