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Only one could chase McChesney

This week the competition for the SolihullCC kicked off when nine of their riders faced the Warwickshire 10 at Portway.

This week the competition for the SolihullCC kicked off when nine of their riders faced the Warwickshire 10 at Portway.

Solihull’s Alastair McChesney got a 21-58 and was only bettered by Richard Bradley who achieved a 21-00 dead.

Three close results followed where James Cowan with a 22-26, just besting his dad, Ian, by 1 second and Richard Eason by 4 seconds.

At the MC & AC 5 Steve Jenks clocked an astonishing 12-40 to be the fastest on the night.

On Wednesday night a crash on the last bend on the last race of the Concorde Series trilogy spoilt the results for the club with James Cowan coming 6th with Scott Wharton coming 13th.

On Thursday night at the club’s 10 on the K1 course, McChesney was the fastest with his 22-12, with Eddy Priddy and Will Bamber coming 2nd and 3rd respectively.

On Saturday the Echelon 25 TT ran on the fast K16 course where Eddy Priddy put in a new PB time of 55-59 with Steve Mountford clocking a 1-0-29 and Andrew Simpkins a 1-1-24.

Meanwhile at the Cwmcarn Paragon Open 25 TT Richard Eason clocked an excellent 55-31.

 

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