CDNW

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CDNWCycling Development North West (UK)
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Former Huddersfield Star Wheeler James Sampson (Node 4-Giordana) had another strong showing in the latest CDNW event at Saighton near Chester.
Sol Kerfoot-Robson (Rhos-On-Sea) leads the CDNW 2009 Youth U10 Series after the first road event in Victoria Park, Southport, finishing first in both races on Saturday.
St Asaph's Kerfoot-Robson family (Rhos-On-Sea CC) finished off the CDNW Youth League in the NW of England with the R6 cyclo-cross at Lancaster, all taking the overall victories in one of the toughest youth leagues in the UK.
On Saturday in the CDNW Youth League R4 Welsh Cyclo-Cross champion Dylan Kerfoot-Robson out-sprinted the leading group in another road event, which included Rhyl CC's Gwyn Lovibond, to take victory overall from two U12 races.
Harvey Wharton (Energy CC) of Llanrug edged closer to a first place this season with fifth, 1m 13s behind winner Mark Mallender (Rutland CC) in the CDNW Buxton CC/Sett Valley Cycles 43 miles supporting race.
The Alf Jones Cycle ace was just 10 minutes behind the winner, world champion track cyclist Rob Hayles (Halfords/Bikehut), who outsprinted a leading group of eight after 75 miles in two hours 53 minutes in the CDNW League event.
At the weekend Cawley finished in 30th place in the 80 miles CDNW Road Race at Swettenham, in the bunch 1m 39s behind winner Chester RC's Stephen Feeney.