On-song Rockets shine to beat the weather

PUBLISHED: 18:24 28 May 2008 | UPDATED: 15:46 11 May 2010

BMX RACING: Sunday saw the third round of the East Anglia BMX Summer Series, and despite the bad weather The Royston Rockets were once again out in force. In the under-six-year class Kelly Newall was rewarded with third place, with teammate Louis Foreman

BMX RACING: Sunday saw the third round of the East Anglia BMX Summer Series, and despite the bad weather The Royston Rockets were once again out in force.

In the under-six-year class Kelly Newall was rewarded with third place, with teammate Louis Foreman fourth.

In the seven-year class Royston's James King took a fine win with Marmaduke Birt claiming second place, while Ethan Vernon took the win in the eight-year class, ahead of Oliver Snelling in second place.

Aaron Dalleywater finished second in the nine-year class, with Bradan Blanche taking fifth spot, while in the 10-year class Zak Foreman finished fourth, just ahead of Matthew Harris, who was fifth.

In the 13-year class Aston Blanche claimed another impressive victory for The Rockets, and in the 14-year class Jamie Hutchinson finished third, ahead of teammate Ben Gutteridge who was fourth.

Wayne Gutteridge fought hard in the 16-year class, where he took a deserved second place, a position that Darren Forman also occupied in the 30+ Masters category.

On Sunday, The Rockets host the re-scheduled East Anglia Spring Classic at their home track in Burns Road.

For more details visit the website www.roystonrockets.co.uk

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