Road: Dunnett takes the win in Ipswich

Road: Dunnett takes the win in Ipswich

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Location: Ipswich, Suffolk
Event: 19 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Richard Dunnett from Occold near Eye took his second circuit race win of the year in E1234 race at round two of the Suffolk Cycle Race Series in Ipswich.

Dunnett, 24, has also enjoyed a successful season with a circuit race win at Ixworth Mayday Crits and two MTB wins.

James Jobber from Wivenhoe came home second ahead of Hugo Robinson (Ipswich BC) in third place.

In the women’s race it was home girl Abbie Thorrington from Ipswich who took the win ahead of Tanya Griffiths (Ipswich BC) in second and Beth Coley from Norwich in third.

In the go-race event it was 14-year-old Adam Looker (Colchester Rovers CC) who took the win ahead of Charles Broadway in second and Trevor Pillet from Sudbury in third.


Results:

E/1/2/3/4:
1 Richard Dunnett (unattached)
2 James Jobber (Neon-Velo)
3 Hugo Robinson (Ipswich BC)
4 Kieran Brady (City Cycle Centre)
5 Martin Barkes (unattached)
6 Andrew Sanders (Braintree Velo CRC)
7 Antony Birt (Ipswich BC)
8 Mark Longstaff (Colchester Rovers CC)
9 Philip Hetzel (Ipswich BC)
10 Graham Collins (Ipswich BC)

Women:
1 Abbie Thorrington (Team Pedal Power)
2 Tanya Griffiths (Ipswich BC)
3 Beth Coley (VC Norwich)
4 Joanne Newstead (Ipswich BC)
5 Sherilyn Powell (Chelmer CC)
6 Nicole Hobday (unattached)
7 Georgie Pymer (Ipswich BC)
8 Louise Marsden (VC Norwich)

Go-Race:
1 Adam Looker (Colchester Rovers CC)
2 Charles Broadway (Trog)
3 Trevor Pillet (unattached)
4 Andrew Steward (unattached)
5 Paul Smith (Stowmarket & District CC)
6 Robert Whiting (Ipswich BC)
7 Simon Fleming (Stowmarket &District CC)
8 Matt Bridges (Strada-Sport)
9 William Hughes (Ipswich BC)
10 Rob Walters (unattached)


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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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