Surrey League Handicap Series Round 6
Location: Winn Memorial Hall, Dunsfold, Surrey
Event: 30 May 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Hampshire racer Kieran Ali secured victory in round six of the Surrey League Handicap Series at Dunsfold on Thursday.
The 21-year-old from Hook, who also won the 3/4 cat race at opening round of the Eelmore Series back in April, showed a clean pair of heels once again with Jack Noy, the Cycleworks.co.uk rider who won the fourth category race at Dunsfold recently, finishing second.
Noy, who has also finished in the top ten at the Eelmore Series 3/4 Cat race recently, held off Graham Austin (East Street Cycles), the 25-year-old fourth category rider from Farnham, who took third spot.
1 Kieran Ali VC Meudon 3
2 Jack Noy Cycleworks.co.uk 3
3 Graham Austin East Street Cycles 4
4 Matt Holland Private Member 3
5 Russell Childs Racing Team 316 3V
6 Paul Banner Kingston Wheelers 3V
7 Brian Hennessey Redhill Cycling Club 3V
8 Howard Wagstaff Cranleigh CC 4
9 Richard Read Kingston Wheelers 3V
10 Keith Griffin Kingston Wheelers 3V
11 Mark Bashford East Grinstead CC 4
12 Mike Smith Cycleworks 3
13 Stephen Broomfield Addiscombe CC 2V
14 Nick Kirke Cycleworks.co.uk 3
15 David Kennett Norwood Paragon CC 3V
16 Roki Read VC Meudon 3V
17 Leigh Roy MacFarlane Cycleworks.co.uk 3
18 Chris Fletcher Team Axiom 2
19 Stuart Bettis Southdowns Bikes 2
20 Austyn Tusler Norwood Paragon CC 2V
21 Maurice Brennan Redhill Cycling Club 2
22 John Hyde VC St Raphael 2V
23 Brook Elgie Peter Hansford Racing 2
24 Shane Pope Bayeux Cycling Team 3
25 Peter Allan Private Member 2
26 Chris Wood VC Meudon 1
27 Ian Leeding Norwood Paragon CC 2V
28 Andy Lack Kingston Wheelers 2V
29 Will Davidson VC Meudon 3J
DNF Paul Barnard Southdowns Bikes 3
DNF Gareth Dickinson Farnborough & Camberley 2
DNF Peter Hitt VC Meudon 2
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