Stroud Green back on form at Round 4

After the winter interlude, League schools were back racing on grass at Ducketts Common.

And, as the 2022-23 race series moves past the half-way mark, Stroud Green re-asserted their dominance, taking the most wins and topping the point scoring for the day.

The reigning champions won an impressive six races, including two A-finals.

Next up in the number of wins were Risley and St. Mary’s, followed by Belmont, St. Aidan’s and Seven Sisters.

Despite only winning one race, North Harringay had a good day, finishing joint 2nd with St. Aidan’s in the points table, helped by a flurry of second and third places in the A-finals.

Holy Trinity, in just their second grass race with the League, and fielding a reduced team of eight riders, managed three second places, their best result yet.

Stroud Green have begun to open up a commanding lead in the points standings — though the gap is likely to narrow as, from Round 5, only schools’ top best scores will be counted.

Standings after Round 4

Full results and points-per-school

With thanks to Leigh Day for their support for this year’s League.

Find out more about the Haringey Schools Cycling League. If you’d like your school to take part, see How to Join.

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