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Van Doninck and Gilbert rule at Cusses! Michelin MX Nationals Round 3 – Race Report, Results and Interviews

Van Doninck and Gilbert rule at Cusses! Michelin MX Nationals Round 3 – Race Report, Results and Interviews

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The Michelin MX Nationals British Motocross Championship executed another finely polished weekend of MX action within the confines of COVID at the weekend at Cusses Gorse MX and further pushed the boundaries of the sport in the UK by live streaming both Saturday nights Phoenix Tools sponsored Straight Rythm and the full Sunday programme of racing.

Action Images courtesy of Dave Rich

The Fastest 40 races have been out of the top drawer so far this season and once again both races in this, round three of the 2020 Championship delivered. In qualifying it was the big Par Homes Racefx Husqvarna Russian Evgeny Bobryshev who took pole in MX1, with his teammate and red plate holder Josh Gilbert doing the same in MX2.

The Pacesetter Evgeny Bobryshev

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It was ASA United Husqvarna’s Belgian racer Brent Van Doninck who took to the front of the pack on the opening lap of Moto one, but Bobryshev was putting in some quick moves and made the pass on his Husqvarna rival going through the waves, taking the lead before the end of the opening lap. The Russian seemed to be in control of the Moto with a comfortable lead, but Van Doninck went into overdrive in the final half of the race, passing the 777 and pulling out a gap for a comfortable and impressive win. Bobreyshev would finish second ahead of MX1 series leader Tommy Searle, who onboard his Buildbase Honda was riding a controlled race. Reigning MX1 champ Harri Kullas of the Cab Screens Deos Group Honda team suffered a mechanical failure on lap five when running in third ahead of Searle, effectively ending his title defence. Behind Searle the Nation’s favourite privateer Josh Spinks was having a great ride, fending off the challenges of BRT KTM’s Martin Barr for fourth with Barr in fifth. This Moto also saw the title chances of Buildbase Honda’s Jake Nicholls come to an end when he crashed out, injuring his thumb and causing a moto one DNF. Stu Edmonds of Apico Husqvarna has been enjoying his recent trips to Wiltshire and finished a solid seventh, leading home Gabriel Racing KTM’s John Adamson, Chambers Racing Husqvarna’s Jake Millward, Cab Screens Deos Group Honda’s Dan Thornhill and another Gabriel Racing KTM racer Liam Knight in tenth.

 

All eyes were on the three title contenders in MX2, Gilbert as mentioned earlier, Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha’s Taylor Hammal and Buildbase Honda’s Steven Clarke, and from the start it was Hammal who was the lead MX2 racer. With quite a few 450’s between Hammal and Gilbert, the chance was there for Hammal to steal a march on his rivals, but three laps in his machine would give up the ghost giving Gilbert the lead. Another victim early in the Moto was Clarke who took a tumble, but he would remount and make it up through the pack and into eighth by the end of the race. Gilbert would go on to take an unchallenged win, but behind him, Tom Grimshaw was riding a stormer, and although not on the rear wheel of the winner, he kept in close contact for the majority of the race coming home an excellent second. Estonian Jorgen Talviku of ASA United Husqvarna showed his true potential with a good third ahead of James Carpenter riding his Worx Financial Services Husqvarna in fourth. Joel Rizzi on the Par Homes RaceFX had his best result in the Pro ranks with fifth. Phoenix Tools Apico Kawasaki racer Carlton Husband, who was suffering from an injured toe after a big crash in the Straight Rhythm was sixth just fending off Glenn McCormick at the line. Clarke, as we said before, was eighth, with Charlie Cole and Callum Mitchell rounding out the top ten.

 

In Moto two it was Kullas with the holeshot, but Van Doninck was in no mood to mess around, and by the end of the first lap he was tasting fresh air at the head of the field and pulling a gap. Searle and Bobryshev would also make quick work of passing Kullas, and the Russian looked like he had the speed to reel in the leader, but he stalled it while on Searle’s tail meaning he had the hard work of passing Kullas all over again. At the flag, it was Van Doninck with the win and with a 1-1 scorecard he would take the overall. Searle would resist a late attack from Bobryshev to finish the Moto in second, which also gave him the upper hand on the 777 after they tied on points for the overall. So it was Searle second on the box and Bobreyshev third.  Behind the top three in the Moto Kullas would take a smooth fourth and Nicholls would ride through the pain barrier for fifth ahead of Spinks, Barr, Thornhill, Edmonds and Jack Brunel of ASA United Husqvarna rounding out the top ten.  Spinks by going 4-6 would finish a fantastic fourth overall. Searle now holds a 24 point lead over Van Doninck with Bobryshev two points further back.

Josh Gilbert MX2 winner and Red Plate holder

Most eyes during Moto 2 were on the MX2 battle between Gilbert and Clarke. The pair were inseparable the whole Moto long and were churning out the laps at such a pace they passed MX1 racers, Nicholls and Spinks, as they duked it out for the win.  Gilbert momentarily took the lead at the 3/4 mark of the race, but Clarke was in no mood to relinquish the victory and fought straight back. At the end, though Gilbert’s relentless pressure took its toll on Clarke and he would fall leaving Gilbert to pass the chequers unchallenged for a 1-1 weekend, the overall and an extension on his series lead. Clarke would remount to finish second, while Carpenter took a superb third meaning he would end up second overall taking his first-ever Pro podium overall. McCormick had a late surge and finishing fourth, ahead of Talviku, Chambers Racing Ben Franklin, Grimshaw in sixth coming back from a spill on the opening lap, Cole, Mitchell and Husband. Talviku would flank Gilbert and Carpenter on the podium with Grimshaw getting ever closer to a step on the box in fourth.

Tom Grimshaw

Gaerne Small Wheel 85 podium

With four Moto’s split over the two days, the Gaerne Small Wheel 85’s as always threw up plenty of drama and great racing.  On this occasion, Josh Vail was the kid to beat racking up three moto wins for the overall. Winner last time out at Landrake, Reece Jones would finish second with Kalvin Kelly in third. Charlie Richmond had to come through the pack on a number of occasions and would end the weekend in fourth ahead of series leader Ryan Waggott, who would win Moto three in fifth, with Joey Benfield in sixth. A nasty crash in the final Moto for Riley Ward when going over the finish line jump marred the rest of the day’s proceedings, and we wish Riley a speedy recovery!

Fly Racing Big Wheel 85 podium

Charlie Heyman continued his Fly Racing Big Wheel 85 dominance by firing in four Moto wins to keep his unbeaten run going.  Wal Beaney got the closest out of anyone to Heyman and would finish second ahead of last years Small Wheel champ Tyla Hooley who moves into second in the series standings. James Barker would end the weekend in fourth, with Finley Evans fifth and Billy Askew sixth.

Bobby Bruce bagged the Talon MXY1 title with a round to go

The first of the 2020 titles were wrapped up in the Talon MXY2 class with ASA United Husqvarna’s Bobby Bruce going through the card again and with over a 100 point lead amassed going into the final round the title is already in the bag for him and his team.  Congrats Bobby and ASA United Husqvarna. Behind the Bruce freight train Cab Screens Deos Group racer Joe Brookes nailed his first-ever podium position with a great weekend of racing in second. Ethan Lane came good on Sunday, and his sabbath points haul would land him third, ahead of Charlie Griffiths, Charlie Palmer and Ollie Colmer.

Tyler Westcott denied Louie Kessell a clean sweep of wins in the MXY2 class

In the Talon MXY2 Louie Kessell made it his second overall of the series, powering to three moto wins in the process. Team Green Kawasaki’s Cullen Scott has kept his title challenge alive with second while Tyler Westcott once again showed he has the speed to win motos at this level by winning the second Moto and coming third overall. Making up the top six were Alfie Jones, Ben Clark, and Connor Mullan in that order.

Joe Clayton would celebrate his elevation to the Phoenix Tools Apico Kawasaki team by winning the Oakley Expert MX1 group taking both Saturday wins and moving him to within 10 points of series leader Shaun Southgate who was third at the weekend behind reigning champ Gav Stevenson in second. Josh Taylor was a contender for the overall, but a moto three DNF ended his chances, though he still managed fourth overall, with Jordan McCaw fifth and Richard Bird.

In the Bell Expert MX2 class Jake Preston held onto the top spot in the standings, but round three had Charlie Putnam’s name all over it and he picked himself up from a moto one fourth to win his remaining three races for the overall ahead of Preston in second and title challenger Ollie Beamish in third. Jack Lindsay had a consistent weekend in fourth with Tomas Hardcastle fifth and Sean Eckersley sixth.

Jamie Carpenter

You could write an epic like War and Peace to describe the action in the Pro-Green Amateur MX1 class with the series now nicely poised going into the last round with just 14 points separating the top five. Rob Cross was quick on the draw and fired in with two Moto wins on Saturday, but on Sunday the moto victories went the way of Bradley Maddever and Callum Gordon, and with Cross tasting dirt in the final Moto it would be Maddever with the overall, ahead of Gordon, with Cross having to settle for third. Just one point separates Cross and Maddever heading into Fatcats with Stephen Kelly who finished fourth at the weekend and fifth-placed David Rushton alongside Gordon all with a shot at the title.

Just four points separated the top three in the Pro Green Amateur MX2 and with the moto three victory in his armoury, it would be Kieran Yorke who would gain the win by one point over Aaron Ongley in second and title contender Mitch Young in third. Jack Moore was fourth, with double moto winner Daniel Brough not feeling it on Sunday in fifth. Leon Ongley was sixth while David Finnamore pulled off a fantastic win in the final Moto.

Justin Robinson was at his best in the Moto Connection Clubman MX1, collecting three race victories and the overall over series top two Ryan Osborn and Pete Bulley, who are now separated by just 11 points with one round to go. Alex Christopher finished the weekend in fourth, with James Johnson fifth and ASA United Husqvarna boss Lee Tolan sixth.

Pete Bulley took third overall in the Clubman MX1 class

Alex Buchanan continued to run riot over the RFX Clubman MX2 class piling in with a full gamut of race wins for the overall and extending his lead at the top of the table to 59 points. Max Flint had a good weekend in second with Connor Warren also making his way to the podium in third. Tallon Aspden who is second in the championship standings was fourth, Ashley Watt fifth, and Ben Wainwright.

The Straight Rhythm sponsored by Phoenix Tools served up some great Saturday evening entertainment, and it was Adam Chatfield who defended his MX1 title successfully, winning the final over Jack Brunel. In MX2 Steven Clarke beat Matt Bayliss to the top spot.

The series reaches its conclusion on the 3rd and 4th October at the Fatcat Motoparc.

Results

Pro MX1

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2
1 32 Brent Van Donnick 50 25 25
2 100 Tommy Searle 42 20 22
3 777 Evgeny Bobryshev 42 22 20
4 180 Josh Spinks 33 18 15
5 50 Martin Barr 30 16 14
6 162 Stuart Edmonds 27 15 12
7 95 Dan Thornhill 25 12 13
8 15 Jake Millward 23 13 10
9 49 John Adamson 23 14 9
10 134 Liam Knight 19 11 8
11 151 Harri Kullas 18 – 18
12 45 Jake Nicholls 16 – 16
13 714 Brad Todd 16 9 7
14 57 Tony Craig 14 8 6
15 66 Lewis Tombs 13 10 3
16 17 Luke Smith 12 7 5
17 155 Jack Brunell 11 – 11
18 311 Aaron McCarroll 10 6 4
19 741 Gareth Padgett 7 5 2

Pro MX2

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2
1 3 Josh Gilbert 50 25 25
2 184 James Carpenter 38 18 20
3 261 Jorgen Talviku 36 20 16
4 16 Tom Grimshaw 36 22 14
5 511 Steven Clarke 35 13 22
6 337 Glenn McCormick 32 14 18
7 6 Carlton Husband 26 15 11
8 82 Charlie Cole 25 12 13
9 300 Ben Franklin 24 9 15
10 132 Callum Mitchell 23 11 12
11 577 Kyle McNicol 18 8 10
12 52 Jack Bintcliffe 16 7 9
13 912 Joel Rizzi 16 16 –
14 77 Jay Hague 10 10 –
15 365 Sam Nunn 6 6 –

Oakley Expert MX1

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 114 Joe Clayton 92 25 25 22 20
2 38 Gavin Stevenson 79 20 18 25 16
3 301 Shaun Southgate 74 15 20 14 25
4 166 Josh Taylor 66 22 22 – 22
5 35 Jordan McCaw 63 18 16 15 14
6 57 Richard Bird 58 12 15 16 15
7 14 Brad Cavill 56 4 14 20 18
8 3 Ben Edwards 56 13 12 18 13
9 51 Jay McCrum 48 11 13 12 12
10 28 John Robson 45 14 11 11 9
11 17 Luke Meredith 38 10 10 7 11
12 818 Shaun Springer 35 8 9 10 8
13 171 Zac Stealey 27 3 5 13 6
14 66 Jake Parker 24 9 4 6 5
15 65 Jacob Joyce 23 5 – 8 10
16 36 Daniel Parry 21 6 8 – 7
17 447 Simon Booth 21 7 7 3 4
18 118 Kieran Clarke 17 2 6 9 –
19 211 Jayden Ashwell 16 16 – – –
20 414 Sam Gabriel 10 – 3 4 3
21 69 Aidan Wigger 10 1 2 5 2

Bell Expert MX2

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 91 Charlie Putnam 93 18 25 25 25
2 957 Jake Preston 87 25 22 20 20
3 771 Ollie Beamish 74 16 18 18 22
4 433 Jack Lindsay 72 22 16 16 18
5 321 Tomas Hardcastle 58 14 13 15 16
6 790 Sean Eckersley 53 12 12 14 15
7 74 Troy Willerton 42 – 20 22 –
8 79 George Clarke 35 20 15 – –
9 5 Reece Martin 29 15 14 – –
10 23. Tom Armstrong 13 13 – – –

Pro-Green MX Amateur MX1

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 951 Bradley Maddever 87 18 22 22 25
2 611 Callum Gordon 81 20 16 25 20
3 4 Rob Cross 81 25 25 20 11
4 25 Stephen Kelly 75 22 18 13 22
5 66 David Rushton 66 15 20 16 15
6 268 Paul Atkinson 58 14 13 18 13
7 15 Ross Kersey 55 16 15 10 14
8 29 Jason Down 54 12 14 12 16
9 57 Carl Hayward 46 13 12 9 12
10 141 Aaron Wilson 43 11 11 11 10
11 33. James Day 35 8 10 8 9
12 95 Brad Thornhill 33 – – 15 18
13 225 Joe Roberts 18 9 9 – –
14 216 Ollie Macey 15 7 8 – –
15 241 Thomas O’Grady 14 – – 14 –
16 123 Matt Hockenhull 10 10 – – –

Pro-Green MX Amateur MX2

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 208 Kieran Yorke 80 15 22 25 18
2 75 Aaron Ongley 79 22 20 15 22
3 119 Mitch Young 76 16 18 22 20
4 166 Jack Moore 69 20 15 20 14
5 33 Daniel Brough 69 25 25 12 7
6 472 Leon Ongley 63 18 14 16 15
7 133 Mark Atkinson 60 13 13 18 16
8 70 David Finnamore 50 3 16 6 25
9 132 Ben Thomson 48 14 12 14 8
10 74. Lewis King London 47 11 11 13 12
11 161 Joshua Mccorkell 43 12 8 10 13
12 282 Conner Baldry 37 8 9 9 11
13 5. Callum Watson 35 4 10 11 10
14 52 Harry Foster 34 10 7 8 9
15 10. Tyler Stevenson 18 7 4 7 –
16 14 Luke Williamson 14 9 5 – –
17 27 Logan Wilcox 12 6 6 – –
18 12 Adam Hayward 8 5 3 – –

Moto Connection Clubman MX1

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 48 Justin Robinson 177 45 42 45 45
2 4 Ryan Osborn 164 40 40 42 42
3 22 Pete Bulley 150 34 38 38 40
4 240 Alex Christopher 144 35 35 36 38
5 323 James Johnson 139 36 32 35 36
6 24 Lee Tolan 135 33 36 32 34
7 245 Jordan Andrews 131 38 29 29 35
8 352 Charlie Roper 130 31 33 33 33
9 133 Jake Hassell 127 42 45 40 –
10 105 Rory Wootton 120 30 30 34 26
11 251 Tom Brown 118 29 27 30 32
12 741 Jordan Ambler 115 28 26 31 30
13 71 John Fearn 101 23 22 27 29
14 415 Sam Cornwell 94 32 31 – 31
15 283 Will Hurford 93 18 23 25 27
16 9 Lee Armer 87 13 21 28 25
17 96 Kyle Noble 81 21 19 20 21
18 42 Ashley Senior 75 24 – 23 28
19 72 Carl Mcilroy 75 14 18 19 24
20 99 Cameron Vickers 68 17 25 26 –
21 41 Scott Isherwood 63 – 24 16 23
22 56 Matt Bowen 62 10 14 18 20
23 70 Ste Liston 61 – 17 22 22
24 184 Harry Mcdonald 60 26 34 – –
25 15 Lewis Wigger 59 19 16 24 –
26 458 Dean Rodgers 57 16 20 21 –
27 792 Jack Colley 55 27 28 – –
28 84 Ben Rowland 50 – 15 17 18
29 36 Keelan Noble 46 12 – 15 19
30 130 Duane Baines 38 11 13 14 –
31 657 Colin Marsh 25 25 – – –
32 231 Kyle Bennett 22 22 – – –
33 318 Steven White 20 20 – – –
34 27 Callum Swan 15 15 – – –

Moto Connection Clubman MX2

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 111 Alex Buchanan 180 45 45 45 45
2 510 Max Flint 158 42 42 40 34
3 101 Connor Warren 148 34 36 38 40
4 171 Tallon Aspden 148 36 38 36 38
5 901 Ashley Watt 133 32 33 26 42
6 41 Ben Wainwright 132 40 35 34 23
7 119 Matthew Pocock 124 35 28 35 26
8 108 Michael McAlister 121 30 31 29 31
9 49 Luke Coker 121 38 34 22 27
10 797 Joseph Roberts 119 27 40 32 20
11 232 Charlie Green 118 33 25 27 33
12 100 George Boyce 113 28 30 25 30
13 121 Sonny Smyth 109 31 32 33 13
14 414 Elliott Pugh 103 – 29 42 32
15 323 Adam Pierce 101 22 26 24 29
16 173 Mitch Collins 97 29 21 23 24
17 34 Ben Crane 90 – 24 31 35
18 274 Daniel Shutt 81 20 18 18 25
19 45 Bradley White 75 25 22 12 16
20 167 Jamie Mottram 72 21 16 17 18
21 17 William Morris 67 18 17 15 17
22 27 Logan Wilcox 66 – – 30 36
23 4 Billy Saunders 66 24 23 19 –
24 89 Charlie Parker 58 – 20 16 22
25 13 Sam Stead 57 15 10 13 19
26 224 Dan Grimshaw 57 17 19 21 –
27 232. Harry Pelling 55 – 27 28 –
28 34. Lewis Seaton-Smith 54 11 11 11 21
29 96 Daniel Cavanagh 49 13 12 10 14
30 14 Luke Williamson 48 – – 20 28
31 959 Max Aspden 45 12 9 9 15
32 193 Brandon Love 43 14 15 14 –
33 87 Aaron Holden 37 10 7 8 12
34 93 Ryan Goode 32 8 6 7 11
35 25 Shaun Murphy 32 19 13 – –
36 65 James Kirby 30 16 14 – –
37 69 Spencer Watts 28 7 5 6 10
38 114 Jak Henderson 26 26 – – –
39 238 Adam Ford 9 9 – – –
40 728 Nick Carbury 8 – 8 – –

Talon MXY1 

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 579 Bobby Bruce 100 25 25 25 25
2 19 Joe Brookes 84 22 22 20 20
3 83 Ethan Lane 73 13 16 22 22
4 281 Charllie Griffiths 67 16 20 16 15
5 128 Charlie Palmer 67 18 18 18 13
6 456 Ollie Colmer 65 20 14 13 18
7 34 Josh Bassett 54 14 12 12 16
8 111 Jayden Haigh 47 15 15 5 12
9 682 Thomas Harris 43 6 13 10 14
10 5 Harvey James 42 10 10 14 8
11 122 Charlie Reynolds 38 12 8 11 7
12 10x Harvey Cashmore 38 11 9 15 3
13 221 Tye Jones 27 4 11 2 10
14 171 Luke Southern 26 8 – 9 9
15 8 Jacob Randell 23 1 5 6 11
16 50x Charlie Irwin 22 5 7 8 2
17 84 Reece Ross 17 9 1 7 –
18 63 Dan Arkell 14 2 6 1 5
19 592 Jamie Collins 14 3 3 4 4
20 121 Josh Jones 13 – 4 3 6
21 22 Jak Taylor 7 7 – – –
22 58 Finlay James 2 – 2 – –

Talon MXY2

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 711 Louie Kessell 97 25 22 25 25
2 16 Cullen Scott 84 22 20 22 20
3 202 Tyler Westcott 77 20 25 20 12
4 731 Alfie Jones 66 13 18 13 22
5 277 Ben Clark 62 16 15 16 15
6 66 Connor Mullan 61 11 14 18 18
7 11 Ben Clayton 61 15 16 14 16
8 74 Tom Murphy 58 18 12 15 13
9 10 Ben Kennedy 53 14 13 12 14
10 280 Callum McCaul 45 12 11 11 11
11 51 Lewis Glynn 35 8 10 7 10
12 174 Corey Collins 32 7 8 9 8
13 47 Leon Williams 30 9 6 8 7
14 807 Luca Pegg 28 4 5 10 9
15 226 William Rowe 24 5 7 6 6
16 55 Travis Reynolds 19 10 9 – –
17 84. Harry Barker 16 6 – 5 5
18 50 Jamie Luffman 15 3 4 4 4

Fly Racing Big Wheel 85’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 22 Charlie Heyman 180 45 45 45 45
2 326 Wal Beaney 159 42 42 40 35
3 101 Tyla Hooley 154 36 36 42 40
4 410 James Barker 153 38 40 33 42
5 506 Finley Evans 145 40 35 34 36
6 441 Billy Askew 144 34 38 38 34
7 163 Ben Mustoe 138 32 33 35 38
8 5 Liam Bennett 123 30 30 31 32
9 105 Matthew Beattie 122 33 29 27 33
10 95 Louis Vincent 122 31 31 32 28
11 4 George Hopkins 121 28 32 30 31
12 77 Kyron Carron 112 27 27 28 30
13 555 Mckenzie Marshall 105 35 34 36 –
14 417 Harrison Greenough 103 24 24 29 26
15 99 Jake Walker 100 22 28 23 27
16 119 Syd Putnam 98 25 22 26 25
17 113 Harrison Roberts 84 29 26 – 29
18 125 Cody Spacagna 83 20 19 21 23
19 44 Jake Speller 79 19 17 19 24
20 28 Jayden Abbink 72 16 18 18 20
21 72a Billy Moriarty 72 23 25 24 –
22 72 Max Harris 71 26 20 25 –
23 25 Brett Kelly 66 21 23 22 –
24 111 Beanie Reece 63 12 15 17 19
25 133 Bradley Johnstone 60 17 21 – 22
26 222 Harrison Jepson 59 18 – 20 21
27 60 Joseph Hawkes 30 14 16 – –
28 18 Charlie Wootton 15 15 – – –
29 14 Jon Waghorn 13 13 – – –

Gaerne Small Wheel 85’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 79 Josh Vail 177 45 45 42 45
2 104 Reece Jones 164 42 42 38 42
3 90 Kalvin Kelly 158 40 40 40 38
4 30 Charlie Richmond 148 36 38 34 40
5 55 Ryan Waggott 147 38 34 45 30
6 124 Joey Benfield 143 35 36 36 36
7 14 Freddie Gardiner 135 34 31 35 35
8 57 Chester Hyde 128 32 33 29 34
9 516 Brandon Buckley 119 30 30 26 33
10 163 Gus Mustoe 118 28 27 31 32
11 5 Cole McCullough 113 26 29 30 28
12 21 Lewis Spratt 109 25 25 28 31
13 642 Riley Ward 104 24 26 27 27
14 101 Archie Girdham 99 21 24 25 29
15 31 Will Haddock 97 29 35 33 –
16 10 Harlow Green 97 33 32 32 –
17 7. Harrison Davies 94 22 23 23 26
18 148 Declan Wright 88 27 21 24 16
19 18 Rocco Hands 87 20 22 20 25
20 80 Zane Stephens 84 23 18 19 24
21 1 Brandon Hedyat 80 31 28 21 –
22 7 Tyler Jones 74 19 19 15 21
23 94 Alfie Osborn 73 18 17 16 22
24 64 Travis Laughton 69 16 16 17 20
25 191 Kayden Smith 68 15 12 18 23
26 259 Fabien Morrison 62 14 15 14 19
27 3 Lucy Barker 59 17 20 22 –
28 26 Caden Tomlin 55 11 13 13 18
29 111 Louis Sheasby 55 12 14 12 17
30 2 Megan Piper 13 13 – – –