Cross: May in clear Loch Lomond win

Cross: May in clear Loch Lomond win

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Location: Loch Lomond Shores, Ballach
Event: 27 October 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Scoring his first victory of the winter season, Colin May (VC Edinburgh) emerged a clear winner of Glasgow United CC’s Loch Lomond promotion at Ballach.

The Edinburgh 40-year-old finished 56 seconds clear of nearest rival James Fraser-Moodie (Pedal Poer RT) after more than an hour of racing with a further 51 seconds to Simon Kirkness in third place.

The day’s other winners were Harry Johnston (Team Thomsons Cyles), half a minute clear in the race for juniors, veterans and women, and Joe Nally (Hardie Bikes) who dominated the rest of the youth field.


1 Colin May (VC Edinburgh) 1-04-48
2 James Fraser-Moodie (Pedal Power RT) at 56 sec
3 Simon Kirkness at 1-47
4 Sean Clark at 2-03
5 Paul McInally (Rock and Road Cycles) at 2-42
6 Tom Owens at 3-11
7 Stephen Couper (Glasgow United CC) at 3-41
8 Roger Campbell-Crawford (Team Thomsons Cycles) at 4-08
9 Paul Carmichael (Peebles CC) at 4-53
10 Iain Dunlop at 5-31

1 Harry Johnston (Team Thomsons Cycles) 47-25
2 Gary Macrae (Team Leslie Bike Shop) at 30 sec
3 Stephen Jackson (Glasgow United CC) at 45 sec
4 Franco Porco (Team Leslie Bike Shop) at 53 sec
5 Jamie Mason (West Lothian Clarion CC) at 57 sec
6 Conor Nally (Hardie Bikes) at 1-03
7 James Melville (Glasgow United CC) at 1-11
8 Rory Mellis (Ronde-Bicycle Outfitters) at 1-20
9 Colin Bain (East Kilbride CC) at 1-36
10 Iain Nimmo at 2-24

Women: Brenda Callander (Stirling BC)

1 Joe Nally (Hardie Bikes) 33-03
2 Calum Shackley (Glasgow Riderz) at 51 sec
3 Innes Johnston (Glasgow Riderz) at 1-15
4 Lewis Stewart (Glasgow Riderz) at 2-04
5 Andrew Merry (Discovery Junior CC) at 3-11
6 Charlie Johnston (Glasgow Riderz) at 3-19

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