DAVE MAZUCCHI PHOTO / AYSHA BOYNE PHOTO Left photo, Mark Hutchison and Annie Danko with the Mount Cain Cup. Right photo, Greg Muirhead on the course.

Mount Cain Cup 2018 results

All three Cain Cup winners were from Port Hardy this year.

North Island residents dominated the Mount Cain Cup on Feb. 27, claiming the top three spots in the men’s division.

All three winners were from Port Hardy, and the three were separated by a mere 4 tenths of a second after two combined times.

Mark Hutchinson was first overall and the 2018 King of the Cain Cup. Christian Tutors was second and Chris Lindsay was third.

The Queen of the Cain Cup this year, for the third time in a row, was Annie Danko. For more information on Mount Cain and the upcoming events please visit www.mountcain.com.

– Gazette staff

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