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Kurtz and Holder lead NSW to 2012 Aust Under 16 125cc Teams Speedway Championship

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New South Wales have claimed back-to-back Australian Under 16 125cc Teams Speedway Championship thanks to the performance of star duo Brady Kurtz and Jack Holder at Loxford Park, Kurri Kurri on Sunday.

Coming off a 1-2 finish at Friday's Australian Under 16 125cc Solo Speedway Championship the New South Wales pairing were untouchable on the track, collecting a maximum 30 points from six heats.

The duo finished six points clear of Victorian team Max Fricke and Cooper Riordan, with Queensland pairing Zaine Kennedy and Brandon Coglan a further four points back in third position.

For Holder, from Appin, the win capped off a massive weekend of racing that saw him finish second in the Australian Under 16 125cc Solo Speedway Championship before a credible ninth in the second round of the Australian Solo Speedway Championship.

Kurtz, from Cowra, added two National Championship trophies to his collection after taking out Friday night's Australian Under 16 125cc Solo Speedway Championship for the second time.

2012 Australian Under 16 125cc Solo Speedway Championship
Final Results:
NSW: Jack Holder/Brady Kurtz 30 points;
VIC: Max Fricke/Cooper Riordan 24;
QLD: Zaine Kennedy/Brandon Coglan 20;
NSW2: Max Croker/Ben Cook 17;
QLD2: Bryce Brigden/Brodie Eves 14;
SA: Jake Mitchell/Jack Norman 11;
WA: Sheldon Gill/Matthew Marson 10.

Main Photo: Brady Kurtz and Jack Holder celebrate their 2012 Australian Under 16 125cc Teams Championship win.
Credit: All Action Motosport

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