Road: Faulkner wins Solihull CC Circuit Races

Road: Faulkner wins Solihull CC Circuit Races

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Location: Tudor Grange Park, Solihull
Event:25May 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


First year junior Sophie Faulkner (Solihull CC) took her third victory of the season at the second round of the Solihull CC Circuit Races in the women’s E/1/2/3/4 handicap race.

Faulkner also took victory in the opening round and in the Millbrook Classic for Women.

Eleanor Jones, the 30-year-old VC St Raphael rider from Bromsgrove, came home in second spot with Annasley Park (Abergavenny Road Club) taking third.

In the men’s 3/4 category race Ben Mountford, 20 and from Solihull, claimed his first victory of the year from Adam Tempest (Lichfield City CC) in second and Edward Silverton (Bicicelo) in third.

Results:

Women’s E/1/2/3/4 Handicap:
1 Sophie Faulkner (Solihull CC)
2 Eleanor Jones (VC St Raphael)
3 Annasley Park (Abergavenny Road Club)
4 Emma Birtles (Lichfield City CC)
5 Ellie Gilham (VC St Raphael)
6 Kelly Moore (MG-Maxifuel Pro Cycling)
7 Heather Bamforth (Stretford Wheelers)
8 Lauren Humphreys (Rugby Velo)
9 Verity Appleyard (Brotherton Cycles)
10 Victoria William (Royal Air Force CC)
11 Kimberley Creamer (Unattached)
12 Claire Rutherford (Team Wheelguru)
13 Julie Caddick (Brotherton Cycles)
14 Nina Whitbrook (Lichfield City CC)
15 Rebecca Keogh (Solihull CC)
16 Francesca Musgrave (Stratford CC)
17 Grace Lodge (Solihull CC)

Men’s 3/4 Race:
1 Ben Mountford (Unattached)
2 Adam Tempest (Lichfield City CC)
3 Edward Silverton (Bicicelo)
4 Preslav Dimitrov (Solihull CC)
5 Michael Murray (Team Echelon-Rotor)
6 Damien Shakespeare (Bolover and District CC)
7 Lee Ferreday (Clay Cross Road Team)
8 Marcus Willday (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)
9 Mark Wilkes (Birmingham CC)
10 Stuart Thompson (Hinckley Cycle Racing Club)


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