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Wednesday, 10 August 2016

New Forest CC Club 10,09/08/16 Results



P164 Lyndhurst

Boardman, Thompson Hunt and Moody wrap up division titles

NEW Forest CC held the last of the 10 series on Tuesday on the P164 cou5rse, starting at Boltons Bench and finishing near Beaulieu Road Station via Ipley Crossroads. A fast night’s riding was anticipated due to the perfect North Westerly wind conditions which would assist the riders on the opening leg from Boltons Bench toward Beaulieu. Ben Boardman finished the season off as he started by claiming first place in division one in a cracking time of 21:42, over a minute clear of Stewart Ward, who recorded an excellent pb in 22:53. Nick Buck made up the top three in 23:13. Ben , who had a relatively untroubled evening commented afterwards that he was delighted with his season, and laid down an ominous marker for next campaign as he hopes to make further improvements over the winter and come even stronger next year. Ben ran out division one winner with maximum 90 points. Perennial runner up, Sacha Ring claimed second spot with 85, and Antony Green marked a fine club return with 82 points.
Lyndon Thompson shower true grit and determination after like week’s incident by again claiming the honours in Division two in a rapid 24:09. A minute further back was Andy Townsend in 25:09 who just held off Peter Trunwit into third in 25:13. Andy was just behind Peter at the half way mark on the course, but dug deep to overhaul the narrow deficit to take second. Lyndon maxxed out division two with 90 points. Richard Mason’s reward for a strong winters training was runners up spot in 83, just nudging out bob Dowling into third on 82.
Adrian Hunt continued his recent dominant form with another good victory in division three with a time of 26:54. The victory had greater significance as it moved Adrian on level points with Oliver Moody in the final standings. Oliver Moody capped for an excellent first season in second place with a solid time of 27:27. Peter Weaver made up the top three positions in 28:06. The final division three standings are Oliver Moody and Adrian Hunt joint first on 88 points, Peter Hawker capped a fine season in third on 74 points.

1 Ben Boardman 00:21:42 27.6
2 Stewart Ward 00:22:53 26.2
3 Nick Buck 00:23:13 25.8
4 Tom Butler 00:23:41 25.3
5 Gavin Robinson 00:23:47 25.2
6 Barry Hard 00:24:16 24.7
Div 2
1 Lyndon Thompson 00:24:09 24.8
2 Andy Townsend 00:25:09 23.9
3 Peter Trunwit 00:25:13 23.8
4 Richard Parker 00:25:31 23.5
5 Phil Underwood 00:25:49 23.2
6 Jay Partridge 00:28:09 21.3
Div 3
1 Adrian Hunt 00:26:54 22.3 1
2 Oliver Moody - Juv 00:27:27 21.9
3 Peter Weaver 00:28:06 21.4 13
4 Chris Mills 00:28:58 20.7 12
5 Peter Osborn 00:29:38 20.2 11
6 Peter Hawker 00:29:50 20.1 10
7 Catherine Pascoe 00:30:06 19.9
8 Clare Gronow 00:30:32 19.7
Privates
1 Matt Dixon 00:22:00 27.3 Sotonia CC
2 Steven Wood 00:23:04 26.0 Antelope RT
3 Gary Allan 00:23:09 25.9 GA Cycles
4 Arron Kelly 00:23:31 25.5 Sot Tri Club
5 Mark D?Arcy 00:23:34 25.5 Hardley Tri Club
6 Mike Anderson 00:23:44 25.3 VC St:Raphael
7 Josh Wood 00:24:32 24.5 Sot Tri Club
8 James Cotty 00:24:47 24.2 Primera
9 Jase Cakebread 00:25:14 23.8 Christchurch BC
10 Alex Dickson 00:25:18 23.7
11 Michelle Walters 00:25:29 23.5 Bmouth Arrow C
12 Mike Round 00:25:40 23.4 Bmouth Jub Whs
13 Robert Veal 00:27:00 22.2 Unattached
14 Ian Macdonald 00:27:05 22.2 GS Europa
15 Chris Summers 00:28:00 21.4 Sotonia CC
16 Donna Lovelock 00:29:06 20.6 3C
17 Eamonn Gillard 00:30:18 19.8 Unattached

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