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Morris takes charge at Brands Hatch

Leon Morris took the early lead in the chase for the Ducati TriOptions Cup with a hard working victory in the rain on Sunday and then a fighting second to series new-boy Rob Guiver in the Bank Holiday Monday sun.

Dennis Hobbs made the running for much of the first race only to be taken three laps from the end by his team-mate Leon Morris who then forged almost a second clear to take the victory, though there was nothing easy about it.

But it was a different story next time out with defending champion Marty Nutt keen to improve on his earlier fourth place charging into the lead, though it was short-lived amid a fierce four rider duel at the front with Morris going ahead and then Guiver asserting himself to take a lead he was not to relinquish on the fifth lap. Morris settled for second best, ahead of Heal, Sean Neary and Nutt.