Cross: King takes victory in Welsh League

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Location: Foxley Estate, near Hereford
Event: 28 October 2012
Report: Liz Slater/Snowdon Sports


Junior Adam King geared up for the European Championships in Ipswich next weekend with a comfortable win in the main race of the day at the Foxley Cross/Welsh League Round 6 near Hereford on Sunday.

The 16-year-old Cardiff JIF rider took the heavy and slippery conditions in his stride to gradually ease away from Jonathan Pugh (CycleTec) to reverse their positions at the previous round.

Team-mate Matthew Thompson was the best of the chasers with Ian Jeremiah (also Cardiff JIF) getting the better of fellow Veteran Mark James (Team Jewson) on this occasion.

The promoting club's Paula Moseley rode strongly to take victory in the Women's race.

Results:

Senior:
1 Adam King (Cardiff JIF) J
2 Jonathan Pugh (CycleTec) S
3 Matthew Thompson (Cardiff JIF) S
4 Andrew Baum (Cwmcarn Paragon) S
5 Joe Lally (CC Abergavenny) S
6 Ian Jeremiah (Cardiff JIF) V
7 Andrew Parry (Urban Cyclery) S
8 Mark James (Team Jewson/MI Racing) V
9 Phil Morris (Dambusters) S
10 Tim Davies (CC Abergavenny) V

Veteran: Ian Jeremiah
Junior: Adam King
Woman: Paula Moseley (Climb On Bikes)

Youth:
1 Harry Sowden (Clayton Cars)
2 Alister Williams (Abergavenny RC)
3 Teifion Best (Abergavenny RC)
4 Jacob Phelps (Maindy Flyers)
5 Harry Lock (Cardiff Ajax)

U16 Girl: Tanwen Jones (Towy Riders)
U14 Boy: Ioan Thomas (Towy Riders)
U14 Girl: Jessica Roberts (Towy Riders)
U12 Boy: Owain Roberts (Towy Riders)
U12 Girl: Emma Finucane (Towy Riders)
U10 Boy: Joshua Tarling (West Wales Cycle Racing)
U10 Girl: Isabelle Bennett (Cardiff JIF)
U8 Boy: Daniel Wylie-Morris (Abergavenny RC)
U8 Girl: Awen Roberts (Towy Riders)


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