Road: Morris and Snelson step up at Bowl

Road: Morris and Snelson step up at Bowl


Location: Milton Keynes Bowl, Buckinghamshire
Event: 27 April 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Enjoying a busy day of racing, Kieran Morris (Mid Shropshire Wheelers) and Ruben Snelson (Team Milton Keynes) went one better than their morning results at Stratford CC’s Victoria Park meeting.

The pair recorded respective under-12 and under-8 wins in the second round of Milton Keynes Youth Races at the National Bowl.

The largest field of the afternoon lined up for the Youth A under-16 boys race which saw victory go to Joe Fry (RST Racing Team) after 45 minutes of action.


Youth A Boys:
1 Joe Fry (RST Racing Team)
2 James Ellmall (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)
3 Tom Bicuneil (Pro Cycle Hire UK RT)

Youth A Girls:
1 Lucy Harper (Welwyn Wheelers)
2 Anna-Marie Hughes (Prestige VC)
3 Elizabeth Shirley (Team Milton Keynes)

Youth B Boys:
1 Charlie Page (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
2 Lais Rose-Davies (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
3 Charlie Cox (Lichfield City CC)

Youth B Girls:
1 Lauren Murphy (Team Milton Keynes)
2 Louise Surridge (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
3 Harriet Mellor (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)

Youth C Boys:
1 Kieran Morris (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)
2 Oliver Knight (Team Milton Keynes)
3 Owen Williams (Lee Valley Youth CC)

Youth C Girls:
1 Becky Surridge (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
2 Josie Griffin (Welwyn Wheelers)
3 Jemma Bowler (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)

Youth D Boys:
1 Joe Kiely (Welwyn Wheelers)
2 Joel Corbishley (Team Milton Keynes)
3 Matt Garner (Welland Valley CC)

Youth D Girls:
1 Isabella Escalera (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
2 Jenna Miles (Welwyn Wheelers)
3 Rosie Dunbar (Bedfordshire Road CC)

Youth E Boys:
1 Ruben Snelson (Team Milton Keynes)
2 Matthew Ranson (A5 Rangers CC)
3 Adam Lea (BC Private Member)

Youth E Girls:
1 Fay Garner (Welland Valley CC)
2 Isla Bohannon (Team Milton Keynes)
3 Elana-Rose Fereday (Team Milton Keynes)

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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.