Good end to cyclo-cross season

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With most of the overall series positions already confirmed, Team MK travelled to Welwyn for the final round of the Cyclocross Central League.

On what was a wet and slippery off camber course, the U10s were first to race with Jude Chamberlain taking his 2nd win of the series to cement 2nd place overall, a feat his dad Roy would repeat later in the day in the Vets category.

For the girls Ella-Mae Fereday finished 2nd, having already won the overall series.

Elana-Rose Fereday and Evie-Louise Fereday were 4th and 6th respectively on the day, resulting 3rd and 5th finishes overall.

Having already secured the U12 series tile, Skip Snelson finished 2nd at Welwyn, with Joel Corbishley in 4th and Archie Peet 5th, results which meant Joel finished 2nd overall and Archie 6th.

Alex Wetherill managed 10th on the day but finished 4th in the series.

In the girls category Molli Keenor finished 2nd, meaning 4th place in the series.

Amy Zygo was 4th on the day but 3rd overall. Fourth place went to Emily Moon resulting in a 5th place finish in the series.

In the U14 race Jamie Lloyd was the first Team MK rider home in 10th place, meaning a joint 7th finish with Noah Tresham who was not racing at Welwyn.

Lewis Muncaster was 12th for an overall position of 12th with Thomas Zygo in 13th, meaning Thomas was the highest placed Team MK rider overall in 6th position.

Rounding up the top 10 overall was Nic Day who was 16th on the day.

With 2nd place overall already secured, Buauna Ball finished the season on a high with a win in the U16’s.

Elliot Haigh and Louis Carter were 6th and 7th respectively meaning 11th overall for Louis and 13th for Elliot.

In 7th overall but not racing at Welwyn was Jacob Tresham.

No Team MK girls took part for the U16 but in the overall series Elizabeth Shirley finished 5th and Erin Simpson 8th.