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In-form Craig Mckee tastes success again

Steve Carpenter 19th Jul, 2016 Updated: 27th Oct, 2016

CRAIG McKee added another victory to his growing list this season after winning Rugby Racing Cycling Club’s ten-mile event at the K11/10B Braunston course last Wednesday.

An impressive field of 40 riders had to deal with a strong headwind early in the race on the outward leg with not much help on the return leg.

After 30 minutes the wind dropped and the late starters benefitted as a result.

McKee recorded a season best time of 20 minutes and 39 seconds to win the event with Dave Elliott finishing ssecond in 21.18 and David Newton’s time of 22.01 was enough to secure third spot.

Full results: Craig McKee 20.39, Dave Elliott 21.18, David Newton 22.01, Peter Wright 22.26, Mark Wise 22.38, Jonathan Cottingham 22.42, Adam Green 22.42, Chris Parsons 22.44, Richard Wayman 23.18, David Gillett 23.27, Russell Green 23.30, Paul Birch 23.34, Ben Atkinson 23.42, Luke Pugh 23.43, Barrie Mitchell 23.45, Richard Stirling 23.48, Phil Scott 23.52, Rob Stilgoe 24.00, Dean Mason 24.10, David Kimberley 24.17, Phil Byrne 24.17, Peter Timmins 24.26, Ben Robson 24.28, Seb Palmer 24.30, Shin Braich 24.46, Paul Thurman 25.07, Jonathan Jordan 25.20, Martin Orrill 25.49, Patrick Weir 25.50, Simon Brand 25.51, Brian Haycock 26.05, Brian Gale 26.10, Angus Gordon 26.52, Roman Matusiak 26.56, Caroline Read 27.09, Howard Beale 27.17, Tony Johnson 28.04, Alan James 28.59, Eric Burke 29.24,

Club Handicap: Phil Scott 19.02, Adam Green 19.12, Chris Parsons 19.24.

Private Entries: Marcus Buksh (Kettring CC) 25.42.

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