Location: Stover School, Stover, Newton Abbot, Devon
Event: 7 October 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports
At the front from the off, Dexter Hurlock (Certini) romped to a decisive victory in the fourth round of the South West League over a new course at Newton Abbott.
Coming into the winter season on the back of a successful mountain bike campaign, the 22-year-old rider from Saltash, Cornwall, was nearly two and a half minutes clear of veteran Tim Carpenter (Elitevelo) after nine laps of a damp two-kilometre course in the immaculate grounds of Stover School.
Charlie Meredith (Taw Velo) came through in the closing stages to win a close youth race, while the meeting began with a Go-Ride race which attracted a South West record of 48 youngsters, all new to the sport, after a concerted advertising campaign around local schools.
The next south west round takes place on Sunday 21st October at Holyrood Community School in Chard, Somerset.
1 Dexter Hurlock (Certini) 55-21
2 Tim Carpenter (Elitevelo) at 2-26
3 Jmes Bovey (Mid Devon CC) at 2-37
4 Matt Noble at 3-06
5 Vin Cox (Cyclo-cross.com) at 3-15
6 Stuart Pickering (One and All) at 3-19
7 Matt Loake (South Fork Racing) at 4-56
8 Matt Zietz (Pearson cycles) at 5-08
9 Nick Noble (Bristol RC) at 5-18
10 James Davey (North Devon CC) at 5-40
Fiona Verney (Exeter Wheelers)
1 Charlie Meredith (Taw Velo) 24-41
2 Will Kelly (Mid Devon CC) at 25 sec
3 Robert Hogg (1st Chard Wheelers) at 1-43
4 Harry Brichill (Mid Devon CC) at 2-36
5 Ryan White (1st Chard wheelers) at 2-53
6 Thomas Roome (Mid Devon CC) at 6-03
Megan James (Abergavenny RC)
Owain Roberts (Towy Riders)
Ellie Shaw (Maindy Flyers)
Josh Tarling (West Wales Cycle Racing)
Rosie Finucane (Towy Riders)
Daniel Wylie-Morris (Abergavenny RC)
Awen Roberts (Towy Riders)
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