Road: One-Two For Scotland At Curborough


Location: Curborough Sprint Course, Lichfield
Event: 2 June 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Scottish visitors Zak Loney (Ythan CC), from Peterhead in Aberdeenshire, and Fraser Martin (Perth United CC) scored a one-two in the Youth A Under-16 race at the third round of ZipVit Lichfield City CC age-group races at Curborough.

RVO Racing’s Alex Littlewood came out on top in the Youth B race, while in the Youth C category Ben Breakwell (Solihull CC) won the scratch race and his team-mate Luke Chappelow won the handicap.

Stratford CC rider Nicholas Evans won the scratch race in the Youth D category, while Edward Woodward (Coventry RC) was best in the handicap race.

Finally, Brooks Cycles’ rider James Bullar won both the scratch and handicap races in the Youth E class.


Youth A
1 Zak Loney (Ythan CC)
2 Fraser Martin (Perth United CC)
3 William Perrett (Heanor Clarion CC)
4 Cameron Woolsey (CC Ashwell)
5 Luke Selibas (Lichfield city CC)
6 Rob Harper (Aire Valley RT)
Girls: Emma Price (Derby Mercury RC)

Youth B
1 Alex Littlewood (RVO Racing)
2 Louis Killworth (Welland Valley CC)
3 Ross McDonald (WWCC)
Girls: Georgia Hilleard (Wolverhampton Wheelers)

Youth C
Scratch race
1 Ben Breakwell (Solihull CC)
2 Toby Barnes (Lichfield City CC)
3 James Getty (Lichfield City CC)
Girls: Gabriella Homer (Halesowen A&CC)

Handicap race
1 Luke Chappelow (Solihull CC)
2 William Manfield (Wolverhampton Wheelers)
3 Luke Tranter (Solihull CC)
Girls: Ellie Russell (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)

Youth D
Scratch race
1 Nicholas Evans (Stratford CC)
2 Edward Woodward (Coventry RC)
3 Daniel Barnes (Lichfield City CC)

Handicap race
1 Edward Woodward
2 Nicholas Evans
3 Daniel Barnes

Youth E
Scratch race
1 James Bullar (Brooks Cycles)
2 Otto Chilton (Derby Mercury RC)
3 Daniel Evans (Stratford CC)

Handicap race
1 James Bullar
2 Otto Chilton
3 Stephen Wildman (Nottingham Clarion CC)

British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.