This week used the long course that included the service roads, making it a technical course with a couple of tight corners with only a single line.
The junior race saw Madison Mcauliffe take the win narrowly from Rachel Bevis.
With only one rider, Anita Watters in E grade, the grade was combined with D grade, which saw Matthew Colum and Baden Gray attack on the second lap and get away.
Watters worked with remaining D grade riders to chase. After almost 20 minutes, she faded and finished her 20-minute and one-lap race less than 20 seconds behind D grade.
As the race went on in D grade the breakaway slowly extended its lead.
In the end Colum took the sprint win from Gray, with Sophie Clarke third.
C grade saw a couple of riders attack regularly, without success.
With about four laps to go, Ron McArthur slipped off the front and slowly built a lead as the riders behind were unwilling or unable to chase.
As the bunch crested the short climb with about a kilometre to go, Rob Collins attacked out of the bunch.
He chased and caught the tiring McArthur in the sight of the line to take the win. McArthur was second and Millen Sjerp third.
An aggressive start saw some B grade riders struggling. Within a couple of laps, only half the riders who started the race were in the front bunch.
The pace continued, not allowing chasing riders to catch up and losing more riders from the front group.
With a little over a lap to go, Pete Clark and Cade Zulsdorf made a bold move and distanced the bunch.
This was the signal for Jordan Dawson to attack; he caught the pair and rode to an impressive victory.
The chasing bunch caught Clark and Zulsdorf, before Andrew Brown and Michael Polmear sprinted out of the bunch to secure second and third respectively.
Within two laps A grade had split into two groups.
It looked like the first bunch was going to stay away but three riders got off the front and the first bunch slowed.
Three became the front two after Rob Rameriez punctured` a tyre and was unable to rejoin.
As Nicholas Graham-Dawson and Matthew Peterson built up a race winning lead, the two bunches became one, and a few riders started working together to bring the leading two back.
But it was not to be as Graham-Dawson rode away from Peterson to secure victory with Peterson second and Conor Leahy third.