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Date published: Wed, 22 May 2019 10:48:46 GMT
League 2000 Rd 9
Calm and warm conditions greeted the 89 riders for Round 9 of this years series. Little did we know that by the time the road races commenced we would have heavy rain. We did miss the thunder storm though.

The calm conditions for the TT lead to 21 PB's in the time trial the biggest being Seb Peacock's 11 second improvement. The fastest three were Connor Ali 69.3, Lewis Dolan 72.1 and Euan Sanderson 74.8. In the skills we had a thrre way tie at the top Ben Etherington,
Daniel Thompson, Kacey Eyeington all recording 38 seconds.

Then the rain started

The 5 lap RR went to Ben Etherington ahead of 2nd placed Thomas Godber and 3rd placed Euan Sanderson in a close sprint. A bit more clear cut in the 4 lap race with Owen Massey crossing the line as victor Aiden Colmer coming 2nd ahead of Millie Burgess. 3 Laps went to Lewis Maynard in another close sprint, Alex Marr and Ewan Whiting finishing 2nd and 3rd. 2 Laps was again Harvey Simpson'
Ethan S-Willis claiming 2nd and Claudia Davies 3rd.

The small lap event went to Luke Shipton who was well clear of Rebecca Walker and 3rd placed newcomer Naomi Green

Posted by Ram on Monday 10 September 2018 - 09:55:38 |
League 2000 Rd 8
Round 8 of this years League 2000 saw the smallest turn out for 2018 with only 79 riders. The weather was alot cooler than previous weeks and there was a bit of a wind. Only 12 riders did PB's in the time trial with Annie Kirton's 10 sec improvement being the biggest. The fastest 3 were Euan Sanderson 73.8, Ben White 74.7, Thomas Godber 78.7.

The skills test went the way of Joel Hurt with a time of 25 secs ahead of Daniel Thompson 28 secs and Kacey Eyeington 29 secs.

There were some tight finishes in the RR starting with the 5 lap which had Ben White edging out Euan Sanderson in 2nd with Ben Etherington 3rd. Owen Massey was the winner of the 4 lap event beating Matthew Downs to the line, Sam Dixon crossing 3rd. The closest finish of the night with only half a bike wheel separating the 1st 3 was in the 3 lap race. the order was William Rowan, Daniel Shipton and Charlie Ward

2 Laps went to Harvey Simpson who was clear of Ethan S-Willis in 2nd with Rebecca Mayes 3rd. The small laps race was also a clear victory for Leo Hall with Felix Levell finishing 2nd and Claudia Davies 3rd

Two thirds of the way through this seasons league we have had an average of 91.5 riders per night with a total of 732 different rides.

Couple of notes. Can parents please try and ensure their children ride in a straight line at all times and at the finish of the RR's don't make sudden turns as faster riders may be coming up behind, and hope Lewis Dolan is soon back on his bike following his high speed crash at Otley.

Posted by Ram on Monday 10 September 2018 - 09:54:41 |
League 2000 Rd 7 results
League 2000 Rd 7 results

Numbers were down for round 7 of the League 2000 only 89 turned up!! and this on the best night weather wise for a long time.

A difficult skills course led to some big times however the first three were Daniel Thompson 36 secs, Josh Jewitt 37 secs and Lewis Dolan 38 secs.

38 riders did PB's in the TT Darcy Tuers 19 secs being the biggest improvement. Top three were Connor Ali 66.8 secs, 2nd Lewis Dolan 68.9 secs and 3rd Ben White 72.2 secs

All the RR's were very close affairs. The 5 lap ended in a bunch sprint with Euan Sanderson edging ahead of Ben White in 2nd with Ben Etherington 3rd. Another very tight sprint in the 4 lap saw Adam Makepeace winning by a half wheel from 2nd placed Stacey Williams
Finlay Smith 3rd.
Elliott Holt led the charge for the 3 lap event winning ahead of Charlie Ward and William Rowan. 2 Lap victor was Harvey Simpson who was clear of Luke Boothby with Felix Levell crossing 3rd.

The biggest margin of victory was in the small laps race where Lara Marie Harland finished 1st with Megan Williams in 2nd and Leo Hall 3rd.

Posted by Ram on Monday 10 September 2018 - 09:53:25 |
League 2000 - Round Six 2018
League 2000 Rd 6 results

Halfway through the series saw another amazing turn out with 93 riders on a nice but windy evening. The wind didn't hamper 26 riders who did PB's the biggest improvement going to Robby Diro Ejara with a 20 second improvement. The fastest 3 on the night being Lewis Dolan 64.9
Euan Sanderson 71.9 and Connor Ali 73.8. Lewis' time a 3 sec improvement.

Skills stage saw Joel Hurt being the victor in 32 secs, followed by Lewis with 35 secs and Oliver Gatenby 35 secs.

Posted by Ram on Wednesday 20 June 2018 - 11:53:26 |
League 2000 - Round Five 2018
93 riders turned up for round 5 which is keeping this years average at 94 per night, heading towards record figures. Unfortunately the weather was back to its normal damp and cool state.

Only 13 riders did PB's including the nights fastest rider Lewis Dolan 68.2 ahead of Connor Ali 68.8 and Ben White 74.7, Alfie Browns 73 secs improvement being the biggest.

However Connor took the skills round his time being 33 secs with Daniel Thompson 1 second behind and joint 3rd Lewis Dolan and Oliver Gatenby a further 3 seconds in arrears.

The 5 lap event also went to Lewis Dolan who came through from the scratch beating fellow scratch man Connor Ali with Euan Sanderson 3rd.

4 Laps victor Huw Prust won the sprint from Fin Godber with U8 Lewis Anderson crossing 3rd. A tight sprint for the win in the 3 lap event saw Ewan Whiting just edging out Fraser A Morrison with Matthew Russell crossing 3rd. Another close fought race was in the 2 laps which Charlie Ward won ahead of Harvey Simpson and Daniel Shipton 2nd and 3rd.
The small laps race Felix Levell took the honours ahead of 2nd placed Luke Shipton and 3rd placed Jack Brown.

Next Round June 18th same night as England play their 1st world cup game

Please can I remind all parents that at the start of the series you signed a parents conduct sheet, this sheet states

• Encourage your child to learn the rules and play within them

• Discourage unfair play and arguing with officials

• Help your child to recognise good performance, not just results

• Never force your child to take part in sport

• Set a good example by recognising fair play and applauding the good performances of all

• Never punish or belittle a child for losing or making mistakes

• Publicly accept officials judgments

• Support your child's involvement and help them to enjoy their sport

• Use correct and proper language at all times

Posted by Ram on Wednesday 06 June 2018 - 10:36:28 |
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