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Road: Sadler wins at Bury Clarion Circuit Races

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Bury Clarion Circuit Races
Location: Salt Ayre Sports Centre, Lancaster
Event: 27 April 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Cumbria rider Jack Sadler took victory in the 2/3/4 race at Bury Clarion Circuit Races, staged at the Salt Ayre Sports Centre in Lancaster on Saturday.

The 18-year-old from Ulverston, who won a stage of the Junior Tour of Ireland last season, showed his promise as a senior rider when he took the win ahead of Cheshire 19-year-old Tom Bracegirdle (Biketreks) and Richard Bickley, the 30-year-old Border City Wheelers rider.

The supporting fourth category race was won by Bronte Wheelers’ Matthew Pearce, 38 and from Oakworth near Bradford, while Wigan 22-year-old Joshua Vincent was second and Andrew Butler (Lune RCC) third.

And fastest in the women’s event was Abergavenny RC’s Lauren Brown, who held off Biketreks duo Heather Bamford and Nicola Fox, second and third respectively.


Results:

2/3/4:
1 Jack Sadler (Vanilla Bikes)
2 Tom Bracegirdle (Biketreks)
3 Richard Bickley (Border City Wheelers)
4 Duncan McClaren (Stockport Clarion)
5 Mike Farwell (unattached)
6 Gary Spencely (unattached)
7 Jordan Rigby (Team Wallis CHH)
8 Andy Warren (Base2Race)
9 Martin Usher (Time RT)
10 David Allonby (Overplay.net)

4th Cat:
1 Matthew Pearce (Bronte Wheelers)
2 Joshua Vincent (unattached)
3 Andrew Butler (Lune RCC)
4 Andrew Hill (Warrington RC)
5 James Meadows (Liverpool Mercury CC)
6 Donald Bruce (Moray Firth CC)
7 Stephen Ayres (VC Bradford)
8 Chris Gambles (Horwich CC)
9 Martin Bretherton (unattached)
10 Matthew Lovelady (unattached)

Women:
1 Lauren Brown (Abergavenny RC)
2 Heather Bamford (Biketreks)
3 Nicola Fox (Biketreks)


Please credit www.britishcycling.org.uk and link back if you use any of our race results.


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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