Milner finished in fifth to secure the final position on the championship podium and giving CDR Yamaha who have won nearly everything they have entered since joining the Off-Road race scene, a double championship podium result.
Ralston had a shocker of a final race, with a couple of crashes and a stall leaving him in eight place, however his two great results in the opening races was enough to see him finish second for the round.
In the Women's class is was Sherco's Jessica Gardiner who came away with both the round and championship win on the back of clean sweep of all three Women's races for the day which included the all important points paying final.
"Today was a lot of fun" Gardiner stated. I was a bit worried at the start of that final race, Tayla got the start and she was riding awesome, congrats to her, it was a great battle and I am just really happy to be on top.
"It is great to start the year with a championship like this, I have to give a big thank you to my step day and my whole family all my sponsors who have helped me out, including Bulk Nutrients and InsureMyRide who are here today.
"To all the public, they were awesome out there, all the cheering around the track really kept me motivated, so thank you to you and all the organisers who put on this great race."