Interclub 01 Finishing Position = 5th
Interclub 01 MVP = Margaret Lawn
Interclub 01 Event Victories = 2 (Trial Bay Triathlon, Tweed Enduro)
Interclub 02 Preview
It was a mixed bag for the Port Macquarie Pelicans in Interclub 01.
They finished fifth overall but won two of the six rounds.
Three rounds without scoring will stop any club from being crowned champions but they where still in the mix until the last few rounds, highlighting how well they performed at the races they attended.
The addition of Club Champs to the North Coast calendar, now that it has returned to Forster, is a bonus to a club that historically performs extremely well at the event.
Sleep on the Pelicans at your peril.
TNSW Projected Finish = 5th
Port Macquarie Triathlon Club (PMTC) is a family-friendly triathlon community that stages a variety of races in the Port Macquarie-Hastings locality. The Tri Club bases most of its activities in McInherney Park which is located on the Hastings River in Port Macquarie. A number of races are also staged at Pilot Beach Reserve, Dunbogan.
PMTC prides itself on its friendly and welcoming environment where new-comers, juniors and seasoned competitors are welcome, challenged and encouraged to Come ‘n’ Tri. The Club’s Summer season generally consists of 13 club races during the warmer months of October to April, with a mix of handicapped, graded and team events. A series of Aquathons during January holidays and a winter duathlon series are also staged, and new-comers are always welcomed.
The Club also promotes attendance at a number of National events over a variety of distances from Sprint Triathlons up to Ironman distance. The Club is especially proud of its regular attendance at the annual NSW Club Championships.
The Port Macquarie Pelicans finished fifth in the first ever North Coast Interclub Series. They were victorious at the Trial Bay Triathlon and the Tweed Enduro . Margaret Lawn was the first ever MVP for the Port Macqaurie Breakers.