Road: Yates takes victory in Chertsey

Road: Yates takes victory in Chertsey

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Location: Chertsey, Surrey
Event: 11 July 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Conall Yates (In Gear-Quickvit RT) claimed his second win of the season when he sprinted to victory from an eleven man breakaway in round 12 of the Surrey Handicap Series.

Yates, aged 32 and from East Sussex, continued his good form after he also won round 11 of the series last week.

Coming home in second was 19-year-old Albert Ellison from Farnham and taking third was Rory Townsend (Pedal Heaven RT)

Taking the best forth cat was Pat Wright, top third cat was Leszek Wuziak, best second cat was Albert Ellison, top junior was Rory Townsend and best veteran was Stephen Broomfield.

Result

1 Conall Yates In Gear Quickvit Trainsharp 01:11:05

2 Albert Ellison VC Meudon

3 Rory Townsend Pedal Heaven RT

4 Stephen Broomfield Addiscombe CC

5 Leszek Wuziak Twickenham CC

6 Elliott Porter Rapha Condor

7 Dave Larkin Charlotteville CC

8 Mike Lancaster VC Meudon

9 Damien Breen Kingston Wheelers

10 Keith Lea Addiscombe CC

11 Brian Hennessey Redhill Cycling Club

12 Shane Pope Bayeux Cycling Team @ 0:30

13 Sean McAuliffe Redhill Cycling Club

14 Gavin Morton VC Meudon

15 Graham Austin East Street Cycles

16 William Jones Private Member

17 Unable to identify number

18 Pat Wright Kingston Wheelers

19 Andrew Gibson Kingston Wheelers

20 Chris Yates East Grinstead CC

21 Darren Millington Charlotteville CC

22 Christian Bennyworth Wyndymilla

23 Phil Mosley Thames Velo

24 Andy Lack Kingston Wheelers

1st 4th Pat Wright Kingston Wheelers

1st 3rd Leszek Wuziak Twickenham CC

1st 2nd Albert Ellison VC Meudon

1st J Rory Townend Pedal Heaven RT

1st Vet Stephen Broomfield Addiscombe CC


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