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Berry Duathlon provides plenty of talking points for ICS

The Berry Duathlon was jam packed full of action this past weekend with it being the NSW State Duathlon Championships as well as Round 2 for all Sydney Leagues and Round 1 for the South Coats in ICS 02. 


South Coast

The South Coast returned for its second ever installment and promises to be a closer run race this year. 

Round 1 saw a two way tie for the event victory between reigning Champs, the Kiama Coasters and the Illawarra Cannons with the Shellharbour Mariners just half a point back in second. 

Highlands performed excellently to take out third whilst Jervis Bay will be pleased with how their season started with 9.5 points and fourth. 

Eurocoast rounded off the day in fifth place for the South Coast but still headed home with 6 invaluable points to kick off the season. 

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Sydney Triathlon Premier League 

Cronulla bounced back from a quiet Round 1 to secure their first event victory of the season with Balmoral once again performing well to take second, closing the gap on Hills in the process.

Macarthur were third and jump to third overall in the process.

It was another encouraging display for the Panthers who tied with Hills for fourth. 

Balance picked up a point to finish fifth with STG not featuring this round and drop to fifth overall as a result.

 A great day for Cronulla and another performance from Balmoral that will concern Hills. 

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Sydney Triathlon League 1

Concord stormed to victory in Berry and as a result now sit on top of the Sydney Triathlon League 1. 

Brighton kicked started their season with a solid second place, Warringah claiming third to move up the ladder overall.

The Australian Chinese Dragons were fourth and slip to second overall. 

BRAT’s, Coogee and Engadine didn’t feature this round. 

Concord seem to be the club to stop this season in Sydney Triathlon League 1 but the Dragons and the Warringah Waves are well placed as we head for Nepean. 

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Sydney Triathlon League 2 

Round 1 was no fluke as Pulse backed up to claim their second event victory of the season and extend their lead in the Sydney Triathlon League 2. 

A wonderful display saw Pulse accumulate 17.5 points and the top score of the round for all leagues involved. 

Eastern Suburbs were again superb to finish second again and extend their cushion over third to cement themselves as a promotion favourite. 

NSTC were third to keep the points tally for the season ticking over. 

LAPD, T4, Lion Island and FilOz didn’t feature this round.

It is a long season but Pulse have given themselves the best possible start, another strong performance at Nepean and they will be on their way to promotion and a place in the Sydney Triathlon League 1 for next season. 

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