Location: Invergordon, Highland
Event: 11 May 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Third two years ago, Inverness veteran Andy Cowie (Moray Firth CC) stepped up to relegate last year’s winner Norman Skene (Granite City RT) to second place in Ross-Shire Roads CC’s Angie MacDonald Memorial ‘25’ at Invergordon.
Cowie, 46, clocked 58-32 on a dry morning on the A9 course with a light tailwind on the finishing stretch to finish 40 seconds clear of Skene, with third placed John Grant (Moray Firth CC), 59-56, the only other rider to beat the hour.
1 Andy Cowie (Moray Firth CC) 58:32
2 Norman Skene (Granite City RT) 59:12
3 John Grant (Moray Firth CC) 59:56
4 Henry Blake (Ross-Shire Roads CC) 1:00:30
5 Brian Duncan (Granite City RT) 1:01:27
6 Steven Liddle (Ben Wyvis CC) 1:031
7 Roger Sewell (Ross-Shire Roads CC) 1:02:55
8 Neil Anderson (Deeside Thistle CC) 1:04:40
9 Chris Goddard (Moray Firth CC) 1:05:02
10 Peter Robertson (Forres CC) 1:05:09
Junior: Thomas Deas (Moray Firth CC) 1:05:19
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