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Cycle Speedway: Kesgrave set the pace in Norwich

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British Youth & Junior League Regional Round 1 – South East
Location: Hethersett, Norwich
Event: 6 April 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Kesgrave were top team in the opening South East regional round of the Wosskow Brown British Youth & Junior League at the Hethersett track in Norwich.

Under-8 and under-10 winners, Oliver Reynolds and Lewis Brinkhoff led strong showing by the Suffolk club in the youngest age groups towards their overall points total of 215 with Ipswich (184) in second place aheaf of Hethersett, Norwich and Colchester. A total of 59 riders were in action.


Results:

Grand Prix A Finals

Under-8: 1 Oliver Reynolds (Kesgrave), 2 Daisy Steward (Kesgrave), 3 Leo Vincent (Kesgrave), 4 Aimee Porter (Kesgrave).
Under-10: 1 Lewis Brinkhoff (Kesgrave), 2 Oliver Wright (Kesgrave), 3 Jake Vincent (Kesgrave), 4 Ben Clarke (Ipswich).
Under-12: 1 Jack Chaplin (Ipswich), 2 Jay Berry (Kesgrave), 3 Tyler Brinkhoff (Kesgrave), 4 Troy Brumpton (Ipswich).
Under-14: 1 Ben Harvey (Ipswich), 2 Alex Harvey (Ipswich), 3 Reece Johnson (Ipswich), 4 Cormac Repman (Kesgrave).
Under-16: 1 Richard Fellgett (Ipswich), 2 Danny Margitson (Norwich), 3 Dan Knights (Ipswich), 4 Oliver Riley (Hethersett).
Girls 12-17: 1 Danielle Riley (Hethersett), 2 Lisa Bowen (Ipswich), 3 Bekky Gifkins (Kesgrave).

South-East Grand Prix Series Round 1

A Final Results
Senior: 1 Leon Mower (Ipswich), 2 Ashley Hill (Ipswich), 3 Charlie Rumbold (Ipswich), 4 Jason Barker (Norwich).
Veterans: 1 Dave Chambers (Hethersett), 2 Mel Perkins (Hethersett), 3 Phil Clarke (Ipswich), 4 Ian Johnson (Ipswich).
Girls Under-8 to 17: 1 Danielle Riley, 2 Lisa Bowen, 3 Bekky Gifkins.


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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.

 

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