ASTLEY and Tyldesley Cycling Club members celebrated their most successful season to date with their annual presentation and social event on Sunday afternoon.

The function room of the Miners' Welfare Club at Gin Pit was packed with 80 members, families and friends present to enjoy the occasion and celebrate the club's five league titles this season.

A&T won Northern League Divisions One, Two and Three, the Northern Junior League and the Manchester League Division Two.

There was also various club awards and other individual successes, which was the highlight of the afternoon.

A staggering 115 rider awards were handed out by former world champion Steve Harris, with the five special club awards rounding off the presentations.

Mark Grantham won the club's Most Improved Rider award, Tom Morrissey took the Rory Blackwell Cup for the Best Newcomer, Aiden Green received the North West Trophies Cup for Best Novice, John White won the J Fisher & Sons Young Rider of the Year Cup, with Emily Burgess a popular winner of the Alan Farrell Memorial Cup for Club Rider of the Year.

The A&T club have long valued the importance of its officials and volunteers and 23 volunteer awards were handed out, with Lee Phillips presented with the Ron Hack Memorial Cup for Club Volunteer of the Year.