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Track: Presentation night in Scunthorpe

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Location: Quibell Park, Scunthorpe
Event: 28 September 2012
Report: Steve Parsons/Snowdon Sports


The final night of racing at the Universal Cycle Centre Track League at Quibell Park in Scunthorpe fell victim to the rain, just as many rounds of the popular league have done so this season.

Riders had just about finished getting warmed up for the night’s racing when the heavens opened five minutes before the first race was due to start, forcing organisers to cancel the programme.

However, there was still something to smile about with the League presentations being made, with League sponsor Dave Marsh of Universal Cycle Centre present to do the honours.

Final overall results:

Senior A
1st Anthony Nash Scunthorpe Poly CC
2nd David Brearley Cottingham Coureurs
3rd Callum Rogers Scunthorpe Poly CC

Senior B
1st Joshua Dunham Team Swift
2nd Brendan Atkinson Thurcroft CC
3rd Simon Beedham Lincsquad

Women
1st Jodie Brumhead Cottingham Cours

Youth A/B
1st Max Williamson Lincsquad
2nd Harry White Dinnington CC
3rd Reece Wood Aire Valley RC
4th Robbie Sturdy Lincsquad
5th Tom Yeats Lincsquad
6th Will Walsh Lincsquad
7th Jacob Feetham Wakefield Tri Club
8th Jake Beach Aire Valley RC
9th Reece Egner Witham Wheelers
10th Stephen Jones Featherstone RC

Youth C/D
1st Max Poole Lincsquad
2nd Euan Crehan Dinnington
3rd Lewis Nutt Dinnington

Youth Girls
1st Louise Beedham Lincsquad
2nd Lois Crehan Dinnington
3rd Anna Docherty Clifton CC

Blyton League Seniors
1st Callum Rogers Scunthorpe Poly CC
2nd Mark Cotton Private Member
3rd Andrew Marsh Dinnington

Blyton League Youth
1st Max Poole Lincsquad
2nd Max Williamson Lincsquad
3rd Jack King Langdale Lightweights

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British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.