Regan Duffy dominates WAMX Junior State Championships round


Regan Duffy gets the holeshot.
Regan Duffy gets the holeshot.

LOCAL rider Regan Duffy had the home track advantage at round five of the WAMX Junior State Championships in Wanneroo last month.

He took a clean sweep of the 100cc-125cc 13-15 years division to give him a 54-point lead heading into the final round of the championship with Jacob Daniels on 419 points and Corben Weinert on 362.

He then went on to another perfect round in the 128cc-150cc/250cc 13-16 years to close his gap on the series to 50 points behind Billy Middleton on 476, with Kurt Oinn third on 398.

Middleton also took the round win in the 100cc-125cc 15 years to be just 16 points behind Mitchell Outram and again. Oinn is third on 412.

Myles Gilmore leads the 85/150cc 9-12 years on 489 points from Liam Atkinson on 480 and Brock Flynn on 431, while Conan Forrester leads the 12-16 years on 448 from Rhys Burnett on 422 and Brady Gilmore on 390.

Atkinson and Gilmore are also in contention for the 65cc 10-12 years, with Atkinson on 496, Gilmore on 493 and Tylar Soloman on 399.

In the 65cc 7-10 years, Kayden Minear leads the series on 491 points ahead of Seth Clark on 473 and Tate Paganini on 396, while Minear also comfortably leads the 50cc auto on 471 from Patrick Butler on 420 and Jake Rumens on 399.

The quads have seen just two rounds of competition so far with Nichole McDonnell leading the 7-11 years on 195 points from Kiera-Lily Buckley on 182 and Brooke Hollins on 175, Josh McQuade leading the 8-12 years on 207 from Keenan Murphy on 180 and Azmin Pearse on 151 and Jae Dowsett leading the 12-16 years on 210 from Jacob Bosustow on 192 and Caelen Campione on 170.

The sixth and final round will be a double header with the WAMX Senior State Championships this weekend in Byford.