Road: Limacher squeezes home in Rhyl

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Location: Marsh Tracks, Rhyl, North Wales
Event: 01 August 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports


Scoring his second win of the series, Matt Limacher (Champion System/Maxgear) edged out junior Gerallt Allen (Rhyl CC) and David Williams (Fibrax Wrexham RC) for victory in the feature race of VC Melyd’s meeting at Marsh Tracks.

Chris Williams of VC Melyd was first home in the Go-Race as he held off the challenge of David Woodley of Fibrax Wrexham RC.

James Ellmore (VC Melyd) and Owen Line (Stourbridge Velo) won the Youth A and B races respectively and in the Youth C race, it was Sol Kerfoot-Robson (Rhos On Sea CC) who raced to first place.

Luca Bennett (BC Private Member) won the Youth D category contest and Andrew Clarke (Port Sunlight Wheelers) won the Youth E.

Result:

E/1/2/3/4:
1 Matt Limacher (Champion System/Maxgear) 53-28
2 Gerallt Allen (Rhyl CC) same time
3 David Williams (Fibrax Wrexham RC) at 1 sec
4 Matt Ryan (Rhos On Sea CC) at 4 sec
5 David Woodley (Fibrax Wrexham RC) at 12 sec
6 Steve Cartwright (Deeside Olympic CC) at 1-49
7 Dylan Kerfoot-Robson (Rhos On Sea CC) at 1-50
8 David Kent (St Helens CRC) at 1-51
9 Narren Jones (Team Shinybikes) same time
10 Jon Clarke (Rhos On Sea CC) at 1-56
Go-Race:
1 Chris Williams (VC Melyd)
2 David Woodley (Fibrax Wrexham RC)
3 Marc Colclough (Rhos On Sea CC)
4 Jonathan Harland (Rhyl CC)
5 Rebecca Jones (BC Private Member)
6 Barry Davies (Clwb Beicio Dwyfor CC)
Youth A:
1 James Ellmore (Mid Shropshire Wheelers0
2 Tomos Harding (BC Private Member)
3 James Faulkner (Deeside Olympic CC)
Youth B:
1 Owen Line (Stourbridge Velo)
2 Joe Barnwell (BC Private Member)
3 Morgan Hughes (Rhyl CC)
Youth C:
1 Sol Kerfoot-Robson (Rhos On Sea CC)
2 Alfie George (Discovery Junior CC)
3 Nicole Clarke (Port Sunlight Wheelers)
Youth D:
1 Luca Bennett (BC Private Member)
2 Bryn Woodall (BC Private Member)
Youth E:
1 Andrew Clarke (Port Sunlight Wheelers)
2 Seren Woodall (BC Private Member)


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.