Reece honoured by A. Ally & Sons

—hopes to realize dream of competing at the Olympic Games

Flying Ace Cycle Club of Berbice star rider Neil Reece was recently honoured by sponsor and Rose Hall Town, Corentyne businessman Mark Lewis of A. Ally and Sons Company  for his achievements in 2012.

A constant fixture within the national setup since the tender age of 14, Reece,  who is trained by Randolph Roberts, stated that he is satisfied with his accomplishments for last year as he seeks to build on his continuous rise in the sport.

“I am very content with my performances during the previous competitive season.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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