Round 5 of the ACU Belle Trailers Ladies and Girls British Trials Championship heads to Leamington
Friday July 26, 2019 at 11:27am
Leamington Victory MCC will be hosting Round 5 of the ACU Belle Trailers Ladies and Girls British Trials Championship, Sunday 4th August. Riders will be heading to Victory 40 Moto Park to ride the man-made sections to gain those all-important championship points.
The Ladies Championship Route will see current leader, Jess Bown wanting to improve her 6 point lead, by going head to head with Donna Fox, to determine who can claim the top spot Sunday and take those much wanted championship points. With young Alicia Robinson and Louise Alford both on the same marks, they will be wanting to better their results to see who can climb up in the championship standings. Gabby Whitham currently sits in front of Hannah Styles and Victoria Payne.
Chloe Baker and Jazz Hammond are currently on the same points in the Ladies 50/50 Route, so both will both be wanting a first place in order to gain an advantage over their opponent. Beth Dunning is close behind and looking for her first win of the year. Sarah Bell heads into Round 5 with a 12 point lead over opponent Elizabeth Tett, who will also be looking for her first win of the year in the Girls A 50/50 Route.
Ladies Intermediate Route currently being led by Charlotte Kimber, who is only 6 marks in front of newly wed Victoria Holmes. With Jo Minns, Olivia Pearson and Zoe McDonald all closely following.
Libby Martinez leads Girls A Intermediate Route with Amy Clark just behind.
Girls B Class sees Kaytlyn Adshead and Daisy Parsons both head to Round 5 on the same championship points, with Sophie Bailey, Amelia Mayhew, Summer Peters, Emily Copp, Lucy Ayrton, Amber Richardson and Kira Sarsero-James all following behind to take those valuable championship points.
Girls C Route consists of 9 riders all wanting to get their best results. With Matilda Arbon having a 14 point advantage over second place Brianna King, who is only 8 marks in front of third place Holly Dixon. Young Jemma Kerruish and Kayleigh Rich are equal on 45 championship points, and followed by Bobbie Pulman, Poppy Fletcher, Florence Baldock and Edie Baldock.
The Girls D Route sees young Daisy Craig with a 20 point advantage over Ealee Cubbon.All Ladies and Girls have their fingers crossed the sun stays out till Sunday 4th August, to see which riders can come away on the top spot.