Scunthorpe Poly Blyton Circuit Race 3
Location: Gainsborough, Lincolnshire
Event: 31 August 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Andy Hayton (Squadra RT) road to his first win of the season in round three of the Scunthorpe Poly Blyton circuit races at Gainsborough.
Hayton, aged 33 and from Scunthorpe, rode clear of the bunch and finished on his own five seconds clear of team-mate Alex Dalton.
Hayton completed the 25.6 mile circuit in 54 minutes 9 seconds, taking the bunch sprint for third place was Joseph White (Rasio Bikes).
In the youth races, time trial victory went to Charlie Renshaw (Dinnington) completing the 1.6 mile circuit in 3 minutes 33 seconds.
In the handicap race Euan Crehan (Dinnington) held off his rivals to finish over a minute clear of his nearest rival.
1 Andy Hayton Squadra RT 25.6miles In 54min 9sec
2 Alex Dalton Squadra RT 54 Min 14sec
3 Joseph White Rasio Bikes 54 Min 37sec
4 Mark Davies Team Cystic Fibrosis
5 David Brearley Scunthorpe Poly CC
6 James Baillie Langsett Cycles RT
7 Andrew Marsh Dinnington
8 Darrell Tattershall-Walker Tickhill Velo 55min 52sec
9 Marcus Nainby Scunthorpe Poly CC
10 Daniel Boultby Langdale Lightweights RT
11 Mark Robbins Scunthorpe Poly CC
12 Jonathan Hall Private Member
13 Andrew Fraser VC Lincoln
14 Thomas Jones Flex-Tech Ettridge Cycles RT
15 David Park Scunthorpe Poly CC
1 Charlie Renshaw Dinnington 1.6mile In 3min 33sec
2 Liam Hindmarsh Dinnington 3min 37sec
3 Ben Turner Dinnington 3min 45sec
4 Isabel Darvill Newark Castle 3min 59sec
5 Euan Crehan Dinnington 4min 23sec
6 Oliver Cole Nottingham Clarion CC 5min 31sec
7 Harvey Renshaw 5min 58sec
1 Euan Crehan Dinnington 10min 6sec
2 Oliver Cole Nottingham Clarion CC 11min 5sec
3 Charlie Renshaw Dinnington 12min 3sec
4 Liam Hindmarsh Dinnington
5 Ben Turner Dinnington
6 Isabel Darvill Newark Castle 12min 35 Sec
7 Harvey Renshaw 13min 17sec
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