Hannah determined to retain her National Trophy lead

Stourbridge News: Hannah Payton goes through her paces while on duty for Great Britain in Belgium this week Hannah Payton goes through her paces while on duty for Great Britain in Belgium this week

BUSY Kingswinford cyclist Hannah Payton competed for Great Britain this weekend when she took part in the Cyclo-Cross World Cup series Round Three event at Koksijde in Belgium where she came home in 32nd place.

Hannah then made a rapid return home and contested the Waldrons West Midland League event which took place at Top Barn in Worcester where she duly won the event.

Hannah has another important date this weekend when she travels to Milton Keynes bidding to keep hold of her lead in the National Trophy Series.

It was a good weekend for the Payton family.

Her brother Tom, who rides for Isla Bikes, won the senior men's race at the West Midland League meeting to make it a family double.

And dad Kevin Payton, who represents Stourbridge Cycling Club, pulled out all the stops to finish third in the veterans race where fellow Stourbridge rider Ian Cadwallader was 59th, while Derek Hill came eighth in the Over-60's race.

Anthony Neave continues to catch the eye when coming second in the Junior race while younger sister Marie Neave was ninth in the Under-10's race. Steven Alsop was 18th in the same race.

Sister Olivia Alsop came seventh in the Under-16 race while Clarrissa Alsop came home eighth in the Under-8's race.

Thomas Cheslin was 34th in the Under-12's event while Lorraine Gaytten proved third Over-45 lady home.


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