Club on top in regional motocross
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.