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Cross: Loake gets off the mark in Redruth

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Velocake Cross/South West Cyclo-Cross League Round 6
Location: Redruth, Cornwall
Event: 27 October 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Securing his first victory of the current series, Matt Loake (Southfork Racing) pulled clear from a leading trio over the closing two laps of a soggy Redruth School course to win VC Velocake’s sixth round of the South West League.

The Newquay 34-year-old came home ahead of veterans winner Tim Carpenter (3 Sixty Performance RT) and Matt Noble (Plymouth CX) and roadman Chris Opie (Team UK Youth), making a rare cyclo-cross appearance, after a closely-fought race in warm but windy conditions on a circuit including grassland, tarmac, banking and a flight of steps.


Results:

Seniors
1 Matt Loake (Southfork Racing)
2 Matt Noble (Plymouth CX)
3 Chris Opie (Team UK Youth)
4 Roy Wyle Smith (3 Sixty Performance RT)
5 Steve Holmes (Plymouth CX)
6 John Hollier (Team Tor 2000)
7 Paul Sole (Kernow Riders)

 

Veterans
1 Tim Carpenter (3 Sixty Performance RT)
2 James Bovey (Mid Devon CC)
3 Andrew Parker (Mid Devon CC)

Juniors
1 Charlie McFadzean (CS Dynamo)

Women
1 Angela Pike (Plymouth CX)
2 Mary McFadzean (CS Dynamo)
3 Alison Hooper (Mid Devon CC)

Youth
1 Joe Barker (Southfork Racing)
2 Ryan Dunn (CS Dynamo)
3 Kieran Thakus (BC Private Member)
Under-14: Max Hinds (1st Chard Wheelers)
Girl: Tyde D’Souza (Carrick Riders)

Under-12
1 Toby Peters (One and All Racing)
2 Evan Richards (1st Chard Wheelers)
3 Trish Davies (One and All Racing)

Under-10
1 Harry Howells (CS South Hams)
2 Sol Drury (Mid Devon CC)
3 Abi Wherry (One and all Racing)

Under-8
1 Abby Martin (One and All Racing)
2 Lewis Garnsworthy (BC Private Member)
3 Hayley Wyle Smith (Elite Velo)


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