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Road: Another win for Matt Gibson in Blackpool

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Cycling Development North West Youth League
Location: Blackpool, Lancashire
Event: 14 April 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports


Matt Gibson (Warrington RC) added another 50 points to his league tally with another win in Blackpool this week.

The Lymm rider picked up two wins in the opening event in Southport last week and he won the first of two Youth A races on Saturday.

In the second race, Beacon Wheelers’ Sam Ross was home first - a good result which built on the seventh place he secured in the first race.

In the youth B races, Tomos Owens of Brooks Cycles dominated winning both races to follow up the two second place finishes from Southport.

Ellie Dickinson (Beacon Wheelers) rode to victory in both of the under 14 girls races with team mate Henrietta Colborne finishing runner up twice.

Alistair Leivers of BYCA led the same one, two, three in both of the races in the Youth C category with Nathan Hawthorn (Cycle Sport Pendle) and Luke Cheetham (Eastlands Velo) completing the podium.

In the Youth D, it was Matthew Egglestone of Beacon Wheelers winning both races. Nathan Fortune of Kirklees Cycling Academy achieved the same feat in Youth E.

Results:

Youth A race 1:
1 Matt Gibson (Warrington RC)
2 Stuart Balfour (ERC MCRT)
3 Sean Wood (Edinburgh RC/Martin Currie RT)
4 Thomas Rotherham (Sportcity Velo)
5 Hamish Carrick (ERC MCRT)
6 Ellis Kirkbride (Border City Wheelers)

Youth A race 2:
1 Sam Ross (Beacon Wheelers)
2 Hamish Carrick (ERC MCRT)
3 Sean Wood (Edinburgh RC/Martin Currie RT)
4 Stuart Balfour (ERC MCRT)
5 Fabian Brennan (Salt Ayre Cog Set)
6 Joe Mann (Derwentside CC)

Youth B boys race 1:
1 Tomos Owens (Brooks Cycles)
2 Thomas Humphrey (Eastlands Velo)
3 Adam Hartley (Velocity RT)
4 Jonathan Wong (Salt Ayre Cog Set)
5 Joseph Armstrong (Border City Wheelers)
6 Jamie Helsby (Eastlands Velo)
Youth B boys race 2
1 Tomos Owens (Brooks Cycles)
2 Brad Dransfield North Midlands Youth Squad)
3 Adam Hartley (Velocity RT)
4 Reece Player (Mossley CRT)
5 Jamie Helsby (Eastlands Velo)
6 Thomas Mein (MTS Cyclesport/Inkland/Elvet)

Youth B girls race 1:
1 Ellie Dickinson (Beacon Wheelers)
2 Henrietta Colborne (Beacon Wheelers)
3 Rosa Martin (BYCA)
4 Lulu Bartlett (Edinburgh RC)
5 Joely Side (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)

Youth B girls race 1:
1 Ellie Dickinson (Beacon Wheelers)
2 Henrietta Colborne (Beacon Wheelers)
3 Lulu Bartlett (Edinburgh RC)
4 Rosa Martin (BYCA)
5 Joely Side (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)

Youth C race 1:
1 Alistair Leivers (BYCA)
2 Nathan Hawthorn (Cycle Sports Pendle)
3 Luke Cheetham (Eastlands Velo)
4 Sean Flynn (Edinburgh RC/Martin Currie RT)
5 Samuel Rathbone (Eastlands Velo)
6 Corinne Side (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)

Youth C race 2:
1 Alistair Leivers (BYCA)
2 Nathan Hawthorn (Cycle Sports Pendle)
3 Luke Cheetham (Eastlands Velo)
4 Sean Flynn (Edinburgh RC/Martin Currie RT)
5 Corinne Side (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)
6 Dexter Sparrow (BYCA)

Youth D race 1:
1 Matthew Egglestone (Beacon Wheelers)
2 Tyler Koch (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)
3 Thomas Bates (Mossley CRT)
4 Benjamin Peatfield (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)
5 Henry Hollyman (KCA)
6 Addam Hathaway (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)

Youth D race 2:
1 Matthew Egglestone (Beacon Wheelers)
2 Tyler Koch (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)
3 Addam Hathaway (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)
4 Benjamin Peatfield (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)
5 Adam Fortune (Kirklees Cycling Academy)
6 Thomas Bates (Mossley CRT)

Youth E race 1:
1 Nathan Fortune (Kirklees Cycling Academy)
2 James Higham (H Middleton CC)
3 Sam Kendall (Liverpool Century)
4 Tilley Barlow (Cycle Sport Pendle)
5 Andrew Clarke (Port Sunlight Wheelers)
6 Charles Owen Davies (Border City Wheelers)

Youth E race 2:
1 Nathan Fortune (Kirklees Cycling Academy)
2 Andrew Clarke (Port Sunlight Wheelers)
3 James Higham (H Middleton CC)
4 Sam Kendall (Liverpool Century)
5 Megan Harrop (Mossley CRT)


British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.

 

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