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National Development League Riders’ Championship @ Workington

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National Development League Riders' Championship 2023

Northside StadiumNorthside Speedway, Old Side, Workington, Cumbria, CA14 2JH

1st - Connor Bailey
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Date Tapes Up Competition Season Additional Info
Sunday, October 15, 2023 2:00 pm National Development League Riders' Championship 2023 2nd Max Clegg, 3rd Jacob Hook

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CONNOR Bailey won the National Development League Riders’ Championship with a 15-point maximum on his home Workington track.

Bailey was the class of the field on the day, roaring to five straight wins to finish three points clear of Edinburgh duo Max Clegg and Jacob Hook on 12, with Clegg winning the run-off for second place.

Leicester’s Ashton Boughen was just off the podium with 11 points whilst former double winner Ben Morley finished on 10.

Bailey said: “It’s been a good meeting, I made five gates which is unheard of for me, so that’s positive I guess, and the track was really nice and the bike was working, it did what it needed to do.

“It’s a good way to sign off for Workington and see the season out. I’ve enjoyed riding in front of them every week, and just putting on a good show.

“It’s such a nice track to ride and I’ve enjoyed every second this year.”

NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE RIDERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP, Workington
RESULT: Connor Bailey 15, Max Clegg 12 (after run-off), Jacob Hook 12, Ashton Boughen 11, Ben Morley 10, Freddy Hodder 9, Sam McGurk 9, Ben Trigger 8, Max Perry 6, Danny Phillips 6, Tom Woolley 5, Lee Complin 5, Luke Muff 4, Jacob Clouting 4, Jamie Halder 4, Jody Scott 0, Callum Foy (res) 0, Ben Rathbone (res) 0.

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Photo credit: DAVE PAYNE