Sutton Cycling Club is toasting another stellar season on two wheels - with four league wins and three second places in the London Cyclocross League.

The 18-year-old Youth-focussed club took part in the 11-round series across London and the south east, with fixtures in Herne Hill, Brighton and Leeds Castle in Kent.

Joe Carpenter won the under 10s title following his domination of the early season with six consecutive wins. In the girls' competition, Zoe Roche battled all year with Lee Valley Youth rider, Anna Lloyd. Neither girl was outside of the top two all season. The final race of the league was set to be the decider but unfortunately it was cancelled leaving Roche with five wins to Lloyd's six.

The girls' under 14 league was dominated by Sutton CC riders, taking 1st and 2nd. Amber Junker led the early part of the season winning her first two races. Phoebe Roche came back to competition after breaking her leg mountain bike racing in the summer to pick up five wins mid-season. Junker fought back to take two more wins but a win from Darenth rider, Emily Lines, put the title beyond Junker. Both riders represented Sutton CC at the National Cyclocross Championships at Sunderland this year, with Junker 7th and Roche 16th.

Sutton again took a stranglehold on the under 16 boys title with Jamie Walker this year's champion, closely followed by teammate Sam McGhee. The Sutton CC pair performed consistently all season but a string of 1st and 2nd places by Jamie from round 7 on-wards meant that he couldn't be caught. McGhee also raced at the Nationals finishing 47th.

Two wins and four 2nd places saw Alice Davies take the girls U16 title in what was one of the most unpredictable competitions this year. Six different riders won races through the series with the overall positions changing weekly. However, a good run of form from Davies in the last four races meant she wrapped up the overall prize and a very successful year for Sutton CC/C&N Cycles, in its 18th year.