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Thursday, 5 July 2012

Moreton Mid-Summer Championships: Eastwood Again!



Jason Eastwood (Primera/Specialized) won the Moreton Mid-Summer championship race with his third consecutive win in the series. The championship event, postponed from two weeks ago, was run off over a longer distance and carried cash prizes, in addition to the overall series points. The handicapper did his job but with the promise of a payday the scratch group were not hanging about. Despite some honest work by the slower groups, everyone was together after an hour of the 90 minute+1 lap race. After a couple of laps of watching each other, Mark Chadbourne (Ridebike.co.uk) had a dig followed by teammate Ro Tilley, a brief moment of freedom was soon snuffed out as the bunch closed it down. Gregg Shrosbree (VC RIOM) was next to go, and this move would stick, as Eastwood and Luke Gray (Baboco CT) quickly responded. Shrosbree has spent much of the season racing in France, he has had a torrid time of it with too many “chute’s” but the miles are in the legs and at this level it’s no problem. The last lap was “through n’ Off” with the bunch chasing forlornly. Both Gray and Shrosbree opened gaps but Eastwood was always alert and before the line was in sight victory was his.






1, JASON EASTWOOD (PRIMERA/SPECIALIZED)
2, LUKE GRAY (BABOCO CT)
3, GREGG SHROSBREE (VC RIOM)
4, ROLAND TILLEY (RIDEBIKE.CO.UK/THE TRAINING ROOM)
5, STEVE DRING (ECHELON-ROTOR)
6, BEN KEIGTHLEY (UNATT)
7, JORDAN WADE (VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS)
8, ROB KOPPENHOL (DORSET ROUGH RIDERS)
9, NICK BEST (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE)
10, DAVE PICKERING (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE)

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