Club on top in re­gional motocross

Manjimup-Bridgetown Times - - Times Sport - Tari Jef­fers

MAN­JIMUP Motorcycle Club came away from last month’s South West In­ter­club Motocross Championships with two wins.

The club won most points and 13year-old Man­jimup rider Cam­ball McMa­hon was the over­all cham­pion ju­nior with 486 points.

The event was held on Septem­ber 24 on the Sukey Hill track at Cran­brook.

Com­peti­tors came from Man­jimup, Col­lie, Bun­bury, South­ern Capes and Cran­brook to par­tic­i­pate.

Man­jimup amassed 16,537 points to win from Bun­bury on 13,330 points.

In the 65cc di­vi­sion, Man­jimup rid­ers took all three top spots. Tate Pa­ganini was first with 467 points, Pa­trick But­ler sec­ond with 462 and Kai McGinty third with 421.

In the 85cc SW, Man­jimup’s Cobey Brown was first with 483 points and McGinty third with 412.

McMa­hon came first in the 85cc DW di­vi­sion with 486 points.

In the 250F/125cc two-stroke, Man­jimup rid­ers Taj Barnsby came first with 483 points and Taj Love sec­ond with 380.

Man­jimup’s Ky­lan Black was sec­ond in the Lites with 432 points.

In the open di­vi­sion, Man­jimup’s Peter Smeathers came third with 226 points and Amy Smeathers came sec­ond in the women’s di­vi­sion on 383 and first in the novice di­vi­sion with 350.

It was a Man­jimup sweep in the vets di­vi­sion, with Peter Smeathers first with 392 points from Rex Brown sec­ond with 387 and James Craig third with 371.

Man­jimup’s Jesse Barnsby won the Club­man di­vi­sion with 435 points.

Cam­ball McMa­hon, 13, out rode the com­pe­ti­tion to be named over­all cham­pion ju­nior in the South West In­ter­club Motocross Championships.

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