KURRI KURRI Junior Motorcycle Club held its annual Casey Stoner Cup at the weekend and it was club member Harrison Ryan who took home the main junior title.
The two-day event, which has been held annually since 2006, was attended by about 90 riders from across the east coast with many competing in multiple classes to make up about 180 entries in total.
The club's media spokeswoman, Charmaine Lodge, said the event certainly had its ups and downs.
"Saturday there were a few accidents in our first round which sort of pushed racing back a bit," she said.
"That ranged from juniors to seniors and they were pretty spectacular, the accidents.
"The next day we started, we had a parade lap and it just went extremely well.
"The racing was awesome. A lot of junior riders stepping up and putting on a show. Talking to a lot of spectators, some of their favourite races were the junior classes."
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Ms Lodge said it was family affair on the podium for the Ryans, with Harrison taking out the junior cup and his brother Connor taking out the senior cup.
The duo are from Umina on the Central Coast but race with the Kurri Kurri club.
Harrison notched big winning margins in his unbeaten run over the two days of racing in the 13-16 years class.
Wade O'Keefe and Jayden Rodgers followed him home to complete a clean-sweep of placegetters from the host club.
Ms Lodge said the competitive junior classes catered to those aged seven to 16, while a nippers class allowed children aged four to seven to take part in non-competitive riding events.
Noah Grabham scored a clean sweep of victories in the seven to 10 years class after winning all five rounds.
The next major dirt track meeting is the 30th staging of the Trackmasters at Hunter Motorcycle Club's Barleigh Ranch track in Eagleton on April 13-14.
Robards on a roll after NSW selection
Joshuaa Robards followed up his selection in the NSW interstate team with a fifth place finish in the Peter O'Malley Junior Masters tournament at Bathurst Golf Club over the weekend.
The 16-year-old finished the two-round tournament four over, having hit 74 (+3) in round one and 71 (+1) in round two.
Robards, who plays out of Newcastle Golf Club, hit five birdies in his second round to post the tidy 72.
Fellow Newcastle golfer Brij Ingrey, who was playing in the open junior tournament at 14 years of age, finished in the top 23.
He hit 79 (+8) in his opening round before improving to 75 (+4) in round two.
Robards was named in the state side last week along with Corey Lamb, who did not attend the Peter O'Malley, to play in Australian Junior Interstate Teams Matches in Queensland in April.