The afternoon session saw Wales regain top spot on the overall leaderboard, thanks to a win, a second, and two thirds to North West’s two wins. It couldn’t be closer, though, with just a single point separating the two. A win and a second for East Midlands looks likely to have secured their third place, with only four points between Central in fourth and the West Midlands in fifth.
Day2 of the competition saw the Under 16 Girls and Junior Men's Sprint and the Under 16 Boys and Junior Girls Scratch. An enormous field of 58 riders in the Under 16 Boys Scratch required three qualifying heats!
The final day's action - 500m Time Trials for the Under 16 Boys and Girls and Junior Women, the Kilo for the Junior Men and the Junior Women's Points Race.
Under 16 Boys Sprint Finals, Junior Men's Keirin and Points Race, Junior Women's 500m Time Trial and Under 16 Girls Points Race.
On Saturday just under 100 riders descended on Welwyn track for the 3rd round of the Southern Area British Cycling Youth Omnium. Strong winds and the threat of rain made for tough racing conditions for the various age groups with 4 races scheduled for each age group in the Omnium format.
In the Youth A category Ollie Rossi won all four events to take a well earned win overall with Charlie Heffernan and Ed Bird taking the minor places followed by three Welwyn Wheelers riders – Tom Gallacher, Ben Bailey and Dan Snow.