Interclub Finishing Positions
ICL01 = 2nd
ICL02 = 4th
ICL03 = 4th
ICL01 = Ben Bell/Brodie Talbot (4.5 PTS)
ICL02 = Sile Crowe (5.5 PTS)
ICL03 = Eric Vickery (5.5 PTS)
Yet to throw their weight around, but look for the Cannons to take it up a notch this season.
After two fourth placed finishes over the past two seasons, Illawarra will find themselves in the title race but will fall short. Ominous signs for their rivals though as James Alexander and his committee are making strides that could see Illawarra on top before too long.
TNSW prediction = 3rd
Illawarra Triathlon Club has been established since 1988 and they encourage anyone who would like to participate in triathlon to come along and join our racing or training events. They are also encourage families to become involved in their club and the social aspect of triathlon.
ITC offer affordable membership packages and their training and racing calendar provides opportunities all year round. During summer they have triathlon events, aquathlons and club training rides. Their focus in winter is on duathlons and running. There are also a range of social activities throughout the year to encourage members to get to know each other, introduce their families to the club and to form friendships and training partners.
The Illawarra Cannons finished second in the first ever South Coast Interclub Series. They were victorious at the Callala Triathlon and the Wollongong Triathlon. Ben Bell and Brodie Talbot tied for the first ever MVP title for the Illawarra Cannons.
The Cannons slipped backwards during ICL02 to finish fourth despite victory at the Berry Duathlon. Sile Crowe won the Club MVP.
It was fourth again for Illawarra in ICL03 despite a purple patch mid season whilst Eric Vickery secured the MVP title for the Cannons.
Illawarra Cannons MVP 04