Pete Kennaugh goes sub-21 in Jurby 10-miler

Pete Kennaugh on his way to a rapid 20m 48s time for 10 miles at Jurby on a sunny Wednesday evening last week  Photo: Rob Quine

Pete Kennaugh on his way to a rapid 20m 48s time for 10 miles at Jurby on a sunny Wednesday evening last week Photo: Rob Quine

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Pete Kennaugh scorched round the circular Jurby course in good conditions last Wednesday to win round four of the Conister Bank 10-mile time trial league.

Jurby is a long way from Italy, where the Team Sky rider would have been had he not picked up a virus a few weeks ago, but at least the weather was superior to the heavy showers that blighted the early stages of the Giro in its home country last week.

Registering a superquick 20min 48sec, he was precisely one minute quicker than Ed Perry (Manx Viking Wheelers/Shoprite) who was slower than the previous two rounds.

Riding his second event of the series, Tom Black (Team Manx Telecom) was third quickest in 22.26, ahead of clubmate and leading veteran Gary Johnston.

Matty Bostock (MVW) was the leading junior in a time more than half-a-minute slower than the previous week on the faster Sandygate course, but top juvenile Owen Dudley (Team RL360) was right on Bocky’s tail with 23.25 - almost certainly a pb - beating his elder brother Jamie by 21s.

Laura Wasley topped the women’s class for the fourth round in succession, recording 24.51 to beat fellow Wheeler Anna Christian by four seconds, with young Lizzie Holden at another 20s.

Conister Bank 10s Time Trial League, round four, Jurby - Wednesday, May 14: 1, Peter Kennaugh 20min 48sec; 2, Ed Perry 21.48; 3, Tom Black 22.26; 4, Gary Johnston 23.03; 5, Matty Bostock 23.24; 6, Owen Dudley 23.25; 7, Neil Bellhouse 23.34; 8, Rob Cormode 23.46.104; 9, Jamie Dudley 23.46.275; 10, Mark Harrison 23.52; 11, Joseph Ricciardi 23.55; 12, Peter Gage 24.02; 13, Nathan Draper 24.10; 14, John Coleman 24.13; 15, Trevor Kirkwood 24.20; 16, Paul Kneen 24.23; 17, Andrew Brooks 24.26; 18, Daniel Scarffe 24.27; 19, Adam Johnson 24.33; 20, Conor Davies 24.34; 21, Graham Bradley 24.36; 22, Leon Mazzone 24.43; 23, Andrew Radcliffe 24.44; 24, Russ Collister 24.47; 25, Stuart Mason 24.50; 26, Laura Wasley 24.51; 27, David Harrison 24.52; 28, Anna Christian 24.55; 29, David Holland 24.56; 30, Kelvin Potter 25.02; 31, Jimmy Bostock 25.06; 32, Lizzie Holden 25.15; 33, Stewart Bennett/Ian Sharpe (tandem) 25.19; 34, David Radcliffe 25.22; 35, Chris Tierney 25.23; 36, Ian Brookfield 25.28; 37, Steve Looker 25.31; 38, Peter Doyle 25.35.506; 39, Nick Preskey 25.35.861; 40, John Marchment 25.45; 41, Neil Helks 25.48; 42, Will Draper 25.52; 43, Mario Ricciardi 25.55; 44, Adam Kelly 25.58; 45, Colin Whiteway 25.59; 46, Craig Hindle 26.15; 47, Natalie Arrowsmith 26.33; 48, Jonathan Kelly 26.45; 49, Laura Morgan 26.49; 50, Ian Brand 27.16; 51, Guy Hatton 27.26; 52, Tara Ferguson 27.30; 53, Mike Clough 27.31; 54, John Swindlehurst 27.32; 55, Max Walker 27.58.527; 56, Tosh Teare 27.58.58. 57, Paul Cubbon 28.07; 58, Lucas Mudie 28.12; 59, Chris Hestleton 28.24; 60, Wendy Sandford 28.36; 61, Adam Swales 28.46; 62, James Nolan 28.50; 63, Derek Scarffe 28.57; 64, Jo Hawkins 29.10; 65, Steve Cain 29.16; 66, Adam Scarffe 29.24; 67, David Ronan 29.26.257; 68, Stephen Mallon 29.26.461; 69, Kaitlin Slack 29.45; 70, Karen Shimmin 29.52; 71, David Moore 29.57; 72, Paula Gelling 30.01; 73, Ben Dunlop 30.19.076; 74, Amelia Sharpe 30.19.524; 75, Chris Hattersley 31.21; 76, Eddie Fryer 31.57; 77, Will Corkill 32.26; 78, Harry Cain 32.37; 79, Claire Cavanagh 33.13; 80, Wendy Fallon 34.09; 81, Keith Redhead 35.44; 82, Owen Thomas 36.49.

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