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Location: Tameside Cycle Circuit, Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester
Event: 18 August 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports


A regular winner on his home circuit, Oscar Wiliamson (Mossley CRT) chalked up another victory in the longest race of a packed Cycling Development North West programme on the Tameside Cycle Circuit, the 25-lap Youth A race.

The Ashton-under-Lyne 15-year-old finished ahead of 14-year-old Fabian Brennan (Salt Ayre Cog Set) to reverse the result of the earlier five-lap race.

Results:

Youth A
Race 1 (5 laps)
1 Fabian Brennan (Salt Ayre Cog Set)
2 Oscar Williamson (Mossley CRT)
3 John Didsbury (Salt Ayre Cog Set)

Race 2 (25 laps)
1 Oscar Williamson
2 Fabian Brennan
3 Joe Westwood (Red Rose Olympic)

Girls
Race 1 (4 laps)
1 Elizabeth Holden (RL360 Isle of Man)
2 Amy Gornall (Cycle Sport Pendle)

Race 2 (18 laps)
1 Elizabeth Holden
2 Amy Gornall

Youth B
Race 1 (4 laps)
1 Thomas Humphrey (Eastlands Velo)
2 Matthew Walls (Velocity)
3 Joseph Peatfield (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)

Race 2 (20 laps)
1 Matthew Walls
2 Thomas Humphrey
3 Joseph Peatfield

Girls
Race 1 (4 laps)
1 Rosa Martin (Ribble Valley Juniors)
2 Joely Side (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)

Race 2 (18 laps)
1 Rosa Martin
2 Joely Side

Youth C
Race 1 (3 laps)
1 Nathan Hawthorn (Eastlands Velo)
2 Alistair Leivers (BYCA)
3 Luke Cheetham (Eastlands Velo)

Race 2 (10 laps)
1 Nathan Hawthorn
2 Luke Cheetham
3 Euan Cameron (East Bradford CC)

Youth D
Race 1 (2 laps)
1 Matti Egglestone (Beacon Wheelers)
2 Tyler Koch (Bolton Hot Wheels CC)
3 Thomas Bates (Mossley CRT)

Race 2 (6 laps)
1 Matti Egglestone
2 Tyler Koch
3 Thomas Bayes

Youth E
Race 1 (2 laps)
1 James Higham (H Middleton CC)
2 Nathan Fortune (Kirklees CA)
3 Tilly Barlow (Cycle Sport Pendle)

Race 2 (6 laps)
1 James Higham
2 Nathan Fortune
3 James Donaldson (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.

British Cycling Lazer Helmets