Rwandan National Team appeared at the starting line of a junior race held in Belgium , traditional songs welcomed the riders and brought a bit of a  carnival atmosphere to this well organised UCI 1.14.3 event.  A very hot day for the graduates (juniors) yesterday in Kanegem (West Flanders) Cathir Doyle took the first prime of the day and started to attack to get a break going, but unfortunately having a small crash ( a bit of skin of his knee and nothing to be worry about) in one of the technical corners of the circuit. This left still Cian May in the race who was very lively and managed to get in the winning break of 12 riders. They took over a minute to the chasing bunch and a sprint to the line was the outcome. Noting a chase in the latter stages of the race of Conor Gallagher who went on his own and stayed away to claim the 13th place.With Cian not be a strong sprinter we are very happy for him to take 8th and means we have now already two top tens in the Junior races and that promises good results for the weeks to come. Great to see Xeno Young supporting his fellow Irish riders to while training and racing in Belgium, and soon back to Majorca to prepare for the coming track season. The feedback of all guest families and team principals is very good, the work rate top, and eager to race.Seeing such efforts inspire me to keep going, knowing the lads are safe and well cared of.They are all ambassadors for Irish Cycling and my beloved project!! Belgian commissaire and his wife having a chat with Top Cycling commentator Klaas De Gruyter