Some people need to realise that if they want something published, they have to tell people about it!
A good friend of mine just got off the phone to me, we made a little bit of a fuss over Emily here on the aboc website (she's an aboc rider) and I passed on the news of her success and the others that I knew of at the time (two of the Dundas girls and Bridget Thomas) to Blackburn. The news got put up quickly on the Blackburn website, which is great. The club should be making a fuss over the achievements of its riders and it did. Good!
But aparently this started some sort of storm. If you're reading this and you have taken umbrage at the publishing of news about some riders on the Blackburn website but not others and along the way questioned the integrity of the people who put the news up that they receive, promptly and enthusiastically, then maybe, rather than getting stuck into club volunteers, you can send news to them yourself so it gets published. There's no bias at Blackburn towards aboc riders, I just took the time to send an email to the club to let them know what I knew and they published what they had, as they should.
They publish what they have, but they're not mind readers. The onus is on you if you want your kids made a fuss of. Tell the club yourself if you have news and support the club people who are giving their time and effort to the club and to help your kids. Show up at the next committee meeting and apologise to them, while you're at it. Many of us from aboc go and help at junior races, road races we're not competing in etc, some of us have no kids there racing but we help out because we're committed to helping the club and all its members.