Last Saturday's penultimate cycling event in the Hillingdon Winter Race Series saw the top three places settled.
The much anticipated head-to-head between series leader Jerone Walters (Sigma Sport) and Chris Moores (Norwood Paragon) failed to happen, as Moores took a week out because of family commitments, but there was some consolation for Paragon when Angus MacAlistair took the race win for a second week running.
With just seven miles to go Walters and MacAlistair attacked, and the pair quickly gained ground on the main pack.
At the line MacAlistair just headed Walters to take the flag in an unusually fast time of 1.12.30. The bunch were led in by Felix English (Corridori) some 50 seconds later.
After the race MacAlistair commented: "It wasn't a particularly hard attack - we just pushed a bit harder and the bunch seemed to give up."
Team Quest's Martin Dawkins finished 11th and moves up to 17th in the overall standings, while Kenton Road Club's Des Gayler was placed 31st.