Location: Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes
Event: 29 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
The Milton Keynes Youth Races returned for their fourth event on Saturday and in the under 16 boys race it was Lewis Stevens (Strada-Sport) who took first place. The quickest under 16 girl was Team Milton Keynes’ Elizabeth Shirley.
Tim Torrie (Chelmer CC) won the under 14s boy race with Amy Garner (Welland Valley CC) winning the girl race.
Team Milton Keynes filled all three places on the under 12 boys podium with Sam Skeggs at the top. Wolverhampton Wheeler Hollie Owens won the girl’s race.
In the under 10s it was Matt Garner (Welland Valley CC) and Abby Old (Hilligdon Slipstreamers) who took top spots and in the under eights it was Matthew Ransom (A5 Rangers) and Fay Garner (Welland Valley CC).
1 Lewis Stevens Strada-Sport
2 Tom Bicknell Pro Cycle Hire UK RT
3 Lewis Bulley Lee Valley Youth CC
Under 16 girls:
1 Elizabeth Shirley Team Milton Keynes
2 Chloe Ralph Solihull CC
3 Katie Clements Solihull CC
Under 14 boys:
1 Tim Torrie Chelmer CC
2 Georg Mew Jensen Lee Valley Youth CC
3 Harry Tadman Hillingdon Slipstreamers
Under 14 girls:
1 Amy Garner Welland Valley CC
Under 12 boys:
1 Sam Skeggs Team Milton Keynes
2 Skip Snelson Team Milton Keynes
3 Lewis Muncaster Team Milton Keynes
Under 12 girls:
1 Hollie Owens Wolverhampton Wheelers
2 Isabel Parker Team Milton Keynes
3 Aimee Zygo Team Milton Keynes
Under 10 boys:
1 Matt Garner Welland Valley CC
2 Joel Corbishley Team Milton Keynes
3 Alex Russell Team Milton Keynes
Under 10 girls:
1 Abby Old Hillingdon Slipstreamers
2 Molli Keenor Team Milton Keynes
3 Emily Moon Team Milton Keynes
Under 8 boys:
1 Mathew Ransom A5 Rangers
2 Joseph Hadsley Bedfordshire Road CC
3 Cerys Simmonds Stratford CC
Under 8 girls:
1 Fay Garner Welland Valley CC
2 Katie Webb Team Milton Keynes
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