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Sudbury MCC Host Round 4 of the G H Motorcycles/Husqvarna/ACU Eastern Enduro Championship

Tuesday June 7, 2016 at 1:22pm
Sudbury MCC Host Round 4 of the G H Motorcycles/Husqvarna/ACU Eastern Enduro Championship
Round 4 of the G H Motorcycles/Husqvarna/ACU Eastern Enduro Championship takes place on Sunday 19th June at Home Farm Little Hadham Herts start 10am and is organised by the Sudbury Motor Cycle Club.  The Contest is over 5 rounds with the rider’s best scores from 4 rounds counting.

The Contest is hotting up and there is everything to ride for so Hadham is not a round to miss. Jamie Roper’s lead in the Championship Class has been reduced to six points over Jason Morland and Chris Hockey while further down the Standings Brendon Mayers, Craig Roper and Tom Braddock are still in contention. 

Jake Gregory on 50 points leads the Expert Class from Alex Rampton 47 points, Ed Pooley 36 points with Alex Barkshire on 30 points and as he has only scored in two rounds puts him into a very good position as all his scores will count over the next two rounds. 

Once again it is a battle in the Expert Veteran Class between Mark Chapman 57 points and Gavin Hockey 54 points with Michael Ridge 38 points, Paul Whitehead 33 points and Jason Warren 25 points waiting to pounce if the top two slip up. 

The Clubman Class is very close with Ben Ramus on 49 points, Dan Willis and Alex Walton on 48 points, Kevin Palmer 39 points while Tom Sargent on 24 points from only two rounds could eclipse the riders above him. 

Peter Andrews on 43 points now leads the Clubman Veteran Class followed by Jeff Turner on 38 points with Kevin Gore and Dean Curry on 28 points and Gore has only scored in two rounds. 

Graham Mays on 52 points leads the Clubman Super Veteran Class from Les Rampton and Nigel Ross both on 41 points, Nick Airey is next on 35 points while Andy Mason has 34 points still has a chance to retain his Title as he has only scored from two rounds.

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