Bailey Saville showed she is on form for nationals next week, taking out both senior B grade races and finishing 3rd in the final handicap. In the 5 lap scratch race Saville caught Bryony Telford who attacked on the bell lap and overtook on the back straight to win. A close sprint between Telford and Ella Harris saw Harris finish 2nd.

In the absence of a derny bike, Brad Evans paced the 8-lap keirin. He rejoined once the sprint had started, catching and overtaking the field. He passed 2nd place getter James McKeller on the home straight while Bryony Telford fought off Wayne Evans to finish 3rd.

In junior racing, Bradley White took the first scratch race after breaking on the bell lap and gaining a 50m lead on the field while Mark McCormack fought hard to overtake the rest of the field and take 2nd. Connor McDonald outsprinted Madeleine Cooper-Forster to finish 3rd. In the final handicap race McCormack and White worked hard from scratch to take the lead and finished 1st and 2nd. Grace Hurring staved off the opposition to take 3rd place.

In the final race of the evening, a long handicap, Brad Evans had to work hard to make up 6 laps on limit rider Mark McCormack to take the lead. With 2 laps to go Evans had caught McCormack, but no one else had made the required leaving McCormack in 2nd place. A sprint between Bailey Saville and Ella Harris saw Saville claim 3rd place.

The roadster field enjoyed 2 extra riders who made an impression with Lily Falcous taking out the 2-lap handicap from sister Rosie Falcous and Olivia McDonald. In a team sprint, Lily lead out for Caleb Rollo, the team narrowly beating Rosie and Olivia.



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