2019 ASBK – Round Six – Phillip Island

Preview and Friday 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 both FP1 and FP2 today from Nic Liminton and Aidan Hayes. Toparis’ 1m35.384s early this afternoon would have put him 13th on the Superbike charts…

Supersport Friday Combined Times

PosRiderBikeTime
1Tom TOPARIS Yamaha YZF-R61m35.384
2Nic LIMINTONYamaha YZF-R61m36.953
3Oliver BAYLISS Yamaha YZF-R61m37.211
4Jack PASSFIELDYamaha YZF-R61m37.692
5Richie DIBBEN Suzuki GSXR1m38.197
6Broc PEARSON Yamaha YZF-R61m38.274
7Aidan HAYES Yamaha YZF-R61m38.311
8Rhys BELLING Yamaha YZF-R61m39.159
9Dallas SKEER Suzuki GSXR 6001m39.440
10Ty LYNCH Yamaha YZF-R61m40.324
11Avalon BIDDLE Yamaha YZF-R61m40.738
12John QUINN Triumph1m40.887
13Callum O’BRIENKawasaki ZX6R1m41.289
14Timothy DONNONSuzuki GSXR1m41.493
15Brodie MALOUF Yamaha YZF-R61m41.693
16Ryan SELLEN Kawasaki ZX6R1m42.995
17Jack HYDEYamaha YZF-R62m14.054

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 today on a 1m32.593s but there is likely plenty yet to come as there were only two dry sessions, the track was wet for the third and final session. 

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.  Herfoss was one of only four riders to bother going out in the damp final session.

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 generally 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 both FP1 and FP2 this morning but, like most, sat out the damp FP3. 

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 and P4 overall for the day.  

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 in FP1, but curiously they failed to improve on that in FP2. 

Daniel Falzon could also fire up this weekend, as could Mark Chiodo or the returning Glenn Allerton. Aaron Morris could be dangerous if he finds a competitive set-up on the NextGen BMW while the likes of Jamie Stauffer deciding to have a crack on a new V4 Ducati could put a cat amongst the pigeons if the cards fall his way.

Matt Walters has found form here before and Matt Walters has been consistetly been the fastest privateer all season while Alex Phillis and Damon Rees have also shone at times. 

Superbike Combined Friday Times
PosNameBikeTime
1Wayne MAXWELLSuzuki GSXRR1m32.451
2Troy HERFOSS Honda CBR RR SP1m32.567
3Mike JONES Ducati 1299 FE1m32.593
4Josh WATERS Suzuki GSXRR1m32.849
5Daniel FALZON Yamaha YZF-R11m32.979
6Bryan STARINGKawasaki ZX10R1m33.579
7Matt WALTERSKawasaki ZX10R1m33.716
8Cru HALLIDAY Yamaha YZF-R11m33.725
9Troy BAYLISSDucati V4R1m34.116
10Glenn ALLERTONBMW S RR1m34.132
11Mark CHIODO Honda CBR RR SP1m35.018
12Aaron MORRIS BMW S RR1m35.345
13Damon REES Honda CBR1m35.397
14Alex PHILLIS Suzuki GSXR1m35.556
15Jamie STAUFFER Ducati V4R1m35.846
16Lachlan EPIS (NSW)Kawasaki ZX10R1m36.781
17Sloan FROST Suzuki GSXR1m37.123
18David BARKER Kawasaki ZX10R1m38.017
19Philip CZAJAprilia RSV41m38.675
20Nathan SPITERI TSuzuki GSXRR1m38.690
21Matt TOOLEY Yamaha YZF-R11m38.909
22Dean HASLER BMW S RR1m39.016
23Kyle BUCKLEY Kawasaki ZX10R1m39.376
24Brendan MCINTYRE Suzuki GSXR1m40.001
25Trent GIBSON Ducati V4R1m41.531
26Michael EDWARDSYamaha YZF-R11m41.552

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 but Locky Taylor gazumped him in FP2 to finish fastest for the day. 

YMI Australian Supersport 300 Combined Times

PosRiderBikeTime
1Locky TAYLOR Yamaha R3 3211m48.739
2Yannis SHAW Kawasaki EX 4001m48.802
3Seth CRUMP KTM RC390 3901m49.540
4Max STAUFFER Yamaha R3 3211m49.610
5Senna AGIUSKawasaki EX 4001m49.676
6Peter NERLICH Kawasaki EX 4001m49.788
7Hunter FORDYamaha R3 3211m50.026
8Luke JHONSTONKawasaki EX 4001m50.125
9Laura BROWNYamaha R3 3211m51.436
10Brandon DEMMERY Yamaha R3 3211m51.771
11Reece OUGHTREDYamaha R3 3211m51.886
12Ben BAKER Yamaha R3 3211m52.043
13Zylas BUNTING Kawasaki EX 4001m52.181
14Matthew RINDEL Yamaha R3 3211m52.581
15Ben BURKE Kawasaki EX 4001m52.727
16John LYTRAS Yamaha R3 3211m53.352
17Ryan SMITH Yamaha R3 3211m53.430
18Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES Kawasaki EX 4001m53.987
19Harry PARKERYamaha R3 3211m54.275
20Zak PETTENDY Yamaha R3 3211m54.572
21John QUINN Kawasaki EX 4001m55.100
22Jacob HATCH Yamaha R3 3211m55.950
23Hunter DIPLOCK Kawasaki EX 3001m57.240
24Noel MAHON (VIC) Kawasaki EX 4001m57.815
25Grace POUTCHKawasaki EX 4001m58.550
26Ryan MOSCARDINIYamaha R3 3211m59.945
27Greg FARRELL Kawasaki EX 4002m01.944
28Craig WHITE Kawasaki EX 4002m06.596
29David WILSON Kawasaki EX 4002m07.401
30Patrick LIYamaha R3 3212m21.616

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.

YMF R3 Cup Friday Times

PosNameRiderTime
1Max STAUFFER Yamaha YZF-R31m49.317
2Locky TAYLOR Yamaha YZF-R31m49.719
3Luke JHONSTON Yamaha YZF-R31m50.175
4John LYTRAS Yamaha YZF-R31m50.211
5Hunter FORD Yamaha YZF-R31m50.591
6Brandon DEMMERY (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R31m50.682
7Ben BAKER Yamaha YZF-R31m50.858
8Reece OUGHTREDYamaha YZF-R31m51.165
9Laura BROWNYamaha YZF-R31m51.299
10Jacob HATCH Yamaha YZF-R31m51.520
11Matthew RINDELYamaha YZF-R31m52.482
12Ryan SMITHYamaha YZF-R31m52.502
13Harry PARKER Yamaha YZF-R31m52.790
14Archie MCDONALD Yamaha YZF-R31m53.125
15Hunter DIPLOCKYamaha YZF-R31m53.718
16Zak PETTENDY Yamaha YZF-R31m54.461
17Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES Yamaha YZF-R31m54.957
18Patrick BOGNARYamaha YZF-R31m55.242
19Ryan MOSCARDINI Yamaha YZF-R31m57.457
20Patrick LI (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R31m59.226
21Jamie PORT Yamaha YZF-R31m59.789
22Dominic FLETCHER Yamaha YZF-R32m00.037

 


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.

Oceania Junior Cup Friday Times

PosNameMachineTime
1Max GIBBONS Yamaha YZF-R152m12.278
2Carter THOMPSON Yamaha YZF-R152m12.481
3Tom DRANE (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R152m12.760
4Cormac BUCHANANYamaha YZF-R152m14.220
5Glenn NELSON Yamaha YZF-R152m14.737
6Reece OUGHTRED Yamaha YZF-R152m15.193
7Archie MCDONALDYamaha YZF-R152m15.212
8Zak PETTENDY Yamaha YZF-R152m15.343
9Hunter DIPLOCKYamaha YZF-R152m15.446
10Jacob HATCH Yamaha YZF-R152m15.506
11Marianos NIKOLIS Yamaha YZF-R152m15.581
12Jamie PORT Yamaha YZF-R152m15.620
13Jai RUSSO Yamaha YZF-R152m15.906
14Angus GRENFELL Yamaha YZF-R152m16.722
15Varis FLEMING Yamaha YZF-R152m19.285
16Lucas QUINN Yamaha YZF-R152m19.713
17Patrick BOGNAR Yamaha YZF-R152m19.790
18Lincoln KNIGHT Yamaha YZF-R152m20.534
19Tom CONNORS Yamaha YZF-R152m20.862
20Dominic FLETCHER Yamaha YZF-R152m21.092
21Toby JAMES Yamaha YZF-R152m24.915
22Jayden MARTIN Yamaha YZF-R152m26.027

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.

Sidecar Friday Times

PosNameClassTime
1Howard FORD / Lee MENZIESF11m47.702
2Corey TURNER / Danyon TURNER F11m48.308
3Mick ALTON / Christine CLANCYF21m49.025
4Jeremy JOYCE / Corey BLACKMAN F11m49.518
5Graeme EVANS / Jarrod SCOTT F11m50.342
6Patrick CLANCY / Steve BONNEY F21m50.954
7John CLANCY / Warren GRUBB F21m52.476
8Bruce COLLINS / Peter DEANGELIS F21m53.113
9Jeff BROWN / Darren SHELDRICK F11m53.580
10Phillip UNDERWOOD / Stephen FORD F11m53.598
11Damien EDIS / Melanie SCHLUTER F21m57.657

 


AEST/AEDT Schedule

Friday 4th October
8.008.20Riders BriefingBriefing20 mins
9.059.25YMI Supersport 300FP120 mins
9.309.45Horsell SidecarsFP115 mins
9.5010.15Motorsports TV SupersportFP125 mins
10.2010.40YMF R3 CupFP120 mins
10.4511.10Kawasaki SuperbikeFP125 mins
11.1511.30bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupFP115 mins
11.3511.55YMI Supersport 300FP220 mins
12.0012.15Horsell SidecarsFP215 mins
12.1512.40Lunch – ASBK Pillion Rides25 mins
12.4013.05Motorsports TV SupersportFP225 mins
13.1013.30YMF R3 CupFP220 mins
13.3514.00Kawasaki SuperbikeFP225 mins
14.0514.20bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupFP215 mins
14.2514.45YMI Supersport 300FP320 mins
14.5015.15Motorsports TV SupersportFP325 mins
15.2015.40YMF R3 CupFP320 mins
15.4516.10Kawasaki SuperbikeFP325 mins
16.1516.30bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupFP315 mins
16.3516.50Horsell SidecarsFP315 mins
Saturday 5th October
9.059.25YMI Supersport 300Q120 mins
9.309.50Horsell SidecarsQ20 mins
9.5510.20Motorsports TV SupersportQ125 mins
10.2510.45YMF R3 CupQ120 mins
10.5011.25Kawasaki SuperbikeTP35 mins
11.3011.45bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupQ115 mins
11.5012.10YMI Supersport 300Q220 mins
12.1512.35Horsell SidecarsRace 18 Laps
12.3513.10Lunch – ASBK Pillion Rides35 mins
13.1013.30YMF R3 CupQ220 mins
13.3514.00Motorsports TV SupersportQ225 mins
14.0514.20bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupQ215 mins
14.2514.45YMI Supersport 300 (no media grid)Race 17 Laps
14.5015.05Kawasaki SuperbikeQ115 mins
15.2015.35Kawasaki Superbike (Top 12)Q215 mins
15.4016.00bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupRace 16 Laps
16.0516.25Horsell SidecarsRace 27 Laps
16.3016.50YMF R3 CupRace 17 Laps
Sunday 6th October
9.059.10YMF R3 CupWarm Up5 mins
9.159.20bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupWarm Up5 mins
9.259.30Motorsports TV SupersportWarm Up5 mins
9.359.40YMI Supersport 300Warm Up5 mins
9.459.50Kawasaki SuperbikeWarm Up5 mins
9.5510.00Horsell SidecarsWarm Up5 mins
10.0510.25YMF R3 CupRace 27 Laps
10.3010.50bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupRace 26 Laps
10.5511.15YMI Supersport 300Race 27 Laps
11.2012.00Kawasaki Superbike ^Race 112 Laps
12.0512.35Motorsports TV Supersport ^Race 110 Laps
12.3513.05Lunch – ASBK Pitlane Walk30 mins
13.0513.30YMI Supersport 300*^Race 37 Laps
13.3514.15Kawasaki Superbike*^Race 212 Laps
14.2014.50Motorsports TV Supersport*^Race 210 Laps
15.0015.20Horsell Sidecars (inc. MA championship presentation)Race 37 Laps
15.3015.50bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupRace 36 Laps
15.5516.15YMF R3 CupRace 37 Laps

Championship Points

PosNameTotal
1Michael JONES217.5
2Cru HALLIDAY206
3Bryan STARING198.5
4Troy HERFOSS196
5Wayne MAXWELL193
6Josh WATERS181
7Matt WALTERS130.5
8Daniel FALZON124
9Alex PHILLIS110
10Arthur SISSIS106.5
11Mark CHIODO93
12Glenn SCOTT90
13Damon REES84.5
14Aiden WAGNER71
15Lachlan EPIS64
16Glenn ALLERTON56
17Ted COLLINS49
18Sloan FROST42
19Aaron MORRIS30
20Max CROKER27
PosNameTotal
1Tom TOPARIS299
2Broc PEARSON214
3Nic LIMINTON188
4Oliver BAYLISS181
5Aidan HAYES153
6Reid BATTYE142
7Dallas SKEER138
8Ty LYNCH111
9Chris QUINN109
10Jack PASSFIELD106
11Avalon BIDDLE93
12Rhys BELLING92
13Callum SPRIGGS89
14Luke MITCHELL65
15Andrew EDSER64
16John QUINN55
17Jack HYDE41
18Zac JOHNSON37
19Scott NICHOLSON31
20Dylan WHITESIDE26
21Samuel LAMBERT22
22Timothy DONNON21
23Richie DIBBEN17
24Chandler COOPER17
25Corey TURNER16
26Ben LIEBIG14
27Matt CRANMER13
28Luke SANDERS13
29Bronson PICKETT12
30Ryan SELLEN11
31Daniel LEONARD5
32Oscar DAVISON1

 

PosNameTotal
1Max STAUFFER283
2Senna AGIUS244
3Hunter FORD208
4Seth CRUMP203
5John LYTRAS197
6Yannis SHAW193
7Harry KHOURI192
8Zac LEVY191
9Brandon DEMMERY174
10Locky TAYLOR158
11Ben BAKER142
12Travis HALL116
13Peter NERLICH115
14Luke JHONSTON103
15Luke POWER98
16Jacob ROULSTONE63
17Callum O’BRIEN62
18Mitch KUHNE54
19Zylas BUNTING51
20Olly SIMPSON51
21Kyle O’CONNELL49
22Tristan ADAMSON48
23Dylan WHITESIDE39
24Harrison VOIGHT32
25Mitchell SIMPSON25
26Ben BURKE23
27Ryan SMITH23
28Laura BROWN21
29Matt RINDEL16
30Tayla RELPH14
31Reece OUGHTRED11
32Jesse WOODS8
33Tom NEWTON7
34Josh HALL6
35Harry PARKER4
36Bronson PICKETT4
37Grace POUTCH4
38Zak PETTENDY3
39Jacob HATCH3
40John BLENKIN2
41Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES2
42Keegan PICKERING2
43Jordan SIMPSON1

 

PosNameTotal
1Hunter FORD169
2John LYTRAS164
3Zac LEVY156
4Brandon DEMMERY153
5Max STAUFFER153
6Locky TAYLOR138
7Luke JHONSTON117
8Harry KHOURI86
9Tristan ADAMSON84
10Jacob ROULSTONE82
11Travis HALL76
12Reece OUGHTRED64
13Ryan SMITH62
14Zylas BUNTING59
15Ben BAKER47
16Mitch KUHNE46
17Harrison VOIGHT45
18Kyle O’CONNELL43
19Matt RINDEL28
20Zak PETTENDY27
21Archie McDONALD21
22Jacob HATCH20
23Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES18
24Keegan PICKERING14
25Josh NODEN11
26Josh HALL11
27Harry PARKER8
28Bronson PICKETT8
29Jeremy CZMOK7
30Laura BROWN6
31John BLENKIN6
32Cameron AGOSTINI5
33Patrick BOGNAR4
34Ryan MOSCARDINI3
35Kristian AGOSTINI2

 

PosNameTotal
1Carter THOMPSON230
2Angus GRENFELL221
3Jacob ROULSTONE201
4Tom DRANE182
5Marianos NIKOLIS172
6Archie McDONALD151
7Max GIBBONS149
8Cros FRANCIS147
9Glenn NELSON147
10Reece OUGHTRED137
11Zak PETTENDY124
12Jai RUSSO93
13Jacob HATCH90
14Lucas QUINN86
15Cormac BUCHANAN65
16Varis FLEMING62
17Alex KENWORTHY-JONES62
18Hunter DIPLOCK57
19Jamie PORT52
20Patrick BOGNAR47
21Lincoln KNIGHT47
22Thomas BROWN29
23Tom CONNORS24
24Toby JAMES7
25Dominic FLETCHER7
PosNameTotal
1C. TURNER / D. TURNER210
2J. JOYCE / C. BLACKMAN191
3H. FORD / L. MENZIES145
4S. BAYLISS / A. WILSON89
5P. UNDERWOOD / S. FORD66
6D. BEARE / N. BEARE50
7M. ABELL / D. ALLEN49
8J. BROWN / D. SHELDRICK49
9J. WILLIAMS / G. BURKE45
10P. ABELL A. McKINNON15
11D. BOUGHEN / D. BOUGHEN15
PosNameTotal
1P. CLANCY / S. BONNEY212
2J. CLANCY / W. GRUBB153
3S. REYNOLDS / K. WARNE129
4D. EDIS / M. SCHLUTER118
5M. ALTON / C. CLANCY116
6M. BROWN / N. ASTILL101
7B. COLLINS / P. DEANGELIS89
8M. McKINNON / P. DEANGELIS75
9S. JUDD / R. SPANKNEBEL71
10A. PHILLIPS B. MARTIN47
11R. WILLIAMS / A. WILLIAMS26
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