## ## New look but same fantastic results as talented Verulam Reallymoving youngsters continue to shine
However, the result was the same, Alarik Knox this time the one celebrating for Verulam on what was also a good day for sister Emma, second in the U8s.
Across at the Eastern Region event it was Tom Martin putting in the good performance.
Fresh from his highly impressive 24th at the British Championships, Martin was the fourth junior at Snetterton.
Alfie Aldridge of Verulam Reallymoving beat Sleaford Wheelers Sam Howes in the U16 race of the Central Cyclo Cross League at Misterton Hall.
And it is not just cyclo cross where the Verulam youngsters shone.
Road racing returned to Hog Hill in Redbridge with Will Smith and Jamie Maxen both in action, Smith getting on the podium with a third place in the U16 race.
And across in Hillingdon Beth Watson was second in the U14 Girls race at round three of the Hillingdon Slipstreamers Youth Winter Series.
Alarik Knox of Verulam Reallymoving was the winner in the U10 race of the Central Cyclo Cross League event at Misterton Hall. Picture: KEITH PERRY
The seniors proved they weren’t too shabby either with a third cycling discipline, the track, bringing another notable result.
Chris Burns was second in the points race and had a pair of fifth places to show for his efforts in the Lee Valley Track League at the Olympic Velodrome.