T-Mobile?s Mark Cavendish could not repeat Friday?s victory at Knokke-Heist on Saturday?s stage of the Eneco Tour - but his fourth place behind veteran fastman Robbie McEwen does put the Briton into the lead of the points competition.

Cavendish lost contact with his lead-out man Roger Hammond some three kilometres from the finish at Putte, and was unable to fully dispute the stage?s bunch sprint.

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