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Date published: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 16:22:06 GMT
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Round 7 - 24/06/19
League 2000 Rd 7 results

A damp and misty night greeted the 76 riders who signed on for the 7th round of this years series, our 22nd year.

The conditions only allowed 11 PB's in the time trial round the biggest improvement going to India Maciver who reduced her time by 24 secs. The fastest three riders were Euan Sanderson 70 secs, Owen Newbury 75 secs and George Walker 76 secs.

A relative simple skills test (no see-saw) saw only 3 clear rounds including Daniel Thompson whose 32 secs saw him to victory. Lewis Anderson coming in 2nd with 38 secs ahead of Olly Diro Ejara's 42 secs.

The road races once again provided some very close finishes. The 5 lap race a repeat of last weeks result with scratch man Euan Sanderson beating Oliver Gatenby into 2nd. George Walker finishing in 3rd place. Jake Davidson was a clear winner in the 4 lap event but a close sprint for 2nd place which saw Islay Wilson just edging out Daniel Shipton. 3 laps was another close affair with William Horlock winning the sprint ahead of David Carter in 2nd and Matthew Russell 3rd.

Luke Shipton was victorious in the 2 lap race edging out newcomer Megan Flood 2nd and Claudia Davies 3rd in a close fought battle. In the small lap race Leo Lucas Barker was a clear victor beating Carys Kelly into 2nd place with India Maciver finishing 3rd.

Remember in the overall it is the best 10 results from the rounds which count.

NEXT ROUND JULY 8th.

Posted by Ram on Wednesday 26 June 2019 - 22:27:00 |
Round 6 - 17/06/19
League 2000 Round 6

A windy and showery start to round 6 of the League 2000 where 79 riders signed on. The weather calmed down during the first events which helped 32 riders to PB's including those who finished as the top 5; Euan Sanderson 70.0, Owen Newbury 72.0, Sam White 74.0
Isabel Mayes 77.0 and Josh Jewitt 77.0. However the biggest improvement on the night went to William Welch taking 40 secs of his previous best time.

A difficult skills test course saw only two clear rounds including that of the winner Daniel Thompson 31 secs, Oliver Gatenby 38 secs in 2nd place followed by Lewis Anderson 39 secs.

The road races saw some tight finishes including the 5 lap race which saw Euan Sanderson edging out Oliver Gatenby in a photo finish
Daniel Thompson finishing 3rd. 4 laps was a victory for the girls with Stacey Williams the victor ahead of Matthew Downs 2nd and Millie Burgess 3rd.

A close finish in the 3 lap race Matthew Russell taking the honours in a close sprint with Harrison Chambers 2nd and William Horlock 3rd. 2 laps went the way of Luke Shipton, Felix Levell and Esme Watson finishing close behind in 2nd and 3rd places. The biggest cheer of the night was for the small lap race which was a victory for Reuben Squire, Robby Diro Ejara fighting all the way to the line to finish 2nd with Louisa Palmer 3rd.


Half way through this years series sees 484 different rides an average of 81 per night. 112 different riders have taken part with 35 competing in every round. 68 personal bests have also been achieved in the time trial.

NEXT ROUND THIS COMING MONDAY 24TH[

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 18 June 2019 - 20:14:08 |
Round 5 - 10/06/19
League 2000 Round 5

81 riders for round 5 of the League 2000.

Sam White leading the way in the Time Trial round with a PB time of 74.6, but a dead heat for the 2nd place between Owen Newbury and Stephen Bailes, another PB, who both clocked a time of 76.5. 21 riders in total broke their records but Fearn Allport knocked 51 secs off her time for the biggest improvement of the week.

The skills course saw a win for Matthew Downs in 31 secs ahead of Kacey Eyeington 32 secs and Lewis Anderson 34 secs.

The road races were are closely fought affairs. The 5 lap race saw Oliver Gatenby edging out scratch man Owen Newbury to take the win with Isabel Mayes 3rd. 4 Laps went to Lewis Maynard with Daniel Shipton and Aiden Colmer 2nd and 3rd. 3 Laps was a victory for Matthew Russell ahead of Harrison Chambers in 2nd with Ewan Whiting 3rd.

A win for the girls in the 2 lap event with Florence Levell taking the honours, Luke Shipton finishing 2nd and Charlie Brooks 3rd. The small laps race was another victory for the girls Naomi Green taking 1st place this time. George Davies crossing the line 2nd and Ralph Poole 3rd.

ROUND 6 IS ON THIS MONDAY 17th JUNE

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 11 June 2019 - 22:27:00 |
Round 4 - 20/05/19
League 2000 Round 4

83 riders for round 4 of this years series. A short shower of rain met the riders as they were warming up, but the weather improved for the remainder of the night. Some technical difficulties for the organisers on the night which led to the RRs starting a wee bit later than normal. 19 PB's in the time trial with Elise Hatfield's 47 second improvement being the biggest. The fastest 3 were Owen Newbury 75.7,
Stephen Bailes 77.2 (5 sec PB) and Oliver Gatenby 79.2. The skills saw Kacey Eyeington continuing at the top with a clear round taking 28 secs, closely followed by Daniel Thompson 29 secs and Daisy Freer 33 secs.

The 5 lap RR was a win for Oliver Gatenby with Daisy Freer crossing 2nd and Kacey Eyeington 3rd, the groups coming together quite early in the race. 4 Laps went to Matthew Downs who was clear of Jake Davidson in 2nd with Millie Burgess a close 3rd.

Matthew Russell was victorious in the 3 laps event Angus Walker crossing the finishing line 2nd and Ethan S-Willis 3rd. 2 laps was a victory for the girls with Matilda Robertson fishing 1st, Felix Levell and Thomas Anderson crossing 2nd and 3rd.
The small laps event saw a clear victory for Elise Hatfield ahead of newcomer Bella Pearson with Luke Shipton 3rd.

The next round will take place on JUNE 10th

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 21 May 2019 - 22:27:00 |
Round 3 - 13/05/19
League 2000 Round 3

A beautiful warm summer's evening greeted the 86 riders for round 3 of this years series. The weather led to 53 PB's with Ben Green producing the biggest improvement of 38 Secs. The top 3 also were among the PB's with Owen Newbury 73.1 the fastest followed by
Sam White 76.9 and Cillian Lewis 77.1. Even a swarm of bees failed to stop the fast times.

The skills test went the way of Kacey Eyeington 23 secs with Oliver Gatenby 2nd 26 secs and Daniel Thompson 28 secs 3rd.
The RR's were again fiercely contested the 5 lap event seeing Oliver Gatenby beating the girls Kacey Eyeington crossing 2nd ahead of
Isabel Mayes in 3rd. Hugh Hall Craggs took the honours in the 4 lap race, Jake Davidson finishing 2nd with Daniel Shipton 3rd.


3 laps Ewan Whiting winning the sprint for the line Harvey Simpson edging out William Horlock for 2nd. 2 Laps was closely fought Charlie Brooks being victorious ahead of Matilda Robertson 2nd and Felix Levell 3rd. The small lap event went the way of Reuben Squire with a clear victory ahead of newcomer Elise Hatfield 2nd and Luke Shipton 3rd.

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 14 May 2019 - 22:27:00 |
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