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Thursday, 12 June 2014

Moreton Race 6, Eastwood 5 Brazil 3!


Jay Eastwood scored his fifth win at Moreton winning a scrappy sprint from Matt Hill (Primera-UK Biking) just as Brazil were kicking the World Cup off against Croatia. Eastwood, nursing a fractured wrist from a fall in the Shaftesbury Criterium at the weekend, still had enough confidence to bully his way to the front of the congested pack; however there was no victory salute, caution triumphs over ego once you are past 40! The sunlit pursuit brought the race together with 3 laps to go, Pete Bielby (Primera-UK Biking) and Matt Mildon (Mud, Sweat ‘n Gears) enjoyed a brief moment of freedom before being swept up; if you cannot sprint you have to find a way to win, just keep knocking on the door!! Steve Dring (Primera-UK Biking) always knocks on the last lap but has yet to get an answer. You would put your house on Eastwood winning the Moreton World Cup, you might risk a shilling on England winning the FIFA version but we live in hope!
1, JASON EASTWOOD (BANJO CYCLES)
2, MATT HILL (PRIMERA-UK BIKING)
3, VINCE AVERY (PURBECK PELOTON)
4, STEVE DRING (PRIMERA-UK BIKING)
5, JOSH HOOPER (PRIMERA-UK BIKING)
6, BARRY CLEWETT (VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS)
7, ROLAND TILLEY (RIDEBIKE.CO.UK)
8, GILES GREENING (MUD,SWEAT N’ GEARS)
9, BEN KEIGHTLEY (PRIMERA-UK BIKING)
10 GARETH COBB (POOLE WHEELERS)
LADIES
1, EVE JEFFERIES (POOLE WH)
2, BECKY RAYBOULD (POOLE WH)


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