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Plenty of hard work by Auckland sprintcar driver Daniel Eggleton and his pit crew paid off when he won the Avon Insurance Brokers New Zealand Grand Prix at in trying conditions at City South Van Spares Ruapuna Speedway on Saturday evening, from local Jamie Duff and Dean Brindle (Auckland). Eggleton’s motor developed problems on Thursday meeting at Ruapuna so the team arranged to a spare engine to be flown down to Christchurch on Friday and installed in time to won the national event.

Eggleton finished fourth in his opening heat, won by Jamie Larsen (Kapiti Coast) before taking out the chequered flag in his next heat after moving to the lead on the opening lap going on to win by a clear margin with a real battle for second and third between Skinny Colson (Tauranga) and Wellington Stephen Taylor over the closing laps with the two swapping placing several times before Colson claimed second place. Auckland’s Jamie McDonald took out the other heat along with an earlier third place went into the GP Feature as the top points scorer and elected to start on the outside row of the front row alongside Eggleton.

Due the scorching temperatures and winds the track had ‘slicked’ off when plenty of rubber laid down on the racing surface for the latter part of the meeting when meant throttle and brake control was going to be vital with tyre wear and even fuel a factor over the 30 lap distant. McDonald was the first to come unstuck after leading to the first lap almost spun on the next lap but was straighten up by a rival which damaged a radius rod on McDonald’s car forcing him to retire.

This left Eggleton in front from Colson and local Ray Baughan with interest mid-pack and near the end of the field as the likes of Larsen, Duff, Taylor and Brindle started to move through what was and 18 car field. The leaders were lapping slower cars by lap ten with Larsen and then Duff passing Baughan on the same lap, with Eggleton in control from Colson before another caution light closed the field up.

In the restart Colson was clipped by a rival causing Colson to redraw with a flat tyre. On the green Eggleton again jumped out to a good lead with Larsen and Duff locked together with a further gap to the rest of the field. Eggleton started to lap some of the field for a second time by lap 20. Another caution saw Duff tagged by Taylor on the Town bend cause Duff to spin but he was restarted in his third position. Late in the race tyre ware forced several other retirement with Taylor forced out with a lack of fuel which allowed Brindle to move into third place behind Eggleton and Duff with two lap to run, Allan Chapman was fourth overall from Greymouth’s Steve Thompson and Nelson Kris Gerard, with the other twelve cars falling to finish the race.

In other classes Jeremy Webb continued to dominate in his TQ, with yet other Feature win along with a win and a second in the heats. Glenn Everett and Glen Durie claim a heat win in the midget class, as did Grant Harkness and Kris Jemmett in the Six Shooters with Brad Clive claiming his first wins of the season the in the 1/4 class which included the Feature.

Race Results – Competitors from Christchurch Unless Stated


Avon Insurance Brokers New Zealand Grant Prix

Ht 1. Jamie Larsen (Kapiti Coast) 1, Ray Baughan 2, Jamie McDonald (Auckland) 3.

Ht 2. McDonald 1, Jamie Duff 2, Skinny Colson (Tauranga) 3.

Ht 3. Daniel Eggleton (Auck) 1, Colson 2, Stephen Taylor (Wellington)     

GP Feature. Eggleton 1, Duff 2, Brindle 3, Allan Chapman 4, Steve Thompson (Greymouth) 5, Kris Gerald (Nelson) 6.

Ht 1. Glenn Everett 1, Nick Marquet (Nelson) 2, Blair Low 3.

Ht 2. Glen Durie 1, Gavin Wilkie (Dunedin) 2, Nevil Basalaj (Nelson) 3

Three Quarter Midgets

Ht 1. Jeremy Webb 1, Lindsay Bailey, Kyle Glover 3.

Ht 2. Shane Phillips (Auckland) 1, Ben Gilmore 2, Kimberley Yeatman 3.

Ht 3. Daniel McKinlay 1, Webb 2, Mark Morris 3.

Ht 4. Matt Leversedge 1, Scott Bailey 2, Gareth Nixon 3.

Feature. Webb 1, Phillips 2, Gilmore 3.

Modified Sprints

Ht 1. Tom Lumsden 1, Ben Gilmore 2, Allan Daly 3.

Six Shooters

Ht 1. Kris Jemmett 1, Peter Keith 2, Jason Manson 3.

Ht 2. Grant Harkness 1, Mason 2, Peter Keith 3.  

¼ Midgets

Ht 1. Brad Clive 1, Jayden Bradley (Nelson) 2, Jack Low 3.

Ht 2. Montana Jamieson 1, Bradley 2, Clive 3.

Feature. Clive 1, Bradley 2, Jamieson 3.

Auckland’s Jamie McDonald took out a trilling win in the CJ Phillips Construction Sprintcar Gold Cup at City South Van Spares Ruapuna Speedway on Saturday evening. McDonald from Auckland has been coming south for a number of years for the Gold Cup and finally nailed a win in the iconic event raced over 25 laps.

McDonald’s car came on strongly over the final stages with his set up suiting the lower line after local Jamie Duff had lead the 20 car Feature on the green from Dean Brindle (Auckland), Jamie Larsen (Palm. North) the defending Gold Cup holder, Daniel Eggleton (Auck) and McDonald. Brindle dropped several spots when clipping the wall on lap three.

Duff continued to set an electric pace and at one stage had opened up a fifty metre using the high line. By lap 15 Larsen, also running the high line had closed right on Duff with McDonald now in third place. After several cautions over the closing laps McDonald inched by Larsen coming out of the Town bend and then took the lead going by the start finish line, with Brindle also passing Larsen and Duff to take second place. Larsen then got by Duff with a lap to run with Duff coming back on the final lap to claim third place over all from McDonald and Brindle.

In the heats Brindle set a new 12 lap record of 2 minutes 44.82 when winning the opening heat with Eggleton and Duff also claiming a heat win with the changing track conditions catching several drivers out during the evening watch saw several cars roll but damage was minimal with most cars likely to be auction for the Salute to Goodie on Wednesday evening and the NZ GP next Saturday.

In the support racing Dunedin’s James Robinson took out the Canterbury Six Shooter title from Grant Harkess and Matt Doncliff with just five points between the top four. Jeremey Webb continued impress in the TQ section with the Feature win as well as two heats wins, with Gareth Nixon second on the Feature and a claiming a won and a second on the heats. The racing in the midget class was very even with three different winners with Nelson’s Nevil Basalaj and Glenn Everett in the heats and Nathan Blomquist winning his debut Feature. In the ¼ midget class Nelson Jayden Bradley was second to Montana Jamieson in the opening heat but then come back to win the next heat and the Feature.

Race Results – Competitors from Christchurch Unless Stated


Gold Cup

Ht 1. Dean Brindle (Auck) 1, Jamie Larsen (Palm. North) 2, Jamie Duff 3.

Ht 2. Daniel Eggleton (Auck) 1, Daniel Rogers (Auck) 2, Dean Brindle 3.

Ht 3.Duff 1, Jamie McDonald 2, Kerry Barlett (Ashburton) 3.

25 Lap Feature McDonald 1, Brindle 2,Duff 3, Larsen 4, Eggleton 5, Barlett 6, Steve Thompson 7, Skinny Colson 8, Matt Honeywell (Rakaia) 9, Kris Gerard (Nelson) 10.


Ht 1. Nevil Basalaj (Nelson) 1, Tom Lumsden 2, Glen Durie 3.

Ht 2. Glenn Everett 1, Durie 2, Basalaj 3.

Feature. Nathan Blomquist 1, Everett 2, Tom Lumsden 3.

Three Quarter Midgets

Ht 1. Jeremy Webb 1, Liam McCoubrey 2, James Thompson (Greymouth) 3.

Ht 2. Tim Millar 1, Gareth Nixon 2, Daniel McKinlay 3.

Ht 3. Webb 1, Thompson 2, Scott Bailey 3.

Ht 4. Nixon 1, Millar 2, McKinlay 3.

Feature. Webb 1, Nixon 2, Thompson 3.

Six Shooters – Canterbury Championships

Ht 1. Todd Hay 1, Kirk Hawkins 2, Matt Doncliff 3.

Ht 2. James Robinson (Dunedin) 1, Grant Harkess 2, Peter Keith 3.

Feature. Keith 1, Robinson 2, Harkness 3.

Points: Robinson 29, Harkess 26, Doncliff 25, Keith 24, Jeremy Wright 18, Hay 17, Hawkins 16, Jason Mason & Johnny Able 11, Gene Spooner 17, Tania Ashton 6.

¼ Midgets

Ht 1. Montana Jamieson 1, Jayden Bradley (Nelson) 2, Ben Morgan 3.

Ht 2. Bradley 1, Morgan 2, Courtney Jones 3.

Feature. Bradley 1, Jamieson 2, Brad Clive 3.

The format of the Salute to Goodie Sprintcar Feature raced at City South Van Spares Ruapuna Speedway produced a pulsating finish as Te Anau’s Daniel Anderson became the first back to back winner of the trophy as the chasing pack looked set to catch Anderson on final laps, with New Zealand Test members, Jamie McDonald and Dean Brindle filling second and third place with 5 seconds separating the first 7 cars at the chequered flag.

The Royce Clive Engineering sponsored event saw the highest point scorers start at the back of the Feature, rather than the normal front of the field with the top points scorer then choosing who would fill the next grid and so forth. A second and a win saw Daniel Rogers (Auckland) as the top scorer with other heats wins going to Skinny Colson (Tauranga) and local Jamie Duff and as expected the ‘named drivers found themselves starting near the back with somewhat surprisingly Anderson win last season somehow being by overlooked by most of his sixteen rivals which saw the him start on grid four with rookie Steve Duff junior starting on grid 1.

It was Duff junior that lead the field from the ‘green’ with Anderson in second place by the end of lap one. Duff junior then opened up clear lead from Anderson as several different drivers held third place by the end of the lap fifth with Brindle and McDonald the first of the back makers to make move with Brindle in sixth place on lap nine and up to fourth two laps later behind Matt Honeywell. Third.

Two lap later Duff junior’s lead had all but gone as he and Anderson raced side by side for two laps with the raced then going under caution after Caleb Brooks spun coming out of the CJ Phillips Town bend. On the restart Anderson took the lead in the front straight and quickly opened up what looked to be racing winning lead as the Brindle, McDonald, Jamie Duff and Jamie Larsen (Palmerston North) continued their charge to the front of the field.

Third were three more cautions before the final lap, including one caused by Rogers getting out of sharp and causing Shaun Aston’s car to roll on the Stadium Car Prison bend. The final caution came with two laps to run with Anderson’s leading with two laps cars between McDonald and Brindle, followed by the Duff’s. McDonald and Bridle using the wide line quickly accounted for the laps cars on the penultimate lap and closed right up on Anderson but Anderson held in nerve two record a deserved win, the McDonald leading the freight training home from Bridle, Jamie Duff, Steve Duff jr, Larsen and Colson.

The Midget Feature also saw heat winners Dave Kerr and Glenn Everett battle it lap after lap with Kerr going on to record a narrow. Jeremy Webb and Matt Leversedge were the stand outs in the TQ class with Webb following Leversedge home in the opening heat before winning the next heat and the Feature from Leversedge. Vernon McHaffie secured two wins in his Modified Sprint with Peter Keith taking out the Edge Parts and Performance Trophy Challenge from Todd Hay and Kirk Hawkins.

Race Results – Competitors from Christchurch Unless Stated


Royce Clive Engineering Salute To Goodie

Ht 1. Skinny Colson (Tauranga) 1, Dean Brindle (Auckland) 2, Jamie Larsen (Auck.) 3.

Ht 2. Jamie Duff 1, Daniel Rogers (Auck.) 2, Brindle 3.

Ht 3. Rogers 1, Shaun Ashton 2, Ray Baughan 3.

Feature. Daniel Anderson (Te Anau) 1, McDonald 2, Brindle 3, J Duff 4, Steve Duff Jr 5, Larsen 6, Colson 7, Matt Honeywell 8, Kerry Barlett 9, Kyle Shearing (Invercargill) 10.

Ht 1. Dave Kerr 1, Glenn Everett 2, Garry Chadwick 3.

Ht 2. Everett 1, Kerr 2, Brian Fridd 3.

Feature. Kerr 1, Everett 2, Fridd 3.

Three Quarter Midgets

Ht 1. Matt Leversedge 1, Jeremy Webb 2, Gareth Nixon 3.

Ht 2. Webb 1, Leversedge 2, Ben Gilmore 3.

Feature. Webb 1, Leversedge 2, Gilmore 3.

Extra Race. Matt Davison 1 Liam McCourbrey 2, Alisha McLauchlan (Nelson) 3. , Modified Sprints

Ht 1. Vernon McHaffie 1, Ben Gilmore 2, Brendon Daly 3.

Ht 2. Gilmore 1, B Daly 2, Allan Daly 3.

Feature. McHaffie 1, Gilmore 2, B Daly 3.

Six Shooters – Trophy Challenge

Ht 1. Todd Hay 1, Matt Doncliff 2, Kirk Hawkins 3.

Ht 2. Peter Keith 1, Jason Corboy 2, Ben Smit 3

Feature. Jason Manson 1, Keith 2, James Robinson (Dunedin) 3.

Overall Placings: Keith 1st, Hay 2nd, Hawkins 3rd.

Matt Honeywell collected his third win in four rounds of the $60,000 War of the Sprintcar series at City South Van Spares Ruapuna Speedway on Saturday evening to hold a commanding 70 point lead at the mid-point of the South Island wide series over Australian Allan Woods on 310 with the defending champion Jason Scott of Cromwell in third place overall on 295.

Honeywell from Rakaia showed from the opening heat that he was going to the driver to beat when leading out from the first lap from Woods with a great dice then developing between the two with Honeywell having a moment on the closing laps when lapping Allan Chapman with the two cars touching with Nelson’s Steve Sullivan third.

Sullivan’s son Brett took out the next heat clocking the fastest lap of the evening of 13.22 seconds taking the chequered flag from Scott and local Ray Baughan with Honeywell content to come home in fourth. Te Anau’s Daniel Anderson claimed the third heat from Woods with Nelson’s Kris Gerard in third place.

In the 25 lap Feature, Woods and Honeywell were on the front row as that top point scorers with Woods quickly leading out from Honeywell with the next four cars racing nose to tail. Woods has opened up a 20 metre lead when the race went under yellow after Greg Teece (Nelson) spun. On the restart Woods then spun on the Stadium Cars Prison Bend and dropped back to seventh place. Honeywell took over the lead with Brett Sullivan second from Anderson, Scott and Steve Anderson. With five laps remaining Honeywell lead was cut into by Brett Sullivan who then had to fight off a challenge from Anderson on the last two laps with Honeywell holding on for the win to collect 100 series points from Sullivan and Anderson with less than two seconds separating the three at the finish line

In other classes Jeremy Webb continued his hot form in his TQ with a Feature win and well as a second and a third in the heats which were won by Liam McCourbrey and Kyle Glover. Nelson’s Nevil Basalaj come back strongly after a rolling in his first heat two win the back to back Feature wins. Peter Keith come out on top in the Six Shooters after Kirk Hawkins won the earlier heats. The sidecars made their first appearance of the season with Clint Warwood/Paul Auton unbeaten in the heats with the Final called off after Brent Moyle and Karl Haddock flipped on the Prison Bend. In the ¼ Midget section Montana Jamieson and Nelson Jayden Bradley continued to dominate

City South Van Spares Race Results – Competitors from Christchurch Unless Stated

Sprintcars – War of the Wings – Round 4

Ht 1. Matt Honeywell (Rakaia) 1, Allan Woods (Aust) 2, Steve Sullivan (Nelson) 3.

Ht 2. Brent Sullivan (Nelson) 1, Jason Scott (Cromwell) 2, Ray Baughan 3.

Ht 3. Daniel Anderson (Te Anau) 1, Woods 2, Kris Gerard (Nelson) 3

Feature. Honeywell 1, B Sullivan 2, Anderson 3, Scott 4, S Sullivan 5, Woods 6, Baughan 7, Gerard 8.

Series Points: Honeywell 380, Woods 310, Scott 295, S Sullivan 260, B Sullivan 245, Anderson 225, Baughan 215, Paddy North (Blenheim) 180, Gerard 180, Steve Duff jnr 175, Shaun Ashton 165, Kerry Bartlett (Ashburton) 120, Stephen Thompson (Nelson) 105, Allan Chapman 105, Stephen Taylor (Wellington) 100, Greg Teece (Nelson) 100, Caleb Brooks 85, Mark Evans (Cromwell) 45, Scotty Gordon (Invercargill) 40, Jamie Duff 30.

Three Quarter Midgets

Ht 1. Liam McCourbrey 1, Jeremy Webb 2, Daniel Jenkins 3.

Ht 2. Kyle Glover 1, Gavin Chappell 2, Webb 3.

Feature. Webb 1, Ben Gilmore 2. Gareth Nixon 3.


Ht 1. Dave Kerr (Southbridge) 1, Glenn Everett 2, Nick Marquet (Nelson) 3.

Ht 2. Brian Fridd 1, Kerr 2, Marquet 3.

Feature. Nevil Basalaj (Nelson) 1, Gavin Wilkie (Dunedin) 2, Everett 3.


Ht 1. Clint Warwood/Paul Auton 1, Brett Moyle/Karl Haddock 2, Paul Anderson/ Nick Case 3.

Ht 2. Warwood/Auton 1, Moyle/Haddock 2, Anderson/ Case 3.

Six Shooters

Ht 1. Kirk Hawkins 1, Grant Harkess 2, Ben Smit 3.

Ht 2. Hawkins 1, Jemmett 2, Jason Manson 3.

Feature. Peter Keith 1, Manson 2, Jemmett 3.

¼ Midgets

Ht 1. Montana Jamieson 1, Jayden Bradley 2, Brad Clive 3.

Ht 2. Bradley 1, Jamieson 2, Dylan Forsey 3.

Feature. Jamieson 1, Bradley 2, Courtney Jones 3.

Excellent track conditions at City South Van Spares Ruapuna Speedway on Saturday evening lead to fast close racing in all classes with Jeremy Webb taking out the Ryan Stone Tribute Feature in the Three Quarter Midget section.

The Tribute race was stopped in the fifth lap when Gareth Bindon ‘s car rode a wheel of a rival going into the Stadium Cars Prison bend sending his car on a wild ride of flips and rolls for 60 metres along the top of the concrete safety fence. Bindon was unhurt and quickly climbed out of his heavily damaged machine.

When the race restarted Webb continued to close in on the leaders after starting at the back of the field and took the lead on lap six and slowly build up a heady lead as interested focused in the minor placing with Daniel McKinley holding out Scott Bailey by less than a car length for second place with less than a second between Ryan Chapman, Liam McCourbrey and Kimberley Yeatman who filled the next three placing.

Nelson’s Nevil Basalaj won the second round of the Southern Midget car series but only just from Tom Lumdsen who has lead from the opening lap. Basalaj had to start at back of the field after finishing as top scorer with a win and a fourth place in the heats, Glenn Everett was the other heat winner after having a great battle with Lumsden. In the Feature Lumsden quickly took the lead from Blair Low with Nick Marquet (Nelson) and Balalaj in third and fourth place.

Low was passed by Marquet and Basalaj on lap five with the three leading cars then raced nose to tail to the next four laps until Basalaj claimed second place in the CJ Phillips Construction Town bend. Lumsden continued to hold out Baslaj as the laps run down but as the two leaders were about to lap some rivals on the final lap Lumsden was blocked for a split second and that was enough for Basalaj to blast inside to take the lead and take the chequered flag by 0.38 seconds from the unlucky Lumsden with Marquet third from Dave Kerr, Dunedin Gavin Wilkie and Everett.

A smaller than normal field of Sprintcars also produced close racing with Caleb Brooks claiming his major wins with winning the first 5 lap dashs with Matt Honeywell when winning the next three dashs. As usual the Six Shooter racing was very even with Matthew Anderson (Dunedin) and Peter Keith winning a heat with Kris Jemmett taking out the Feature. Nelson’s Jayden Bradley claimed a hat-trick of wins in his ¼ Midget with Montana Jamieson and Hunter Rowlands providing the main opposition.

Race Results – Competitors from Christchurch Unless Stated

Three Quarter Midgets

Ryan Stone Tribute

Ht 1. Daniel McKinley 1, Jeremy Webb 2, Ryan Chapman 3.

Ht 2. Ben Gilmore 1, Gareth Bindon 2, Alicia McLauchlan (Nelson) 3.

Feature. Webb 1, McKinley 2, Scott Bailey 3.

Top 10. Webb 1, Kyle Glover 2, Ryan Chapman 3.


Southern Series - Round 2

Ht 1. Glenn Everett 1, Gavin Wilkie (Dunedin) 2, Nick Marquet (Nelson) 3.

Ht 2. Nevil Basalij 1, Dave Kerr 2, Tom Lumsden 3.

Feature. Basalij 1, Lumsden 2, Marquet 3.


5 x 5

Leg 1. Caleb Brooks 1, Ray Baughan 2, Matt Honeywell (Rakaia) 3.

Leg 2. Brooks 1, Alan Chapham 2, Baughan 3.

Leg 3. Honeywell 1, Chapman 2, Baughan 3.

Leg 4. Honeywell 1, Brooks 2, Chapman 3.

Leg 5. Honeywell 1, Baughan 2, Chapman 3.

Final Points: Honeywell 19, Brooks 16, Chapman 15, Baughan 15, Steve Duff jnr 7.

Modified Sprints

Ht 1. Caleb Baughan 1, Verdon McHaffie 2, Alan Daly 3.

Ht 2. McHaffie 1, Baughan 2.

Feature. Baughan 1, McHaffie 2, Daly 3.

Six Shooters

Ht 1. Matthew Anderson (Dunedin) 1, Grant Harkess 2, Ben Smit 3.

Ht 2. Peter Keith 1, Harkess 2, Anderson 3.

Feature. Kris Jemmett 1, Todd Hay 2, Harkess 3.

¼ Midgets

Ht 1. Jaydan Bradley (Nelson) 1, Montana Jamieson 2, Hunter Rowland 3.

Ht 2. Bradley 1, Rowland 2, Jamieson 3.

Feature. Bradley 1, Brad Clive 2, Jamieson 3.


Local Matt Honeywell tasted success in the opening meeting of the new season at at City South Van Spares Ruapuna Speedway when winning the first round of the Sprintcar War of the Wings series, from Australian Allan Woods with Cromwell’s Jason Scott in third place. The racing was fast and furious throughout the heats and the 25 lap Feature with several cars involved in racing incidents which saw them roll and flip into the concrete safety fence.

Woods who had boasted earlier in the week that he was here to show the local’s how to drive took out the opening heat from Honeywell and Brett Sullivan (Nelson). Christchurch’s Ray Baughan won the second heat after being pressed all the way by Honeywell over the closing laps who had charged from the back of the field with Sullivan third.

Scott, the current WoW title holder was a clear winner of the final heat from Nelson’s Kris Gerard with Shaun Ashton impressing with third in his debut meeting in a sprintcar. The race was stopped on lap three when Nelson’s Greg Teece hooked a wheel going into the Prison bend and rolling heavily into the safety fence with Teece quickly climbing unhurt from the badly damaged machine.

The Feature turned into an epic battle between Honeywell and Woods with Woods leading out early with Honeywell a close second with plenty of passing going on back down the 15 car field. At one stage Woods opened up to two second lead only for Honeywell to slowly close the gap and for several laps the two cars raced side by side as they reeled of low 13 second laps.

Honeywell made his decisive move on lap 20 and blasted by Woods to go in to take the chequered flag by less than a second with Scott holding out the fast finishing Sullivan, Daniel Anderson (Te Anau) and Nelson’s rookie Steve Thompson.

Nelson’s Nevil Basalaj won all three midgetcar events with Nick Marquet (Nelson) showing the potential of his new car with a second and two third’s. In the Feature Basalaj had to work hard to get by Blair Low with Low keeping this his Toyota, one of the smallest powered car on the prefect race line with Basalaj only claiming the lead on the last two laps.

As usual the Three Quarter midgetcar fields turned in close racing with four different winners with current NZ #3 , Jeremy Webb winning the Top 10 event and then had two seconds, two Kate Warren and Tim Millar but had to settle for third the the Feature behind Lindsay Bailey and Liam McCoubrey.

Caleb Baughan took out the Feature in the Modified Sprint division with Allan Daly and Ben Gilmore claiming a heat win. Nelson’s Jayden Bradley took out the open heats in the ¼ midget class with Ben Morgan heading Bradley home in the Feature.


Race Results (Competitors from Christchurch Unless Stated)

Sprintcars - Wars of Wings

Ht 1. Allan Woods (Aust) 1, Matt Honeywell 2, Brett Sullivan (Nelson) 3.

Ht 2. Ray Baughan 1, Matt Honeywell 2, B Sullivan (Nelson) 3

Ht 3. Jason Scott (Cromwell) 1, Kris Gerard (Nelson) 2, Shaun Ashton 3.

Feature. Honeywell 1, Woods 2, Scott 3, B Sullivan 4, Daniel Anderson (Cromwell) 5, Steve Thompson (Nelson) 6, Steve Sullivan (Nelson) 7, Paddy North (Blenheim) 8, Gerard 9, Kenny Bartlett 10.   


Ht 1.Nevil Basalaj (Nelson) 1, Glenn Everett 2, Nick Marquet (Nelson) 3.

Ht 2. Basalaj 1, Marquet 2, Brian Barclay 3.

Feature. Basalaj 1, Blair Low 2, Marquet 3.

Three Quarter Midgets.

Top 10. Jeremy Webb 1, Matt Leversedge 2, Liam McCoubrey 3.

Ht 1. Kate Warren 1, Webb 2, Scott Bailey 3.

Ht 2. Tim Millar 1, Webb 2, Gareth Bindon 3. 

Feature. Lindsay Bailey 1, McCoubrey 2, Webb 3.

Modified Sprints

Ht 1.Allan Daly 1, Jimmy Doyle, Vernon McHaffie 3.

Ht 2. Ben Gilmore 1, Doyle 2, Caleb Baughan 3.

Feature. Baughan 1, Gilmore 2, McHaffie 3.

Quarter Midgets

Ht 1. Jayden Bradley (Nelson) 1, Ben Morgan 2, Montana Jamieson 3.

Ht 2. Bradley 1, Jamieson 2, Jack Low 3. 

Feature. Morgan 1, Bradley 2, Low 3.