With an opening day’s score of 16 marks lost, Jersey rider Richard Pallot (Beta) held a handsome lead over Thomas Mollet on 34 marks lost followed by a previous winner, Nick Life (Beta). Eventual Best Over 40 rider, George Edyvean (Beta), had a very inconsistent day and was way off the pace at the front.
Day two would see a superb fight back up the leaderboard for Edyvean, who used his years of experience to post the best single lap score of 14, but it was not enough to catch young Richard Pallot. Looking on form all weekend his second day’s score was just one more than the previous day, and his final winning margin told its own story of a dominant win. The best Guernsey rider was Thomas Scott (TRS), who finished sixth on 105 marks lost.