Hundreds of motorcross riders from around the South West competed in the Interclub Series Four on the weekend which was hosted by the Southern Capes Motorcycle Club in Jindong.
The feature race was the Jack Gerrard Memorial Shootout which saw a full grid of 40 riders start in the gates and tear down the track for one lap to make it through to the next race.
The race saw David Birch from Collie finish in first place followed by Stuart Eardley-Wilmott in second and Kurt Oinn in third both from Bunbury.
The veterans saw Rex Brown from Manjimup finish in first place, followed by home club rider Evan Schult in second position and Wayne Atkins from Collie in third place.
It was a clean sweep of Bunbury riders in the women’s division which saw Tahlia Lang finish in first place, followed by Kathryn Scobie in second and Leah Wilson in third.
In the open division Eardley-Wilmot was too quick for the pack finishing first, followed by home-club rider Anthony Hicks in second position and Ryder Smith from Manjimup in third.
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