Competition heats up with tight finishes in round nine at the Woorree Park BMX Club

Derek GoforthGeraldton Guardian
Lochlan Taylor competes in the 17’s in round nine.
Camera IconLochlan Taylor competes in the 17’s in round nine. Credit: Derek Goforth/Derek Goforth

Round nine of the Woorree Park BMX Club season brought fierce competition and thrilling races across all categories.

The young riders demonstrated impressive skill and determination, with several standout performances.

In the 8-10 merged category, Memphis Weir rode exceptionally well to take the top spot, adding another victory to his growing list of achievements. Cooper Womersley took a close second with Mia Freeman coming in third.

Zeth Curtin emerged victorious in the 11-13 boys category, demonstrating remarkable speed and agility to secure first place. Banjo Hutton clinched second place, and Kye Marsh came in third.

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The category to watch with the most thrilling racing was the 13-14 boys. Mason Herron rode up in age class challenging Axl Gallie and Maale Taylor all night.

All the boys won a moto a piece, but it was Mason with the most consistent form who took out first place.

Lochlan Taylor once again proved his prowess in the 17+ men’s category, taking out first place. Mike Gallie followed closely, securing second place in a highly competitive field.

Club president Bevan Orchard dusted off his cruiser for the night, getting some laps in to keep his skills up in between racing away.

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