TOM Moses continued his good form to play a prominent role in JLT Condor's dominance of the Skipton Grand Prix.

Having won the second stage of the Tour of the Reservoir, the Oakworth rider followed that success with fourth spot in the HSBC National Circuit Racing Series race.

The night belonged to the JLT Condor team as Moses' team-mate Jon Mould claimed victory and their riders filled five of the top six places.

Mould held off the challenge of BIKE Channel Canyon rider Harry Tanfield, who fought bravely despite being a lone force.

Twenty-year-old Matt Gibson took third place - giving him the overall lead in the series - as JLT went 86 points clear of their nearest challengers in the team standings, while Brenton Jones and Graham Briggs fifth and sixth respectively behind Moses.

The dry conditions, so welcome after the opening race in the series was contested in pouring rain at Otley, meant that the pace of the race was high.

Moses was the first to launch an attack before Tanfield and Mould upped the tempo.

The intermediate sprint prize went to Mold before Moses joined him at the front in a move which was to prove significant.

Tanfield responded by breaking from the pack and joining the leaders. He was followed by Gibson which meant he was the only none JLT Condor rider in the leading quartet.

The top four were clear of the field and after attacks from Moses, Tanfield and Gibson, Mold timed his sprint perfectly to take the victory.

Spectators came out in force again to watch another thrilling night of racing around the streets of Skipton, with crowd numbers reaching 5,000.

Former Oakbank School pupil Moses showed his sprinting prowess days earlier in claiming his stage win in the Tour of the Reservoir.

His victory came in a grandstand finish as Moses beat team-mate Ian Bibby and Madison Genesis star Jonathan McEvoy to claim a memorable triumph in the event which skirts round Derwent Reservoir in County Durham.