Low scores at Aughertree

Low scores at Aughertree

Two youngsters, one from England and one from Scotland, respectively Lewis Gaskell and Harry Adamson, both Youth A riders, were the star turns in the Cumberland County’s MHB sponsored club trial at Aughertree on the third Sunday of February, completing the event without any loss of marks, so became the joint winners of this trial at this blustery venue on a chilly February day.

Lewis is Stuart Gaskell’s son and Harry is Grant Adamson’s son, so the two lads have some talent to live up to which they managed perfectly aboard Betas, very much the machine for the conditions

However, riders on four stroke Montesas topped the adults results list of Cumberland’s trial  with Stuart Mowbray  (lead pictured) losing just a single mark and David Tallontire 2 marks to finish in front of Scottish visitor Grant Adamson who campaigned his Fantic in the event at this blustery venue on a chilly February day.

Charlie Goddard and Graham Knight both went round on clean sheets to clean up over the Clubman easy course  with Dale Wilson the third placed rider on 6.

Northern Centre Chairman Angus Jenkinson, delighted to have been granted a Pre 65 Scottish entry returned to the fray having recovered sufficiently from back surgery to risk a gentle ride out before the Kinlochleven outing and though not delighted with his placing, nevertheless felt no after effects and now has plans to get bike fit again before the end of April.

Forty seven riders took to the hills, all using the ACU/Sport 80 on line system and thanks come from the club for the support of the riders.

Full results appear in the results link from the Home page. (Apologies for not uploading this extra report ad the results earlier – forgot to click the upload button!)