ROUND 12 of the Oswestry Paragon time trial saw just 14 riders braving the miserable wet weather.

Despite having ridden his first 25-mile time trial promoted by Oswestry Paragon the previous evening racing on two consecutive nights certainly didn’t seem to cause a problem for Jack Morris.

Morris, who reverted to his time trial bike this week, crossed the line in a personal best time of 22 minutes and four seconds.

In second place was Kieran Morris (22,28) of the Oswestry team, who had also featured in a race the previous evening.

In third place with another personal best time Jack Young stopped the watch on 23,37.

There was also a season best time for Adam Riley who was also the fastest rider on a standard road bike with a time of 24,55.

Fifth place went to Wrekinsport rider Richard Howes in a time of 25,19 ahead of Peter Fletcher of Mule CC who crossed the line in 25,25.

The next three places were also filled by Paragon riders with Darrell Walsh (25,30) just getting the better of Alan Edwards (25,38) and Mathew Parry (24,43).

In 10th place, there was a tie between Paragon rider Bruce Selby and Chris Marrs of Mid Shropshire Wheelers with both riders crossing the line in 26,36.