‘Team GB…we’re available for the next Olympics!’
Alan Reid finished third in 1:04:15 in the handicapped race.
The introduction of Andy Guy sparked a late flurry of attacks but in the end Tarbert had little to show.
Elaine McGeachy predicted she would finish in 54:30 and finished in 54:29, perhaps inspired by the prize of a giant Toblerone.
Gavin stormed into a 3-0 lead, only for Charles to come back to make it 3-3.
Andrew Semple and Scott Oman scored their first goals for the club.
The only girl to make it onto the singles results list was Emily McMurchy.
Much needed points as Campbeltown Pupils beat Rutherglen.
There will also be Kintyre Wheelers Cycling Club sample kit on display and club joining details.
Every player did their ex-captain proud and will hope that this type of performance can continue for the remainder of the season.