ASBK action underway at Phillip Island | Maxwell tops FP1

2019 ASBK – Round Six – Phillip Island

Preview and FP1 Results


Today marked the start of the penultimate round of the Australian Superbike Championship as riders across all classes used three practice sessions to get themselves and their steeds set-up for the rigours of Phillip Island.

Last year this weekend signalled the end of the Australian Superbike season, but this year the finale heads to Sydney Motorsports Park in early November.

The Superbike category will certainly have to wait until Sydney before a champion is crowned but in the Supersport 600 class it is a fait accompli that with a commanding 85-point lead over Broc Pearson, Goulburn teenager Tom Toparis will win the Motorsports TV backed Supersport title on Sunday afternoon. Toparis topped FP1 this morning from Nic Liminton and Aidan Hayes. 

Supersport FP1

Pos Name Bike Time
1 Tom TOPARIS (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R6 1m37.313
2 Nic LIMINTON (SA) Yamaha YZF-R6 1m37.570
3 Aidan HAYES (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R6 1m38.908
4 Oliver BAYLISS (QLD)  Yamaha YZF-R6 1m39.350
5 Jack PASSFIELD  Yamaha YZF-R6 1m39.816
6 Ty LYNCH (SA) Yamaha YZF-R6 1m40.324
7 Richie DIBBEN (NZ) Suzuki GSXR 1m40.479
8 Broc PEARSON (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R6 1m40.822
9 Rhys BELLING (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R6 1m41.681
10 Dallas SKEER (SA)  Suzuki GSXR 600 1m41.708
11 Timothy DONNON (SA) Suzuki GSXR 1m43.322
12 Brodie MALOUF (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R6 1m43.410
13 Avalon BIDDLE (NZ) Yamaha YZF-R6 1m43.757
14 John QUINN (VIC)  Triumph 1m45.845
15 Ryan SELLEN (NSW) Kawasaki ZX6R 1m46.723
16 Callum O’BRIEN (WA)  Kawasaki ZX6R 1m47.464
17 Jack HYDE (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R6 2m14.054

Superbike

Of the leading Superbike contenders we believe only Herfoss and Jones will contest the MotoGP support races. Yamaha Racing Team, Ecstar Suzuki and BCperformance Kawasaki all choosing not to participate at MotoGP. There are no championship points on offer and with the risk of injury ever present and budgets tight, it makes little sense for teams to commit to the MotoGP event.

Unfortunately this means that ASBK does not put its best foot forward in front of the international visitors, and the MotoGP crowd, but there is no easy answer. Having the MotoGP event as an ASBK championship points-scoring round is rife with risk, as at any point MotoGP can simply cancel the ASBK races due to a myriad of reasons. Scheduling ASBK races for 0900 of a morning is also, quite frankly, insulting. For these reasons, and others, we do not have a full ASBK championship event in conjunction with the MotoGP round.

Anyway back to where we are at this weekend, round six of the Australian Superbike Championship. 

With 102-points still up grabs across the final two rounds the championship is completely wide open. Only 36-points cover a top-six headed by Mike Jones.

The DesmoSport Ducati 1299 Panigale Final Edition has been piloted almost without error this season by Mike Jones. The Queenslander actually started season 2019 onboard a borrowed ZX-10R and used that mount to bag 49-points at the season opener before then replacing the injured Troy Bayliss for round two. From there Jones took fourth overall at Wakefield Park before then finishing second at The Bend, Morgan Park and Winton. However, the 25-year-old is yet to take an overall round victory. Nonetheless it is Jones that leads the championship chase by a handy 11.5-points over Cru Halliday. At the season opener here in February Jones set a new ASBK Superbike Phillip Island race lap record at 1m31.881s on the K&R Hydarulics ZX-10R, can he muster that sort of pace on the big 1.3-litre Ducati…? Jones was third quickest this morning on a 1m33.427s but there is plenty yet to come. 

ASBK Rnd PI RbMotoLens SBK FP Mike Jones
Mike Jones in action at Phillip Island this morning – Image by Rob Mott

Halliday could be dubbed season 2019’s quiet achiever… The YRT man is yet to win a race this season but has headed the championship standings for the majority of the year. Championships have been won before without a rider taking a single race victory, but at both Phillip Island and Sydney Motorsports Park Halliday and YRT have good pace, and are aiming for that breakthrough victory that could propel them back up to the top of the points table. 

Bryan Staring has not had the package beneath him to fight for victory at most rounds this season but at The Bend the Sandgroper walked away with three victories from the triple-header event to give his championship tilt a major shot in the arm. The difference that weekend was Dunlop tyres, the Pirelli runners had no answer for Staring on the South Australian tarmac. Generally though, Pirelli have had the upper hand at the other rounds this year, could Dunlop again make the difference for Staring on the run to the final flag of season 2019 at SMP?

Next in the standings, only 2.5-points shy of Staring, is defending champion Troy Herfoss. The Penrite Honda man did his almost customary double in front of his Goulburn home crowd at Wakefield Park but elsewhere wins have eluded the recently married 32-year-old. Herfoss will need to step up and put it all on the line over these next two rounds if he is to successfully defend his #1 plate. These final two rounds are at circuits that, historically, have not proved fruitful for Herfoss. It’s now down to him to turn that form guide around if he doesn’t want to go back to his #17 for season 2020.  

ASBK Rnd PI RbMotoLens SBK FP Wayne Maxwell
Wayne Maxwell set the morning pace – Image by Rob Mott

Whereas this amazingly evocative but also somewhat frightening 4445 metres of bitumen is a bogey track for Herfoss, the 12-turn Phillip Island layout is a happy hunting ground for Maxwell. Wayne is three-points adrift of Herfoss heading in to this weekend, despite taking nil-scores in two races this season, the first came here at P.I. following his crash with Aiden Wagner, the second came at The Bend after bashing fairings with Daniel Falzon. Since then Maxwell has won both the Morgan Park and Winton rounds to hit Phillip Island on a high. He also topped FP1 this morning. 

Next in the championship chase is Maxwell’s Ecstar Suzuki team-mate Josh Waters. The Mildura based 32-year-old has not really challenged for victories since the season opener here at Phillip Island. That somewhat crooked smile of his has been absent and elsewhere he has not shown the pace to battle at the front of the field. This might sound a little harsh, but Josh is a three-time Australian Superbike Champion, thus we, and himself, expect more. In his defence though he has been smart all year, incredibly he has never finished a race outside the top six throughout the entire season! Third overall for the round at the season opener, sixth at Wakefield, fourth at The Bend, fifth at Morgan Park and fourth at Winton are his outright round scores from the opening five rounds of season 2019. He is 36.5-points behind series leader Mike Jones, but there are 102-points up for grabs and coming back from there is not beyond Waters if he finds his mojo and a couple of the front runners stumble… Early signs are good with Waters P2 in FP1 this morning. 

ASBK Rnd PI RbMotoLens SBK FP Josh Waters
Josh Waters in action at Phillip Island this morning – Image by Rob Mott

One man that could upset the title challengers this weekend however is none other than three-time World Superbike Champion Troy Bayliss.  The DesmoSport Ducati squad have been working hard to get the new V4R up to speed largely away from the public eye and this weekend marks the debut of the new weapon in national level competition. There is plenty yet to come from Bayliss and the V4R but they start this weekend with a best of 1m34.116s. 

Superbike FP1 Times

Pos Rider Bike Time
1 Wayne MAXWELL Suzuki GSXRR 1m33.063
2 Josh WATERS Suzuki GSXRR 1m33.358
3 Mike JONES Ducati 1299 FE 1m33.427
4 Troy HERFOSS Honda CBR RR SP 1m33.518
5 Bryan STARING Kawasaki ZX10R 1m33.821
6 Cru HALLIDAY Yamaha YZF-R1 1m33.868
7 Troy BAYLISS Ducati V4R 1m34.116
8 Matt WALTERS Kawasaki ZX10R 1m34.139
9 Daniel FALZON Yamaha YZF-R1 1m34.250
10 Mark CHIODO Honda CBR RR SP 1m35.018
11 Glenn ALLERTON BMW S RR 1m35.278
12 Damon REES Honda CBR 1m35.397
13 Alex PHILLIS Suzuki GSXR 1m35.970
14 Aaron MORRIS BMW S RR 1m36.509
15 Jamie STAUFFER Ducati V4R 1m36.519
16 Lachlan EPIS Kawasaki ZX10R 1m36.781
17 Sloan FROST Suzuki GSXR 1m37.123
18 David BARKER Kawasaki ZX10R 1m38.374
19 Nathan SPITERI Suzuki GSXRR 1m38.690
20 Philip CZAJ Aprilia RSV4 1m38.755
21 Matt TOOLEY Yamaha YZF-R1 1m38.909
22 Dean HASLER BMW S RR 1m39.174
23 Kyle BUCKLEY Kawasaki ZX10R 1m39.376
24 Brendan MCINTYRE Suzuki GSXR 1m40.001
25 Michael EDWARDS Yamaha YZF-R1 1m42.148
26 Trent GIBSON Ducati V4R 1m42.643

YMI Australian Supersport 300

In the YMI Australian Supersport 300 category, Max Stauffer has a 39-point lead over Senna Agius, who in turn is 36-points ahead of Hunter Ford. After that though it’s close with just 17-points separating Ford all the way down to eighth-placed Zac Levy. The big improver in the previous round at Winton was overall winner Yannis Shaw, who moved up to sixth in the standings and it was Shaw that topped FP1 this morning at Phillip Island, 1.6-seconds clear of the field! 

Pos Rider Bike Time
1 Yannis SHAW (NSW)  Kawasaki EX 400 1m51.102
2 Seth CRUMP (QLD) KTM RC390 390 1m52.694
3 Luke JHONSTON (NSW) Kawasaki EX 400 1m53.384
4 Max STAUFFER (NSW)  Yamaha R3 321 1m54.106
5 Matthew RINDEL (VIC)  Yamaha R3 321 1m54.172
6 Senna AGIUS (NSW) Kawasaki EX 400 1m54.700
7 Ben BURKE (NSW) Kawasaki EX 400 1m54.888
8 Brandon DEMMERY (NSW)  Yamaha R3 321 1m55.529
9 Peter NERLICH (VIC) Kawasaki EX 400 1m55.830
10 John LYTRAS (QLD)  Yamaha R3 321 1m55.974
11 Locky TAYLOR (QLD)  Yamaha R3 321 1m57.424
12 John QUINN (VIC) Kawasaki EX 400 1m57.519
13 Zylas BUNTING (NSW) Kawasaki EX 400 1m57.851
14 Laura BROWN (NSW) Yamaha R3 321 1m58.406
15 Harry PARKER (NZ) Yamaha R3 321 1m58.619
16 Ben BAKER (NSW) Yamaha R3 321 1m58.710
17 Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES (QLD)  Kawasaki EX 400 1m59.814
18 Ryan SMITH (NSW) Yamaha R3 321 2m00.532
19 Hunter DIPLOCK (NSW)
Kawasaki EX 300 2m02.824
20 Zak PETTENDY (NSW) Yamaha R3 321 2m04.158
21 Ryan MOSCARDINI (QLD)  Yamaha R3 321 2m04.759
22 Greg FARRELL (NSW) Kawasaki EX 400 2m07.820
NC Reece OUGHTRED (VIC) Yamaha R3 321 /
NC Grace POUTCH (VIC) Kawasaki EX 400 /

YMF R3 Cup

The YMF R3 Cup contest is also tight, with Hunter Ford wrestling the lead away from John Lytras in the previous round. Ford and Lytras are separated by five-points, with Zac Levy a further eight-points adrift in third. Brandon Demmery moved up to fourth courtesy of his Winton round win.

Pos Name Bike Time
1 Max STAUFFER (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m49.720
2 Luke JHONSTON (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m50.175
3 John LYTRAS (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m50.211
4 Locky TAYLOR (QLD)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m50.319
5 Hunter FORD (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m51.569
6 Matthew RINDEL (VIC)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m52.482
7 Reece OUGHTRED (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m52.764
8 Brandon DEMMERY (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m53.037
9 Archie MCDONALD (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m53.125
10 Laura BROWN (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m53.434
11 Ben BAKER (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m53.782
12 Harry PARKER (CAN) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m54.858
13 Zak PETTENDY (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m55.018
14 Ryan SMITH (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m55.146
15 Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m55.153
16 Jacob HATCH (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m56.758
17 Hunter DIPLOCK (NSW)  Yamaha YZF-R3 1m57.678
18 Ryan MOSCARDINI (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m59.423
19 Patrick BOGNAR (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3 1m59.761
20 Patrick LI (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3 2m03.875
21 Dominic FLETCHER (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3 2m04.608
22 Jamie PORT (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3 2m13.168

Oceania Junior Cup

Just nine points separate Carter Thompson and Angus Grenfell at the head of the Oceania Junior Cup standings. Grenfell moved into the lead after winning the first two races at Winton, but handed it back to Thompson when he crashed out of the weekend’s final race. The consistent Jacob Roulstone is third in the standings, 29-points behind Thompson.

Pos Rider Bike Time
1 Max GIBBONS Yamaha YZF-R15 2m12.278
2 Carter THOMPSON Yamaha YZF-R15 2m12.481
3 Tom DRANE Yamaha YZF-R15 2m12.760
4 Cormac BUCHANAN Yamaha YZF-R15 2m14.220
5 Glenn NELSON Yamaha YZF-R15 2m14.737
6 Reece OUGHTRED Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.193
7 Archie MCDONALD Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.212
8 Zak PETTENDY Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.343
9 Hunter DIPLOCK Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.446
10 Jacob HATCH Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.506
11 Marianos NIKOLIS Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.581
12 Jamie PORT Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.620
13 Jai RUSSO Yamaha YZF-R15 2m15.906
14 Angus GRENFELL Yamaha YZF-R15 2m16.722
15 Varis FLEMING Yamaha YZF-R15 2m19.285
16 Lucas QUINN Yamaha YZF-R15 2m19.713
17 Patrick BOGNAR Yamaha YZF-R15 2m19.790
18 Lincoln KNIGHT Yamaha YZF-R15 2m20.534
19 Tom CONNORS Yamaha YZF-R15 2m20.862
20 Dominic FLETCHER Yamaha YZF-R15 2m21.092
21 Toby JAMES Yamaha YZF-R15 2m24.915
22 Jayden MARTIN Yamaha YZF-R15 2m26.027

Sidecars

Champions will also be crowned this weekend in the Horsell Consulting Australian Sidecar Championship, by virtue of it being the final round of the 2019 season. The F1 Class is led by Corey Turner/Danyon Turner, who hold a 19-point advantage over Jeremy Joyce/Corey Blackman, with defending champions Howard Ford and Lee Menzies further adrift in third. It was that latter pairing that topped FP1 this morning. 

In the F2 Class (for the 600cc outfits), Pat Clancy and Stephen Bonney hold a solid 59-point lead over John Clancy/Warren Grubb, with Simon Reynolds/Kathryn Warne in third.

Pos Rider Class Time
1 Howard FORD / Lee MENZIES (QLD) F1 1m48.461
2 Jeremy JOYCE / Corey BLACKMAN (WA)  F1 1m51.094
2 Mick ALTON / Christine CLANCY (NSW) F2 1m53.057
4 Bruce COLLINS / Peter DEANGELIS (VIC) F2 1m53.113
5 Patrick CLANCY / Steve BONNEY (VIC) F2 1m54.163
6 Jeff BROWN / Darren SHELDRICK (NSW)  F1 1m55.082
7 Graeme EVANS / Jarrod SCOTT (WA)  F1 1m55.399
8 John CLANCY / Warren GRUBB (VIC) F2 2m01.020
9 Corey TURNER / Danyon TURNER (QLD)  F1 2m03.172
10 Phillip UNDERWOOD / Stephen FORD (QLD) F1 2m03.731
11 Damien EDIS / Melanie SCHLUTER (VIC) F2 2m30.084
12 Simon REYNOLDS / Kathryn WARNE (NSW)  F2 /

AEST/AEDT Schedule

Friday 4th October
8.00 8.20 Riders Briefing Briefing 20 mins
9.05 9.25 YMI Supersport 300 FP1 20 mins
9.30 9.45 Horsell Sidecars FP1 15 mins
9.50 10.15 Motorsports TV Supersport FP1 25 mins
10.20 10.40 YMF R3 Cup FP1 20 mins
10.45 11.10 Kawasaki Superbike FP1 25 mins
11.15 11.30 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup FP1 15 mins
11.35 11.55 YMI Supersport 300 FP2 20 mins
12.00 12.15 Horsell Sidecars FP2 15 mins
12.15 12.40 Lunch – ASBK Pillion Rides 25 mins
12.40 13.05 Motorsports TV Supersport FP2 25 mins
13.10 13.30 YMF R3 Cup FP2 20 mins
13.35 14.00 Kawasaki Superbike FP2 25 mins
14.05 14.20 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup FP2 15 mins
14.25 14.45 YMI Supersport 300 FP3 20 mins
14.50 15.15 Motorsports TV Supersport FP3 25 mins
15.20 15.40 YMF R3 Cup FP3 20 mins
15.45 16.10 Kawasaki Superbike FP3 25 mins
16.15 16.30 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup FP3 15 mins
16.35 16.50 Horsell Sidecars FP3 15 mins
Saturday 5th October
9.05 9.25 YMI Supersport 300 Q1 20 mins
9.30 9.50 Horsell Sidecars Q 20 mins
9.55 10.20 Motorsports TV Supersport Q1 25 mins
10.25 10.45 YMF R3 Cup Q1 20 mins
10.50 11.25 Kawasaki Superbike TP 35 mins
11.30 11.45 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Q1 15 mins
11.50 12.10 YMI Supersport 300 Q2 20 mins
12.15 12.35 Horsell Sidecars Race 1 8 Laps
12.35 13.10 Lunch – ASBK Pillion Rides 35 mins
13.10 13.30 YMF R3 Cup Q2 20 mins
13.35 14.00 Motorsports TV Supersport Q2 25 mins
14.05 14.20 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Q2 15 mins
14.25 14.45 YMI Supersport 300 (no media grid) Race 1 7 Laps
14.50 15.05 Kawasaki Superbike Q1 15 mins
15.20 15.35 Kawasaki Superbike (Top 12) Q2 15 mins
15.40 16.00 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race 1 6 Laps
16.05 16.25 Horsell Sidecars Race 2 7 Laps
16.30 16.50 YMF R3 Cup Race 1 7 Laps
Sunday 6th October
9.05 9.10 YMF R3 Cup Warm Up 5 mins
9.15 9.20 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Warm Up 5 mins
9.25 9.30 Motorsports TV Supersport Warm Up 5 mins
9.35 9.40 YMI Supersport 300 Warm Up 5 mins
9.45 9.50 Kawasaki Superbike Warm Up 5 mins
9.55 10.00 Horsell Sidecars Warm Up 5 mins
10.05 10.25 YMF R3 Cup Race 2 7 Laps
10.30 10.50 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race 2 6 Laps
10.55 11.15 YMI Supersport 300 Race 2 7 Laps
11.20 12.00 Kawasaki Superbike ^ Race 1 12 Laps
12.05 12.35 Motorsports TV Supersport ^ Race 1 10 Laps
12.35 13.05 Lunch – ASBK Pitlane Walk 30 mins
13.05 13.30 YMI Supersport 300*^ Race 3 7 Laps
13.35 14.15 Kawasaki Superbike*^ Race 2 12 Laps
14.20 14.50 Motorsports TV Supersport*^ Race 2 10 Laps
15.00 15.20 Horsell Sidecars (inc. MA championship presentation) Race 3 7 Laps
15.30 15.50 bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race 3 6 Laps
15.55 16.15 YMF R3 Cup Race 3 7 Laps

Championship Points

Pos Name Total
1 Michael JONES 217.5
2 Cru HALLIDAY 206
3 Bryan STARING 198.5
4 Troy HERFOSS 196
5 Wayne MAXWELL 193
6 Josh WATERS 181
7 Matt WALTERS 130.5
8 Daniel FALZON 124
9 Alex PHILLIS 110
10 Arthur SISSIS 106.5
11 Mark CHIODO 93
12 Glenn SCOTT 90
13 Damon REES 84.5
14 Aiden WAGNER 71
15 Lachlan EPIS 64
16 Glenn ALLERTON 56
17 Ted COLLINS 49
18 Sloan FROST 42
19 Aaron MORRIS 30
20 Max CROKER 27
Pos Name Total
1 Tom TOPARIS 299
2 Broc PEARSON 214
3 Nic LIMINTON 188
4 Oliver BAYLISS 181
5 Aidan HAYES 153
6 Reid BATTYE 142
7 Dallas SKEER 138
8 Ty LYNCH 111
9 Chris QUINN 109
10 Jack PASSFIELD 106
11 Avalon BIDDLE 93
12 Rhys BELLING 92
13 Callum SPRIGGS 89
14 Luke MITCHELL 65
15 Andrew EDSER 64
16 John QUINN 55
17 Jack HYDE 41
18 Zac JOHNSON 37
19 Scott NICHOLSON 31
20 Dylan WHITESIDE 26
21 Samuel LAMBERT 22
22 Timothy DONNON 21
23 Richie DIBBEN 17
24 Chandler COOPER 17
25 Corey TURNER 16
26 Ben LIEBIG 14
27 Matt CRANMER 13
28 Luke SANDERS 13
29 Bronson PICKETT 12
30 Ryan SELLEN 11
31 Daniel LEONARD 5
32 Oscar DAVISON 1
Pos Name Total
1 Max STAUFFER 283
2 Senna AGIUS 244
3 Hunter FORD 208
4 Seth CRUMP 203
5 John LYTRAS 197
6 Yannis SHAW 193
7 Harry KHOURI 192
8 Zac LEVY 191
9 Brandon DEMMERY 174
10 Locky TAYLOR 158
11 Ben BAKER 142
12 Travis HALL 116
13 Peter NERLICH 115
14 Luke JHONSTON 103
15 Luke POWER 98
16 Jacob ROULSTONE 63
17 Callum O’BRIEN 62
18 Mitch KUHNE 54
19 Zylas BUNTING 51
20 Olly SIMPSON 51
21 Kyle O’CONNELL 49
22 Tristan ADAMSON 48
23 Dylan WHITESIDE 39
24 Harrison VOIGHT 32
25 Mitchell SIMPSON 25
26 Ben BURKE 23
27 Ryan SMITH 23
28 Laura BROWN 21
29 Matt RINDEL 16
30 Tayla RELPH 14
31 Reece OUGHTRED 11
32 Jesse WOODS 8
33 Tom NEWTON 7
34 Josh HALL 6
35 Harry PARKER 4
36 Bronson PICKETT 4
37 Grace POUTCH 4
38 Zak PETTENDY 3
39 Jacob HATCH 3
40 John BLENKIN 2
41 Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES 2
42 Keegan PICKERING 2
43 Jordan SIMPSON 1
Pos Name Total
1 Hunter FORD 169
2 John LYTRAS 164
3 Zac LEVY 156
4 Brandon DEMMERY 153
5 Max STAUFFER 153
6 Locky TAYLOR 138
7 Luke JHONSTON 117
8 Harry KHOURI 86
9 Tristan ADAMSON 84
10 Jacob ROULSTONE 82
11 Travis HALL 76
12 Reece OUGHTRED 64
13 Ryan SMITH 62
14 Zylas BUNTING 59
15 Ben BAKER 47
16 Mitch KUHNE 46
17 Harrison VOIGHT 45
18 Kyle O’CONNELL 43
19 Matt RINDEL 28
20 Zak PETTENDY 27
21 Archie McDONALD 21
22 Jacob HATCH 20
23 Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES 18
24 Keegan PICKERING 14
25 Josh NODEN 11
26 Josh HALL 11
27 Harry PARKER 8
28 Bronson PICKETT 8
29 Jeremy CZMOK 7
30 Laura BROWN 6
31 John BLENKIN 6
32 Cameron AGOSTINI 5
33 Patrick BOGNAR 4
34 Ryan MOSCARDINI 3
35 Kristian AGOSTINI 2
Pos Name Total
1 Carter THOMPSON 230
2 Angus GRENFELL 221
3 Jacob ROULSTONE 201
4 Tom DRANE 182
5 Marianos NIKOLIS 172
6 Archie McDONALD 151
7 Max GIBBONS 149
8 Cros FRANCIS 147
9 Glenn NELSON 147
10 Reece OUGHTRED 137
11 Zak PETTENDY 124
12 Jai RUSSO 93
13 Jacob HATCH 90
14 Lucas QUINN 86
15 Cormac BUCHANAN 65
16 Varis FLEMING 62
17 Alex KENWORTHY-JONES 62
18 Hunter DIPLOCK 57
19 Jamie PORT 52
20 Patrick BOGNAR 47
21 Lincoln KNIGHT 47
22 Thomas BROWN 29
23 Tom CONNORS 24
24 Toby JAMES 7
25 Dominic FLETCHER 7
Pos Name Total
1 C. TURNER / D. TURNER 210
2 J. JOYCE / C. BLACKMAN 191
3 H. FORD / L. MENZIES 145
4 S. BAYLISS / A. WILSON 89
5 P. UNDERWOOD / S. FORD 66
6 D. BEARE / N. BEARE 50
7 M. ABELL / D. ALLEN 49
8 J. BROWN / D. SHELDRICK 49
9 J. WILLIAMS / G. BURKE 45
10 P. ABELL A. McKINNON 15
11 D. BOUGHEN / D. BOUGHEN 15
Pos Name Total
1 P. CLANCY / S. BONNEY 212
2 J. CLANCY / W. GRUBB 153
3 S. REYNOLDS / K. WARNE 129
4 D. EDIS / M. SCHLUTER 118
5 M. ALTON / C. CLANCY 116
6 M. BROWN / N. ASTILL 101
7 B. COLLINS / P. DEANGELIS 89
8 M. McKINNON / P. DEANGELIS 75
9 S. JUDD / R. SPANKNEBEL 71
10 A. PHILLIPS B. MARTIN 47
11 R. WILLIAMS / A. WILLIAMS 26

Source: MCNews.com.au

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