Numbers) saw another extremely close finish, with Loughshinny teenager Adam Corr taking the title by just three points from Stephen Dixon, with John Bradley only three points back in third.
Andrew Whearty had a 24-point cushion over Jason Floody in the 250 Evo class, while Francis Fanning had a massive 129-point win over James Sinnott in the 450/500 Evo class. Stephen Mcmahon had 12 points to spare in the Grade ‘A’ class over Andrew Whearty, while Alan Dennis took the Over40s class, where there was a tie for second place between David Byrne and Wayne Kirwan. By virtue of the most wins through the championship it was David Byrne who was second, with Kirwan third.
Despite being injured for the final round, Ryan Mcmaster retained his Twinshock championship by 45 points over Ian Lowdnes. Owen Everard’s crash in the final race of the Youth 125 class cost him the championship, with Evan Clarke taking the title by four points, while in the Youth 250 class it was Jack Whearty who made it a double year, beating Ben O’brien by 36 points.
A total of 311 riders scored points in all classes of the championship, compared to 60 riders in the first year of the club in 2013.