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The seventh and final round of the 2019 Oxley Cycles Shootout Series at the Centenary Plains BMX Club had riders from around the state in a final bid for last minute points on the series standings.

More than 500 riders made their way to the south of Brisbane to take part in one of the country’s biggest BMX series.

Riders of all ages and abilities, shapes and sizes were involved in an electric atmosphere and some recorded clean sweeping results.

What better place to do it than in front of a packed-out track?

Clean sweeping their way to victory were the following riders:

  • Penni Allen: 8-girl’s (Redlands BMX Club)
  • Molly Williamson: 9-girl’s (Redlands BMX Club)
  • Kenneth Easter: 10-boy’s (Centenary Plains BMX Club)
  • Mahalia Choveaux: 10-girl’s (Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club)
  • Beau Switzer: 11-boy’s (Pine Rivers BMX Club)
  • Isabel Dauth: 11-girl’s (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Cheralee White: 12-girl’s (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Charlotte Guy: 11-12 girl’s cruiser (Ashmore BMX Club)
  • Bart Steffen: 14-boy’s (Toowoomba BMX Club)
  • Shae McClellan: 14-girl’s (Centenary Plains BMX Club)
  • Callum Howarth: 13-14 boy’s cruiser (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Shontal Cini: 15-girl’s (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Ethan Dale: 16-boy’s (Redlands BMX Club)
  • Kane Gibbons: 15-16 boy’s cruiser (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Hunter Marton: 17-24 men’s cruiser (Beenleigh BMX Club)
  • Shaun McCarthy: 35-39 men’s (Toowoomba BMX Club)
  • Beaux Highden-Smith: 35-39 men’s cruiser (Redlands BMX Club)
  • Tom McClellan: 40-44 men’s cruiser (Centenary Plains BMX Club)
  • Rebecca Seckold: 40-44 women’s cruiser (Pine Rivers BMX Club)
  • David Woolard: 45-49 men’s (Logan City BMX Academy)
  • Jeffrey Williams: 50+ men’s cruiser (Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club)
  • Elissa Foreman: 50+ women’s cruiser (Pine Rivers BMX Club)
  • Nathan Graves: 35+ masters’ open wheel (Toowoomba BMX Club)
  • Letitia Weatherhead: 30+ masters women’s open wheel (Bayside BMX Club)

Clean sweeping in your home state is always an impressive feat but going interstate to take on your northern neighbours and coming away with a comprehensive win is even more so!

The Clarence Valley quartet of Tahlia Marsh (16-girl’s), Taleha Robertson (15-16 girl’s cruiser), Stacey Brown (17-24 women’s cruiser) and Glen Swain (30-34 men’s cruiser) did their NSW family proud, never letting a Queenslander pass them in their respective classes.

The superclass event always provides an exciting clash of top tier racing action and the results from last weekend proved that things were no different.

 Continuing her successful 2019 was Beenleigh’s Des’Ree Barnes who went up against the likes of the Botfield duo (Tenniele and Kiana) and Clarence Valley’s Marsh to clean sweep the day’s racing. The podium went Barnes, Tenniele and Kiana.

While on the men’s ledger, it was the Kye Affoo show with the Pine Rivers rider also clean sweeping his competitors.

Joining him in the battle for the top spot was home club hero Joshua Boyton who, after taking his first national series elite men’s final at Ipswich (READ HERE), finished close behind Affoo with Nerang’s Jesse Asmus in third.

For a full list of results – CLICK HERE!

Take a look at some of the social media around the event below.

There are too many people to possibly name everyone who put so much effort into yesterday’s preparations for the…

Posted by Centenaryplains Bmxclub on Saturday, April 27, 2019

Thanks to everyone who made today possible!!! And well done to all the riders that participated at the last round!!!!

Posted by Centenaryplains Bmxclub on Saturday, April 27, 2019

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Heading out of the country, the first two rounds of the 2019 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup went down in Manchester, United Kingdom with some of Australia’s top riders taking on the world’s best.

To read about Rd1 – CLICK HERE

To read about Rd2 – CLICK HERE


Below are the other results from around the country.

Saturday

2019 Rocky Rumble – Rockhampton BMX Club: HERE

Atherton April Air – Atherton BMX Club: HERE

Mackay Pioneer Autumn Madness – Mackay Pioneer BMX Club: HERE

Southside Rd1, Week 10 – Southside BMX Club: HERE

2019 Winter Series Rd 1 – Tea Tree Gully BMX Club: HERE

POP Clubby – Park Orchards BMX Club: HERE

Casey Clubby – Casey BMX Club: HERE

Series 1, Rd8 – Batemans Bay BMX Club: HERE

 

Sunday

Club event – Satellite City BMX Club: HERE

BMXNSW SS Rd4 – Bathurst BMX Club: HERE

Winter Series Rd1 – Gawler BMX Club: HERE


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