Very promising results achieved by 3 of the Belgian Project bursary holders last weekend in Wales. Niamh Mc Kiverigan (Powerhouse Sport-Cycling Ulster)  Thomas Creighton (Mc Convey Cycles-Cycling Ulster) and Lee Harvey (U/A- Cycling Ulster) done us all proud in the Junior section of the British national country cross series  not forgetting young Dean Harvey who was not in the CU team but entered individual. This was the 5th time the CU team travelled to Britain this year and we should pay tribute to their parents and volunteers to make this possible for them, and  more resources should be made available to them to help them out, this dedicated people paving a way to bring our youth to the next level. Thomas and Lee both managed podium in 2nd and 3th overall after a five time top performance. Young Dean is learning the trade and can be proud to end up 12th in his cat. In the ladies junior section Ulster Champ Niamh done suberb with an overall of joined 5th and at tender age of 16 !  This is promising for Irish off road racing as British cross country has high level status in Europe, and our youth already appears on podiums across the water. The media team of the Belgian Project soon back in action at the Off Road scene with The Brian Kinning GP on the 2nd September and a full CX season in Ulster region to follow. Last but not least a thank you to my bursary proved me several times that I made the right selection and very chuffed with that sort of response with top results and achievements ..chapeau and merci  (feature photo courtesy of British Cycling)