Road: Brady takes second win in Ipswich

Road: Brady takes second win in Ipswich

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Location: Trinity Park, Ipswich
Event: 17 July 2013
Report: Ben Goddard/Snowdon Sports

Kieran Brady (City Cycle Centre) took his second win of the season in E/1/2/3/4 race at round six of the Suffolk Cycle Race Series in Ipswich.

Brady, aged 18, from Soham took his second win of the Suffolk series to add to his victory in round one, since then he has came close with a second and a fourth placing.

Coming home in second place was Graham Collins from Manningtree and in third place was Adam Keer (Ipswich BC).

In the women’s race off-road specialist Joanne Newstead from Ipswich took her first road win of the season ahead of teammate Tanya Griffiths in second and Sherilyn Powell from Chelmsford in third.

In the youth races there was wins for Mitch Powell (Team Terminator) in the under-16’s race and Adam Colbert (Ipswich BC) in the under-14’s race.


1 Kieran Brady (City Cycle Centre)
2 Graham Collins (Ipswich BC)
3 Adam Keer (Ipswich BC)
4 James Moore (Strada-Sport)
5 Daniel Zagni (Ipswich BC)
6 Paul Wright (Stowmarket & District CC)
7 Mark Weston (Stowmarket & District CC)
8 Chris Parker (Ipswich BC)
9 Kevin Curtis (Stowmarket & District CC)
10 Tom Yiangou (

1 Joanne Newstead (Ipswich BC)
2 Tanya Griffiths (Ipswich BC)
3 Sherilyn Powell (Chelmer CC)
4 Jennifer Smart (VC Norwhich)
5 Jayne Williams (unattached)
6 Kate Baker (unattached)
7 Melissa Chandler (unattached)
8 Jayne De Boltz (Ipswich BC)
9 Deborah Stewart (unattached)
10 Laura Batten (Ipswich BC)

1 Mitch Powell (Team Terminator)
2 Adam Looker (Colchester Rovers CC)
3 William Mapus-Smith (West Suffolk Whls)

1 Adam Colbert (Ipswich BC)
2 Troy Wigmar (Gipping RT)
3 Lister Romero (Plomesgate CC)

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