North West League leader Giles Drake (pictured) continued his dominance in the Lady of the Manor cross event at Sutton Manor Forestry Area in St Helens, taking his fourth consecutive victory in the series on Saturday.
The 27-year-old Wirral based rider took the win ahead of veteran Peter Middleton (Zepnat RT), a victory which was his fifth of the season in the North West League and strengthens his position at the top of the table.
1 Giles Drake (Team Elite)
2 Peter Middleton (Zepnat RT)
3 Neal Crampton (Crosstrax)
4 Adrian Lawrence (Team Bglobal)
5 Martin Woffindin (Cycle Sport Pendle)
6 Roy Davies (Team Elite)
7 Nick Shaughnessy (Dutch and Wolf)
8 Stuart Green (Oldham Century RC)
9 Alex McNichol (Velo Club Moulin)
10 Stef Chandler (Horwich CC)
Veterans: Peter Middleton. Under-23s: Martin Woffindin. Juniors: Chris Lawless (Maxgear RT). Women: Becky Preece (Red Rose Olympic).
1 Robert Rogers (Birkenhead North End CC)
2 Oliver Payton (Cycle Sport Pendle)
3 Matthew Walls (Velocity)
4 Jessica Wilkinson (Birkenhead North End CC)
5 Joseph Peatfield (Bolton Hot Wheels)
6 Archie Stewart (Mossley CRT)
Girls: Jessica Wilkinson.
1 Craig Rogers (Birkenhead North End CC)
2 Nathan Hawthorn (Cycle Sport Pendle)
3 Sol Kerfoot-Robson (Rhos on Sea CC)
Girls: Georgia Savory (Cycle Sport Pendle). Under-10s: Tyler Koch (Bolton Hotwheels), Under-8s: Sam Kendall (Liverpool Century RC).
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.