Coasters took part in the Tasmanian MX Championships at St Helens
Winner of the Senior Pro Open and Pro lite classes Seton Broomhall. Picture by Alli Murfett
Coastal riders fared well racing in wet and muddy conditions at the rescheduled round four of the Tasmanian MX Championships at St Helens on Sunday.
Stowport rider Seton Broomhall dominated both the Pro Open and Pro Lite classes this round to take four wins from six starts.
Stella starts from Broomhall throughout the day saw him take out the win in Open ahead of Coastal riders Baylee Davies and Charles Brett, while in Lites Zack Buxton came in at second and Launceston’s Hugh McKay third.
In only his second state championship event Ulverstone’s Rylan Eustace won the 85cc 14-U16 B grade and raced for the first time in the 125cc 13-U16. He also took the win in B grade.
Launceston junior rider Angus Pearce tears it up in round four of the Tasmanian MX Championships at St Helens on Sunday. Picture by Alli Murphett
Angus Pearce and Jacob Brewer both on fired in their prospective classes. Both riders won five out of their six races.
Stand-out performances were had from Cooper Ford, Toby Garwood, Byron Hall, Bentley Clarke, Jack Penney, Bayliss Sawyers and Eli Locke, who all took class wins for the round.
Coastal rider Brydie Hingston did well in the tough conditions to win the 125/250cc 13 -U16 B grade, while Holli Geeves won the Ladies class.
Other senior riders to win their class included Brock Hutchins, Clint Maddon and Colin Mountney.
The final round heads to Smithton on Sunday, September 11.
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