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Riders wait for the 5 second board.
Liam Sinnott gets a good start off the line.
Dunny Daly gets the power down a bit too early off the line.
Nathan Markey leads the the first lap of the first grade C race.
Patrick Dunne gets loose out of bottom corner in the grade C race.
Stuart Edmonds made an appearance for the final round of the Stubble Championship.
Ian Edmonds shows the older generation he's still got what it takes to lead the pack.
Nathan Markey gets on the gas.
James Sinnott leads Edmonds in 2nd and Stockdale in 3rd.
Markey gets the roost from Sinnott.
The lap scorers made sure they would stay as warm as they could.
Ben McConville was running away with the first 65cc race...
But disaster when his bike stalled on the final lap and he couldn’t get it started quick enough allowing Jake Wall to take the win.
Liam Sinnott showed he is still the one to beat in the youth 125/250 race.
Medical crew were on standby and were soon needed shortly after this was taken. Well done to all involved in getting to all fallen riders as soon as they could.
Richard Fanning chases Joe Ferguson in the A& B race.
Jamie Whelan knows how to go fast and here he shows us how.
The top complaint of the day were getting hit by these bad boys.
David Stockdale was unable to catch Colm Heary in the first Twinshock race and had to settle for second place.
Caught these boys having a cheeky sambo at the lunch break. They seemed happy to be in the warmth munching away.
James Sinnott took an early lead in the first Evo race.
After a couple laps he increased his lead even further to take the win.
Niall Cregan leads Tom Garry in the Small Wheel 85 cc Race.
The gate drops for the second Youth 125/250 race.