Local rider Cameron Stronach finished the weekend in third place on 35 points ahead of Anthony McFadden who came fourth on 33 points. Fellow locals Ralph Mammoliti, Ben Stronach, Ashley Fleming and Adam Senior rounded out places seven to 10.
However, it was Queensland rider Mike Jones who won both races from SA�s Daniel Falzon to take his championship points to 138. Falzon has 109 and NZ�s Ryan Hampton has 91.
Senior and Fleming are still in the top 10 overall, coming sixth on 51 points and eighth on 49.
Also doing the locals proud was Tim Boujos, who won the 300cc production class on a count-back after both he and NSW�s Justin Hall finished the weekend with 62 points, Michelle Marais who came third on 60 and Lara Marais who came seventh on 40.
Michelle Marais still leads the championship on 120 points, followed by Hall on 115 and Victoria�s Drew Sells on 102, while Boujos is seventh on 62 with fellow WA riders Aaron Linham coming ninth on 42 and Lara Marais 10th on 40.
Brayden Elliott took a clean sweep of the supersport class, winning both races to gain 51 points to extend his championship lead to 19 points ahead of fellow NSW rider Kane Burns on 96 and former WA rider Aaiden Coote on 79.
Victorian Alex Phillis came second for the round on 38, just one point ahead of NT�s Sam Lambert.
WA�s Thyron Van Vuuren scored 28 points to come sixth for the round, taking him to eighth overall on 58, while Leigh Boujos used his local knowledge to score 27 points for the weekend.
Queensland�s Brian Houghton took the round in the moto3/125GP with two seconds and a first to give him 65 points from Victoria�s Tom Bramich on 53 and Queensland�s Benjamin Leonard on 50.
Flying the flag for WA was Daniel Wilson who came sixth on 37, Nathan Smith who came eighth on 31 and Scott Pettit who came ninth on 30.
Houghton sits on top of the championship standings on 164 ahead of Victorians Matt Barton on 149 and Bramich on 144, with Wilson eighth on 81.
Rob Wasley and Ray Tschorn took the overall round honours in the club challenge 1000cc and 600cc classes.
Wasley won on 70 points from Mike Howden on 65 and Tim Debruyn on 53, while Tschorn won on 68 ahead of Scott McCue on 58 and Sam Mitchell on 51.
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