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South District Open Time Trials 2019

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Perfs Pedal, 10th February 2019

Saturday, 30 July 2016

New Forest CC Club 10,26/07/16, Report/Results


Divisional leaders strengthen their positions in round 9
Andrew Hanley writes......

New Forest CC held round 9 of the 12 round “10” series on the consistently quick P128 course. The course loops round Cadnam, Ower and Copythorne and has provided opportunities for riders to record fast times, and 34 riders took to the start line to seize the opportunity. Ben Boardman’s lead in division one looks unassailable as he took yet another victory, although the improving Antony Green pushed Ben closer than on previous occasions. Ben recorded a rapid time of 21:33, just under thirty seconds clear of Antony in 22:01. James Bannister took third place ahead of former club champion Stuart Peckham in 22:44 and 22:50 respectively. James had recently returned from Wales where completed a spectacular time of 54:22 for a 25 mile TT. “That has given me a lot of confidence, I really put the hammer down on the last stretch” James commented. James was several seconds behind Stuart at the half way mark, and the additional effort paid dividends just pipping Stuart into third. Ben is in a strong position to take the division one honours on 89 points. Sacha looks safe in second on 85, but will be looking over his shoulder for Antony Green in third on 82.

Lyndon Thompson looks to have wrapped up division 2 with three races left with another victory in 24:09, Richard Mason failed to break into the 24 minute bracket by recording a time of 25:00. “I’m truly gutted” Richard said when he time was confirmed. “I thought I had it, but I just had to check my speed into the last roundabout”. Richard Parker claimed the last podium position in 25:43. With 6 division 2 victories this year, Lyndon appears to have the division sewn up with a maximum 90 points. Richard Mason and Bob Dowling will battle it out for runners up spot as there is a single point between them on 83 and 82 points.

Oliver Moody returned to winning ways in division 3 stopping the clock in 27:35, Adrian Hunt and Chris Mills made up the top three positions. With four victories in the division this year, Oliver looks to have an unassailable lead with 88 points from Peter Hawker in second with 74 and Clare Gronow in third on 70.

1 Ben Boardman 00:21:33 27.8
2 Antony Green 00:22:01 27.3
3 James Bannister 00:22:44 26.4
4 Stuart Peckham 00:22:50 26.3
5 Joe Phillips 00:23:41 25.3
6 Stewart Ward 00:23:54 25.1
7 Tom Butler 00:24:07 24.9
8 Jack Sheppard 00:24:20 24.7

Div2
1 Lyndon Thompson 00:24:09 24.8
2 Richard Mason 00:25:00 24.0
3 Richard Parker 00:25:43 23.3
4 Andy Townsend 00:29:45 20.2

Div3
1 Oliver Moody - Juv 00:27:35 21.8
2 Adrian Hunt 00:28:16 21.2
3 Chris Mills 00:29:33 20.3
4 Peter Hawker 00:29:38 20.2
5 Catherine Pascoe 00:30:10 19.9

Privates
1 Phil Wilks 00:22:16 26.9 Sotonia CC
2 Matt Dixon 00:22:23 26.8 Sotonia CC
3 Paul Lockyer 00:22:44 26.4 DH Cycles
4 Paul Edmonds 00:23:57 25.1 Sot Tri Club
5 Aran Kelly 00:23:59 25.0 Sot Tri Club
6 Phil Godfrey 00:24:10 24.8 Sotonia CC
7 James Gill 00:24:33 24.4 DHC
8 Daniel Taylor 00:24:39 24.3 DHC
9 Justin Priest 00:24:44 24.3 DHC
10 Joss Wood 00:25:23 23.6 Sot Tri Club
11 Daniel Sohota 00:26:04 23.0 Sotonia CC
12 Chris Jolliffe 00:26:38 22.5 Crawley Whs CC
13 Jamie Pope 00:26:40 22.5 Hargroves CC
14 Chris Summers 00:28:29 21.1 Sotonia CC
15 Gregg Ford 00:28:46 20.9 Unattached
16 Dudley Jaynes 00:29:57 20.0 Sotonia CC
17 Martin Napier 00:30:25 19.7 Sotonia CC

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