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Last chance Leuchars! ScotMX SACU Scottish Motocross Championship – Race Report and Results
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Last chance Leuchars! ScotMX SACU Scottish Motocross Championship – Race Report and Results

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The scene was set at one of Scotland’s well-known racetracks which has been the venue for many great race meetings in the past. Set in North East Fife right next to Leuchars Air Base, there were some highflyers ready to do battle over the weekend.

Report and Images by Raymond Thomson – Madmaxmedia

With nearly all the class champions yet to be decided, there was a lot on the line. Stuart Flockhart and his team worked hard with track owner Jock Fleming to make sure the track was in prime condition and with the weather being kind, it was a glorious venue for the riders to enjoy some hard racing. If the thought of some exciting racing wasn’t enough, local hero MXGP rider Shaun Simpson was in attendance at the meeting and a big draw for riders young and old. Shaun took the time to do a “Man in the Van” interview with Sean Doherty, also a well-respected ex-rider and Scotlands Vets Des Nations Team Manager. We would also find out there were a few special one-off rides from some very famous current and ex-champions.

Martin Barr

MX1 / MX2

Leuchars gave the MX1 and MX2 riders a final chance to test themselves not only against each other but one of the toughest tracks in Britain. The championship regulars were to have an additional challenge with ex MXGP multiple race winner and British Champion Billy MacKenzie and Billy Bolt, the Two Time Enduro World Champion.

After a tough race at Fat Cats last week, the top riders relished another stiff test at Leuchars, and the onlookers would no be disappointed by the intense racing.

Billy Mackenzie

MX2 – Sponsored by Safe Access Highland

Jay Hague had a great start in the MX2 race, but it would not last, his bike packed in on the second race and he had a DNF. This gave the opportunity for Kyle McNicoll to improve on his third place in race 1 to bag two well-deserved race wins for the Overall 1st. Tony Craig swapped classes from his normal MX1 to race MX2. It was a miracle he was even on the start line considering his hand injury from the previous week but as ever, the hard-riding scot proved he was made of tough stuff and managed three-second places. He even rode from dead last at the first corner in the third race to secure 2nd in the MX2. Ryan Thomson rode consistently to finish ahead of Steven Craig who managed to finish ahead of Jay Hague as he tried to salvage some points on a borrowed two-stroke. It was a great result for Jay as he won the ScotMX championship with these hard-earned points. Seth Moir finished sixth completing only two races, it was a tough day for the youngster. Not as tough as Carlton Husband, after a heavy crash at the start, he fought his way back from last to fourth but that was his day done.

Jay Hague MX2 Champion – Picture courtesy of Peter Greenwood

MX1 – Sponsored by Carnegie Fuels

Martin Barr had a great outing at Fat Cats and hoped to continue at Leuchars. John Adamson was always going to threaten and did so in true fashion in race 1 as he turned the hole shot into a commanding lead and win by nearly half a lap. John posted the fastest lap of the weekend in race 1 and carried that over into race 2 as Brad Todd got the better of Martin Barr again in the second race. Martin Barr didn’t take it lying down in the third race as he showed his speed and determination by coming from 4th on the first lap through to first by lap 5 as John Adamson and Brad Todd swapped places after Todd grabbed the hole shot. Adamson made a mistake on lap 5 and Barr capitalised and powered onto the win but the overall went to Adamson. Barr managed to grab the overall second from Todd as his win in race 3 was enough to beat Todd by 1 point and also bag the ScotMX championship. It was a deserved third for Brad Todd but he must’ve felt he was on for a battle for the overall first after his two second places and his hole shot in the third race. Let’s not forget the rest of the field as the quality on show was incredible. Gary Gibson had a creditable ride as his fastest lap of race 2 was rewarded with an overall fourth. Ben Edwards edged out the fast charging Billy Bolt for fifth as the season ended well for the young scot. There had been a real buzz in the paddock when the rumours Billy Bolt had booked a last-minute ride and he did not disappoint. Seeing him race with some of the fastest MX guys in the sport at the moment was a pleasure and he used every ounce of his enduro skills at some areas of the track where he found lines from nowhere.

Martin Barr MX1 Champion – Picture courtesy of Peter Greenwood

Speaking to Billy after his first ScotMX Championship race, he reported from his hotel room in Austria…. “I flew to Austria this morning to do some real work, some extreme enduro testing but I’m in my hotel with a massage roller trying to get in some shape to ride my bike tomorrow but I’m hangin, I won’t lie”. Billy went on to say how much he enjoyed the meeting and that he was made very welcome by Stu and the team and he’s looking forward to coming back.

Billy Bolt

Autos

Some shrewd track management made sure the Auto races would be exciting for the right reasons. The track was shortened, and this meant the MX mums and Dads were able to watch their “wee heroes” closely as they ripped round, and they kept their eyes on their prize. It may have been a shortened track, but this led to some very thrilling racing. Ethan Gawley was untouchable all weekend. Grabbing hole shots and disappearing from the pack was pretty much what he did but this meant that the remaining podium places would be fought out between Ronnie Moar and Zak Hendry. Zak was the more consistent rider with 4 second places over the weekend but a costly final race meant that his 8th place would lead to him finishing third, but it was enough for Zak to win the Scot MX Auto’s championship. Ronnie managed to match Zak on points but with his better placing in the last race, this gave him the higher placing. Tucker Moffat was the best of the rest as his steady riding gave him some breathing room ahead of Lyall Rutherford who showed some good speed, but a few minor crashes would ultimately lead to his 5th overall. Only 4 points separated the next four riders and it was Olly O’Brien who came out on top for 6th. Two Scottish MX stalwarts got to see their boys’ race for the first time. Tony Craig and Morton Hannah watched Seb Craig and Liam Hannah battle it out at close quarters in between their own races!

Zak Hendry

65’s

There’s always a ding dong battle in the 65’s and this weekend was no different. Liam Bell and Alfie Heron would battle it out for the overall and Jaden Anderson did his best to mix it for the top spot. Liam got 4/5 race wins as Alfie managed to spoil his full house with a race win in the third race. This secured the ScotMX championship for Liam. Jaden’s highlight was a well deserved second place in the first race and he was never out of the top 4 all weekend. Malachi Allan threatened all weekend but a DNF in race one put paid to his chance’s straight way. A second and two thirds showed he could’ve placed on the podium. Ryan Prentice and Robbie Scott grabbed 5th and 6th respectively as only 1 point split the pair. Hayden Gibson ended up on the same points as Robbie, but he finished behind him in the last race.

The 65’s battling it out

85’s Small Wheel and Big Wheel

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The mix of small wheel and big wheel always brings a special element to any race meeting as the smaller bikes try to out do their larger counter parts and this makes for some great racing. Lewis Spratt won four out of the five races as he was dominant for most of the weekend, but Rhys Whyment’s last race win was fitting as he guaranteed himself the ScotMX championship. Jamie Prentice rode consistently with four 3rd places to complete the podium. The unmistakable bark of Billy Haddow’s CRF stands out in the class as he’s the only 4 stroke rider. He bagged a deserved 4th ahead of James McGowan and Samuel Logan who were 2 points apart for their 5th and 6th places.

The race is on in the 85’s

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Jack Fletcher had already wrapped up the championship before Leuchars, but this didn’t stop him showing his dominance in the class. It was normal service for Jack as he grabbed the hole shots and four race wins but he did have a challenge in his final race as he dropped to the back of the pack as he wrestle with his clutch lever banging it til he sorted the issue. He then spent the rest of the race riding through the pack as if his championship depended on it! He would eventually make it back to 5th and still bag the overall. The meant that Bert Kelly got a race 5 win to cement his four second places. With just over 1s between their lap times, Jack and Bert showed their class at the front of the field. Undaunted by the race leaders, Ewan Watson pushed hard all weekend to make sure he would finish on the podium and it was good to see him finish out the season healthy after having some serious career threatening injuries last year. Gavin Scott had some thrills and spills along the way to his fourth overall and he was well ahead of Ewen McPherson and Lucy Barker who battled it out for 5th and 6th finishing one point apart.

Rhys Whyment

Rookies

It was the Ben Kennedy show again as the Irish rider showed his class. Ben would ride to four race wins well ahead of the pack until the final race where an uncharacteristic third would blot his copy book. James Barkers had pushed his screaming 2 stroke all weekend to secure second with the reward of a race 5 win. The ScotMX championship was won Reece Dawson who had a solid weekend finishing three points ahead of Charley Irwin for the final podium place. Reece was met at the finish line by his friends and family who sprayed him with some form of fizzy drinks (resembling Champagne!). Charley managed to finish ahead of Ayden Smith as they battled hard for fourth. Jack Winthrop had a comfortable 6th place and seemed relieved to finish the weekend on a high as the track certainly was a tough test.

Ben Kennedy

Vets

Over 40’s

Stephen Kelly had the pleasure of watching his son do well again in the 85’s but this did not distract him from his racing. Being trackside for his son then leaping straight onto his bike might have put some people off but not Stephen as he set about Barry Grays fast starting hole shots to ease past the Scottish vet and secure all three wins. The pair were of course no strangers as they have raced at the Vets Des Nations and as ever Stephen came out on top. Barry rode the track well and showed why he is the top Vet in Scotland and stayed well clear of the frantic racing behind him. With the mix of the fast 40+ and 50+ Vets, it was a thrilling race to watch. There were personal battles all the way down the field as Neil Griffiths grabbed the final podium spot as Alan Deans poor second race meant he slipped back to fourth. Alasdair McGowan and Mark Mason finished out the top 6 as Barry Smith tried desperately to hang on for his second place in the championship but it was Alasdair that ran out overall winner of the ScotMX O40’s championship.

Stephen Kelly, Vets Over 40 winner

Over 50’s

After a 15yr hiatus from riding, Tony Whitelaw had spent the last year riding at his local practice tracks and trying to find a bike that suited him. It looks like it had been time well spent as he showed Morton Hannah, he still had it in him to bag the top spot. Hannah pushed at times to show Tony he was still the man to beat in the O50 class, but costly mistakes meant he’d finish second overall but still claimed the ScotMX O50’s championship . With his son also racing, Morton could be forgiven for being slightly distracted but Whitelaw showed no mercy. The ever present Craig Smith put his 125 on the podium as he rode hard all day. Another rider who had not been on a bike for many years showed there was still life in the old dog. Les Winthrop borrowed MX2 rider Ryan Thomson’s spare KTM bike and wrestled the machine round for a creditable fourth place. Les’ son Jack raced in the Rookies, so he managed a higher placing than his young protégé! When it comes to son’s who race there can be no better result than what Ian Wilson experienced on Sunday. The consistent vet secured 5th overall ahead of Brian Fraser but he rode with tears in his eyes in the last race as he got news on the start line seconds before the 15s board that his son Reece Wilson had won the Downhill Mountain Bike World Championship race in Leogang, Austria! What an incredible piece of news to get and to have to think about during a race! Well done Reece Wilson!

Alasdair McGowan

Adult ‘C’

Dylan Grieve came into Sunday with high expectations of rounding out the season with three race wins. The scene was set but after winning the first race, Dylan injured his shoulder in race 2 ending his day there. He didn’t have it all his own way in race one as two very quick lads joined the final race of the season and got out the gate to threaten Dylan’s dominance. Dylan had done enough to be ScotMX champion though. Jamie Clarke would grab the hole shots and three podiums for the overall but not without a hard fought win against Henry Kerr. Henry, a Mountain Bike rider rode an old 2007 125 KTM two stroke but his talent came shining through. The pair would finish on equal points, but Jamie grabbed the overall with his final race win. Relatively new to riding, it was a fantastic win for the Irishman and well worth the trip. Henry was desperately unlucky not to get the overall as he rode from dead last in the final race after trouble at the first corner and it proved difficult to pass Myles Nelson and David Dickson as they were in a race long battle themselves. Kerr eventually got Nelson, but Dickson stayed ahead of Kerr to secure a final race second and the overall third. Nelson would fall back a few places, and this allowed Douglas Campbell the fourth overall. Myles Nelson Scott Mair rounded out the top 6 after a solid ride.

Jamie Clarke

Adult ‘B’
If only Sean Henderson could finish a race as fast as he starts, his blisteringly fast hole shots unfortunately didn’t end in race wins. He still did enough to finish on the podium in third but that should not detract from the fact that Steven McCormack is the man to beat in this class. Three out of three race wins and fastest laps in each race demonstrated his dominance. Ryan Garthwaite’s solid riding secured the overall second ahead of Henderson. James Haddow had an impressive ride finishing in a well deserved fourth as he returns from injury to show he’s not lost his speed. He even had to work his way through the pack in one race after a tussle at the start. Craig Hutchison and Reece Robertson would battle it out for 5th as Ross Marshall missed out on a top 6 after a bad crash at the first corner meant he fought through the pack to 7th thus limiting his chances. Special mention to veteran rider Brian Alexander for riding his 1983 Honda CR480 in this class, riding for fun without a transponder, he was mixing it in with the young guns up front much to the amazement of most of the onlookers, fair play Brian. His bike looked great and smelt even better!

Reece Dawson – SACA Rookie Champion

It was a tough weekend for some riders and inevitably a few crashes so here’s hoping the injured riders are on the mend soon. Aaron McCarroll had a heavy crash in the second wrecking his bike and unfortunately, Morgan Robertson piled into the bike doing himself some damage. The medical crew were on hand quickly and got him off for treatment.

Steven McCormack

The ScotMX Championship triumphed over adversity and delivered some great race meetings. With a re-energised SACU, Stuart Flockhart has worked hard to bring back a Motocross series and with it, a trophy that goes back to 1955. That in itself is no mean feat and he has been able to do this with the backing of some serious support. Along with Carnegie Fuels and Safe Access Highland who sponsored the MX1 and MX2 races, Stirling Power Sports had the inventive Blu-Cru Cup which recognised Yamaha riders in their respective classes. Milwaukee Tools gave support to every class racing by providing vouchers which could be claimed in conjunction with PowerToolMate.co.uk. This made for some very competitive racing as each rider did their best to bag some tools! AMD Contract Services LTD provided cash prizes for Hole-Shots which again, made sure everyone was involved in the dash for cash. Dyce Carriers and recent sponsor addition MRDS have supported ScotMX to make sure the best possible event could happen. Westerton Access contributed to making sure the medical cover was supplied for the meetings and assure the riders they would be in safe hands.

Jack Fletcher

ScotMX are now setting their sights on 2021 when the series will be back with a 5 or 6 round championship on the cards.

Results

MX1

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 49 x John Adamson 72 25 25 22
2 50 Martin BARR 65 20 20 25
3 714 Brad TODD 64 22 22 20
4 4 Gary Gibson 54 18 18 18
5 3 Ben EDWARDS 47 16 15 16
6 293 Billy BOLT 45 14 16 15
7 56 Edward BRISCOE 36 9 13 14
8 71 Owen HENDRY 33 11 11 11
9 211 Billy MacKENZIE 26 12 14 –
10 110 Scott HAMILTON 25 – 12 13
11 311 Aaron McCARROLL 24 15 9 –
12 506 Grant FRASER 22 – 10 12
13 318 Ewan KERMAC 13 13 – –
14 211x Morgan ROBERTSON 10 10 – –

MX2

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 577 Kyle McNICOLL 70 20 25 25
2 57 Tony CRAIG 66 22 22 22
3 181 Ryan THOMSON 56 16 20 20
4 99 Steven CRAIG 49 15 18 16
5 77 Jay HAGUE 43 25 – 18
6 101 Seth Moir 30 14 16 –
7 6 Carlton HUSBAND 18 18 – –

Auto’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4 r 5
1 70 Ethan GAWLAY 125 25 25 25 25 25
2 132 Ronnie MOAR 100 20 18 20 20 22
3 73 Zak HENDRY 100 22 22 22 22 12
4 127 Tucker Moffat 83 18 16 18 13 18
5 874 Lyall RUTHERFORD 76 11 20 12 18 15
6 33 Olly O’BRIEN 74 16 14 14 14 16
7 220 Cameron BERRY 73 13 12 16 12 20
8 88 Ivan WILLIAMSON 73 14 15 15 16 13
9 127X Joe MacLEOD 70 15 13 13 15 14
10 133 Harris CURRAN 47 9 10 10 8 10
11 22 Johnathan Campbell 45 8 9 8 11 9
12 28 Liam HANNAH 43 10 8 7 10 8
13 57 Seb CRAIG 38 12 11 9 6 –
14 115 Cooper Brennan 34 7 7 6 7 7
15 87 Caleb SHERA 31 – – 11 9 11

65’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4 r 5
1 38 Liam BELL 122 25 25 22 25 25
2 10 Alfie Heron 107 20 22 25 18 22
3 33 Jaden ANDERSON 98 22 20 18 20 18
4 4 Malachi ALLAN 80 – 18 20 22 20
5 100 Ryan PRENTICE 74 18 10 15 15 16
6 13 Robbie SCOTT 73 13 13 16 16 15
7 24 Hayden GIBSON 73 16 15 14 14 14
8 2 Alfie LAWRIE 57 14 12 13 8 10
9 78 Ryan Jackson 55 10 14 11 7 13
10 26 Tyler MEARNS 55 7 16 8 12 12
11 305 Mason ALLEN 55 11 11 12 13 8
12 534 Robbie PEACE 48 15 7 7 10 9
13 221 Kian McGILL 46 6 9 9 11 11
14 10x Kyle GRAHAM 46 12 8 10 9 7
15 88 George Dryden 31 8 6 6 6 5
16 67 Michael Paterson 30 9 5 5 5 6
17 66 Maddox Patterson 20 4 4 4 4 4
18 111 Scott McNEESH 13 5 3 – 2 3
19 600 Callum Smith 9 1 – 3 3 2
20 15 Jack MORRIT 7 3 2 2 – –
21 222 Riley Crawford 6 2 1 1 1 1

Small Wheel 85’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4 r 5
1 21 Lewis SPRATT 122 25 25 25 25 22
2 42 Rhys WHYMENT 103 22 22 22 12 25
3 122 Jamie PRENTICE 95 20 20 15 20 20
4 4 Billy HADDOW 91 15 18 20 22 16
5 99 James McGowan 82 16 15 18 18 15
6 66 Samuel LOGAN 80 14 16 16 16 18
7 30 Dylan THORNDICK 70 13 14 14 15 14
8 27 Tyler PEACOCK 64 11 13 13 14 13
9 11 Chloe Hamer 60 12 11 12 13 12
10 19 Scott McPHEE 30 18 12 – – –

Big Wheel 85’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4 r 5
1 310 Jack FLETCHER 118 25 25 25 25 18
2 25 Bert Kelly 113 22 22 22 22 25
3 120 Ewan WATSON 100 18 20 20 20 22
4 5 Gavin SCOTT 91 20 18 15 18 20
5 246 Ewen McPHERSON 78 13 16 18 15 16
6 3 Lucy BARKER 77 16 14 16 16 15
7 199 Declan Taylor 64 14 12 13 11 14
8 168 Nash Allen 63 11 13 12 14 13
9 71 Reilly McKENZIE 59 12 15 14 7 11
10 96 Reagan McKENZIE 54 10 11 11 12 10
11 26S Lewis GOW 52 7 10 10 13 12
12 12 Charlie MacDonald 45 9 8 9 10 9
13 22 Dylan Hamer 36 6 7 7 8 8
14 121 Rossi CRAWFORD 34 8 9 8 9 –
15 70 Troy FLOCKHART 15 15 – – – –

Rookies

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4 r 5
1 10x Ben Kennedy 120 25 25 25 25 20
2 410 James BARKER5 106 15 22 22 22 25
3 8 Reece DAWSON 94 22 20 18 16 18
4 50 Charley Irwin 91 18 16 20 15 22
5 666 Aydon SMITH 90 20 18 16 20 16
6 30 Jack WINTHROP 73 16 15 15 14 13
7 5 Ryan Watt 60 12 13 14 10 11
8 44 Marley NELSON 59 10 11 11 13 14
9 99 Alexander CHAUVIN 59 11 14 13 11 10
10 300 Calum More 54 13 12 9 8 12
11 81 Logan FERGUSON 47 14 – 12 12 9
12 101 Tyla Muir 43 8 10 10 7 8
13 29 Jamie McKAY 37 7 9 5 9 7
14 747 Josh GRAY 33 – – – 18 15
15 711 Tallon LEASK 30 6 7 6 5 6
16 55 Brian ANDERSON 21 5 8 8 – –
17 94 Charlie ALLEN 18 – 3 4 6 5
18 20 Ewan Aiken 16 4 5 7 – –
19 27 Caydan MEARNS 13 9 4 – – –
20 10 Aaron ROLLO 9 3 6 – – –
21 186 Dylan MULLIGAN 9 1 1 – 4 3
22 31 Ben JACKSON 7 – – – 3 4
23 462 Cain McELVEEN 4 2 2 – – –

Saturday Adult Support

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 181 Ryan THOMSON 58 20 18 20
2 56 Edward BRISCOE 56 18 16 22
3 49 x John Adamson 50 25 25 –
4 318 Ewan KERMACK 49 16 15 18
5 110 Scott HAMILTON 45 – 20 25
6 4 Gary Gibson 44 22 22 –
7 100 Seth Moir 44 15 13 16
8 96 Rory JOHNSTON 40 13 12 15
9 613 Neil GRIFFITHS 37 12 11 14
10 98 Lloyd CLARK 32 11 9 12
11 48 Jamie CLARKE 30 9 8 13
12 15 Stuart MACK 28 14 14 –
13 311 Craig DONALDSON 25 7 7 11
14 149 Aaron HAMMER 24 8 6 10
15 107 James ROSS 20 10 10 –
16 293 Iain SUTHERLAND 20 6 5 9

Vets Over 40

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 25X Stephen Kelly 75 25 25 25
2 159 Barry GRAY 66 22 22 22
3 613 Neil GRIFFITHS 56 18 20 18
4 19 Alan Deans 54 20 14 20
5 88 Alasdair McGOWAN 49 15 18 16
6 719 Mark MASON 46 16 16 14
7 600 Barry SMITH 44 14 15 15
8 33 Kevin Rosie 39 13 13 13
9 51 Kevin CHARLES 35 11 12 12
10 68 Garry PATERSON 33 12 11 10
11 34 Paul SEYMOUR 31 10 10 11
12 293 Iain SUTHERLAND 18 9 9 –

Vets Over 50

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 14 Tony WHITELAW 75 25 25 25
2 10 Morton Hannah 64 20 22 22
3 25 Craig SMITH 62 22 20 20
4 30 Leslie WINTHROP 52 16 18 18
5 69 Ian WILSON 50 18 16 16
6 505 Brian FRASER 42 14 13 15
7 11 Paul CHIAPPA 41 13 15 13
8 398 Stephen Pollock 40 12 14 14
9 337 Andrew LEASK 39 15 12 12
10 161 Douglas GARRICK 33 11 11 11

Adult B

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 31 Steven McCORMACK 75 25 25 25
2 311 Ryan GARTHWAITE 64 20 22 22
3 22 Sean Henderson 51 18 20 13
4 124 James HADDOW 50 16 16 18
5 15X Craig HUTCHISON 43 13 10 20
6 15 Reece ROBERTSON 42 11 15 16
7 46X Ross MARSHALL 42 14 14 14
8 3 Ben Thompson 40 22 18 –
9 201 Jordan McDONALD 38 15 12 11
10 77 Steven LENNIE 30 7 13 10
11 338 Rikki CORMACK 25 5 11 9
12 117 Harry HAMILTON 25 10 7 8
13 96 Rory JOHNSTON 23 – 8 15
14 88 Ivan WILLIAMSON 23 8 9 6
15 62 ? ? 21 9 – 12
16 99 Lewis CAREY 16 6 3 7
17 107 James ROSS 15 4 6 5
18 114 Jak HENDERSON 14 12 2 –
19 100 Greg MacDonald 11 3 4 4
20 52 Mark SUTHERLAND 10 2 5 3
21 22x Jordan DOHERTY 4 1 1 2
22 282 Les MITCHELL 1 – – 1

Adult C

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 48 Jamie CLARKE 67 20 22 25
2 747 Henry KERR 67 22 25 20
3 66 David DICKSON 58 16 20 22
4 511 Douglas CAMPBELL 50 18 16 16
5 4 Myles NELSON 46 10 18 18
6 6 Scott MAIR 41 15 11 15
7 83 Jed Barker 38 12 13 13
8 462 Cain McELVEEN 35 9 14 12
9 774 Scott CRAWFORD 34 11 12 11
10 44 Lewis FLEMING 29 – 15 14
11 441 Dylan Grieve 25 25 – –
12 763 Scott FOOTE 23 7 8 8
13 70 Martyne LYELL 22 13 9 –
14 15 Ryan SIM 22 8 7 7
15 52 Jordan AITCHISON 19 – 10 9
16 919 William ANDERSON 15 5 – 10
17 98 Lloyd CLARK 14 14 – –
18 225 George Moteithe 12 6 6 –
19 17 Harry SMITH 12 1 5 6
20 117 Dave Dick 8 – 3 5
21 170 Connel ALLARDYCE 7 3 – 4
22 146 Aaron HAMER 7 – 4 3
23 226 Ross MORGAN 4 4 – –
24 248 Barry KANE 4 – 2 2
25 126 Chris GOLD 2 2 – –
26 191 Sean McMINN 2 – 1 1