Location: Darley Moor Sports Centre, Ashbourne
Event: 16 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Daniel Kelley (Zappi Pro Cycling) took victory in the 2/3/4 race at Darley Moor Circuit Races round three.
The 23-year-old from Derbyshire has had experience riding on the continent already this month and put his form to good use with his first win of the season.
Local lad Kelley finished ahead of Daniel Webb from Huddersfield in second and Benjamin Last (Clay Cross RT) came home third.
In the youth races there were wins for Alex Littlewood in under 16 boys, Sarah Lomas in the under 16 girls, Isabell Darvill in the under 14 girls and Thomas Wood in the under 14 boys.
Also there were wins for Alex Haines in the under 12 boys, Georgie Duggins in the under 10 girls, Holly Hoy in the under 8 girls and Charlie Coleston-Shields in the under 8 boys.
1 Daniel Kelley (Zappi Pro Cycling)
2 Daniel Webb (Team Cystic Fibrosis)
3 Benjamin Last (Clay Cross RT)
4 Andrew Sedgewick (Langsett Cycles)
5 Geoff Giddings (Zepnat RT)
6 Chris Nicoll (Derby Mercury)
7 Paul Allen (Dinnington RC)
8 Martin Dainty (Team Cystic Fibrosis)
9 Paul Kilpatrick (Mercia CC)
10 Carl Cavers (Team Ioptic)
Under 16 boys
1 Alex Littlewood (RVO Racing)
2 Josh Waters (Sherwood/SRAM)
3 George Baker (Kingcliffe Flyers)
Under 16 girls
1 Sarah Lomas (Scott Contessa)
Under 14 boys
1 Thomas Wood (Derby Tri)
2 Matthew Alton (Derby Mercury)
Under 14 girls
1 Isabell Darvill (Neward Castle)
2 Amy Sellbas (Lichfield CCC)
Under 12 boys
1 Alex Haines (Leicester RC)
2 Edward Woodward (Coventry RC)
3 William Duggins (Lichfield CCC)
Under 10 boys
1 Josh Giddings (Heanor Clarion)
2 Jack Brough (Heanor Clarion)
3 Alex Coleston-Shield (Lichfield CCC)
Under 10 girls
1 Georgie Duggins (Lichfield CCC)
Under 8 boys
1 Charlie Coleston-Shields (Lichfield CCC)
2 Tom Woolf (Matlock CC)
Under 8 girls
1 Holly Hoy (Matlock CC)
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