Brew Cup Ranking- 9th July

Ahead of the national cyclocross series heading to Perth for the first time, we have updated the Brew Cup ranking following the first two rounds of the national series.

The racing in Perth will see two different course.  The first day of racing at the Midvale Speed Dome, will see a tight and twisty course with a mixture of grass, asphalt and a trip through the velodrome.  The second days racing will be held at Garvey Park in Belmont.  The course is situated on the Swan river and will include a combination of surfaces and sand.  The recent rain will have made an impact on this course.

Elite Women

Following back to back victories in Melbourne, it is no surprise to see national champion Lisa Jacobs on top of the rankings.  That being said the top 3 riders in the women’s ranking, all stood on the podium on both days in Melbourne.

NCXS2LJLisa Jacobs took back to back victories in Melbourne

With Jacobs a confirmed non-starter for the Perth NCXS rounds (on a holiday in France) and her nearest rivals, April McDonough and Melissa Anset have a great opportunity to build an advantage over Jacobs.

April McDonough is a favourite for the Perth NCXS races.  The technical skills she demonstrated will be to her advantage on the tight Speeddome course and challenging Garvey Park.

Name Points Rank Last Ranking
Lisa Jacobs
66
1
(6)
April McDonough
50
2
(4)
Melissa Anset
34
3
(8)
Sarah Holmes
28
4
(4)
Oenone Wood
26
5
(1)
Claire Aubrey
25
6
(2)
Amity McSwan
22
7
(3)
Jenny MacPherson
20
8
(2)
Penny Hosken
20
9
(No ranking)
Tory Thomas
18
10
(No ranking)
Tessa Fabry
10
11=
 
Anna Beck
10
11=
 
Kate Swain
10
11=
 
Josie Simpson
9
12
 
Phillipa Birch
7
13
 
 Lizanne Wilmot
6
14=
 
Em Parkes
6
14=
 
Connie Silvestri 
6
14=
 
Terri Rhodes
6
14=
 
Debra Denis
5
15
 
Helen Blackwell
4
16=
 
Sharon Heap
4
16=
 
Carla Franson
4
16=
 
 Annabel Cox
4
16=
 
Genevieve McKew
4
16=
 
Ella Brogan
2
17=
 
Christine Carter
2
17=
 
Diane Nelson
1
18=
 
Gemma Kernich
1
18=
 
Lucy Barker
1
18=
 

Elite Men

Following 2 great rides in Melbourne, the biggest mover and leader of the rankings is Allan Iacuone.  The top of the men’s ranking is a close affair with Iacuone, Jongewaard, Millburn and Jackson all separated by 10 points.  All four riders are on the start-list in Perth so some close racing should be assured.

NCXS2_AlbyAllan Iacoune

5th place rider Paul Redenbach rode consistently in Melbourne and should also be considered a contender.  With a significant running section expect on Sunday, Lewis Rattray European experience could be used to his advantage.

In places 12th and 15th we see the first West Australian riders, Craig Cooke and Peter Hatton.  Both riders will no doubt feature at the front of the racing.  Hatton took victory in Sydney last year whilst Cooke has represented Great Britain at the cyclocross world championships.

Name Points Rank Last Ranking
Allan Iacuone
58
1
(12)
Chris Jongewaard
55
2
(2)
Garry Millburn
52
3
(1)
Adrian Jackson
48
4
(6)
Paul Redenbach
34
5
(3)
Chris Hamilton
15
6
(No ranking)
Chris Aitken
14
7
(3)
Jade Lean
13
8
(7)
Shaun Lewis
12
9
(3)
Scott Wines
12
10
(3)
Tom Chapman
11
11
 
Craig Cooke
10
12=
 
Jason Chalker 
10
12=
 
Paul Van Der Ploeg
10
12=
 
Robbie McEwen
10
12=
 
Nick Both
9
13
 
Lewis Rattray
8
14
 
Andy Blair 
6
15=
 
Lawson Hartshorn
6
15=
 
Liam Jeffries
6
15=
 
Mark Chadwick
6
15=
 
Peter Hatton
6
15=
 
James Kennedy
4
16=
 
Karl Wilson
4
16=
 
Tom Patton
4
16=
 
Russell Collett
4
16=
 
Sid Taberlay
4
16=
 
Ben Henderson 
2
17=
 
Jason Smith
2
17=
 
Simon Dec
2
17=
 
Alex Revell
1
18=
 
Danny Hennessy 
1
18=
 
Aaron Dickford
1
18=
 
John Groves
1
18=
 
Justin Claridge
1
18=
 
Michael Potter
1
18=
 
Nick Morgan
1
18=
 
Tasman Nankervis
1
18=
 
Tom Clifton
1
18=

 

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