Matt is the Sen­ter of at­ten­tion once again

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

Peter­bor­ough Cy­cling pro­vided the in­di­vid­ual win­ner in two re­cent races.

Matt Sen­ter pro­duced an­other scin­til­lat­ing ride the day af­ter break­ing the club’s 10-mile record to win the VC Nor­wich 10 in an­other fast time of 19:37.

And then Bel­gian im­port Christophe De­moulin won the Northants & Dis­trict CA 10 event at Mar­ket Bos­worth in 22:02, which was a ter­rific time con­sid­er­ing the ap­palling con­di­tions.

Other Peter­bor­ough CC times at Mar­ket Bos­worth were Kevin Hobbs 24:12 and Adrian McHale 26:43.

In Perth, Aus­tralia, the club’s Flet­ton-based rider Paul Par doe fin­ished seven thin his age group in the UCI Gran Fondo World Cham­pi­onship T T.


Fen­land Clarion took the team hon­ours in the Northants & Dis­trict CA 10 at Mar­ket Bos­worth and the reign­ing cham­pi­ons are neck and neck with city ri­vals Peter­bor­ough go­ing into the last two races.

Young­ster Jerry Nor­man had one of his be­strides to lead the team home in sixth place with 23:56. He was well sup- ported by Si­mon Pitch­ford in sev­enth place with 23:57, Steve Kaye in eighth with 24:01 and Mark In­gram ninth in 24:07.

The Clarion Blue­bell Sum­mer Se­ries tro­phy has a new name on it fol­low­ing Jonathan Toma’s re­cent vic­tory.

With the best 10 scores to count over the 16-race se­ries, 13 year-old Toma had an un­beat­able win­ning mar­gin go­ing into the last event.

An­other new­comer Dave O’Brien made ex­cel­lent progress through the se­ries to clinch sec­ond place from long stand­ing club­man Steve Clarke.

The top 10 places were: Jonathan Toma 115 points, Dave O’Brien 80, Steve Clarke 58, Phil Mer­ritt 54, Chris Shaw 52, Steve Kaye 51, Gareth Pur­nell 50, Lind­say Clarke 50, Paul Li lley 47 and Ethan Nightin­gale 44.

In the Spald­ing grasstrack event Harry Tozer gained third place in the free­wheel omni um and Eva nd er Wish art was fourth.

Ruby Is­sac com­peted in her first cross race as an Un­der 10 in the first round of the West Mid­lands Cross League in Birm­ing­ham and was third­placed girl by half a wheel.

Ruby Is­sac on the podium in Birm­ing­ham.

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