O’Shea beats big names to claim title

Braden O’Shea (right) managed to hold off a number of cyclists, including SASI teammate Cooper Sayers (left) to win the Tour of the Riverland Handicap race on Saturday. PHOTO: Grant Schwartzkopff Braden O’Shea (right) managed to hold off a number of cyclists, including SASI teammate Cooper Sayers (left) to win the Tour of the Riverland Handicap race on Saturday. PHOTO: Grant Schwartzkopff

THE 43rd annual Tour of the Riverland cycling race was held over the weekend, with Braden O’Shea of the Central Districts Cycling Club and South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) taking victory in the prestigious handicap race

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Joe Schwab completed a Bachelor of Journalism at the University of South Australia in 2016. He worked as a freelance journalist before becoming the Murray Pioneer's sports editor. He grew up in Meadows in the Adelaide Hills before moving to Renmark at the start of 2017 for his career. Joe is a passionate fan of all sports across the world, in particular, cricket and Australian Rules Football.

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