Kyle’s wiles put him on the road to MX1 title defence

It puts him third overall on 170 points, behind Robert Lovett on 173 and Dean Porter on 193, with fellow local rider Paul Humberston coming fifth on 157.

Also flying the northern suburbs flag was Chris Bosnakis, who secured two out of three wins in the quad championship, but it was Luke Gaisford who took the round win by just one point.

Gaisford now leads the championships on 201, followed by Bosnakis on 197 and Daniel Soltoggio on 146.

In the MX2 class, Jayden Rykers proved he could come back to WA from the east coast and win convincingly, coming first in all three races to take his total to 210 points, ahead of Connor Tierney on 186 and Jack Taylor on 162. The intermediate lites had three different winners in Kyle Spillane, Jacob Schaafsma and Mario Dercole, with the overall standings at Schaafsma on 187, Dercole on 172 and Kenlen Youl on 166.

Round three will be held at Hendley Park, Byford, on June 21.