Clerkenhill Cross/Welsh League Round 3
Location: Clerkenhill Farm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
Event: 30 September 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports
Cycletec rider Jonathan Pugh secured victory in the third round of the Welsh Cyclo-Cross League, staged by Pembrokeshire Velo at Clerkenhill Farm in Haverfordwest on Sunday.
Rain held off but riders had to battle into a strong wind across the lower part of the new and testing course.
Andrew Baum (Cwmcarn Paragon) led early on but was one of several to puncture and Pugh took to the front, holding on to a slender lead ahead of David Thomas (mtb-marathon.co.uk) with Baum closing back up to third.
Fifth-placed Mark James (Team Jewson was the best of the veterans, while Dan Colman (West Wales Cycle Racing) was best junior and Ruby Miller (Torq Performance) best of the women.
1. Jonathan Pugh (Cycletec) 11 laps in 53.28
2. David Thomas (mtb-marathon.co.uk) @ 17 secs
3. Andrew Baum (Cwmcarn Paragon) @ 41 secs
4. Joe Lally (CC Abergavenny)
5. Mark James (Team Jewson/MI Racing)
6. Lee Davies (unattached)
7. Grant Leavy (Cycle Coaching Wales)
8. Andrew Parry (Urban Cyclery)
9. Ken Evans (mtb-marathon.co.uk)
10. Graham Edwards (Abergavenny RC)
Veteran: Mark James
Junior: Dan Colman (West Wales Cycle Racing)
Woman: Ruby Miller (Torq Performance)
1. Nicholas Jones (TRCC)
2. Teifion Best (Abergavenny RC)
3. Jacob Phelps (Maindy Flyers)
4. Hefin Evans (Towy Riders)
5. Matthew Thorne (Towy Riders)
U16 Girl: Tanwen Jones (Towy Riders)
U14 Boy: Ioan Thomas (Towy Riders)
U14 Girl: Sophie-Jo Wylie-Morris (Abergavenny RC)
U12 Boy: Owain Roberts (Towy Riders)
U12 Girl: Eluned King (Towy Riders)
U10 Boy: Josh Tarling (West Wales Cycle Racing)
U10 Girl: Rosie Finucane (Towy Riders)
U8 Boy: Daniel Wylie-Morris (Abergavenny RC)
U8 Girl: Awen Roberts (Towy Riders)
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