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Ryan brothers score Central Coast Cup double

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Connor Ryan on his way to victory. Photo: David Lamont
Brothers Connor and Harrison Ryan triumphed in the 2019 staging of the Honda / The Construction Team Central Coast Cup motorcycle meeting staged at the Allen Park track at Somersby last weekend (May 25 and 26).

Connor won the Senior Cup, straight after Harrison had won the Junior Cup.

The names of the Central Coast residents are now added to an already classy list of previous winners of the feature event that was first staged in 2005.

The eight lap finals to wrap a big program of 144 events over the two days ultimately produced different degrees of difficulty for the two winners.

Harrison Ryan, in what was his final race meeting as a junior, had lost out in an earlier class final to Albury Wodonga rider Remmie Fyffe.

But in the Cup decider Harrison put the decision beyond doubt early in the race to lead home Queenslander Tristian Adamson while Fyffe recovered from a poor start to take third.

The Senior Cup saw a two-bike war as three ‰ÛÒtime winner David Smith led the first half of the race, then swapped the lead several times within a lap with Connor Ryan before the latter pulled clear.

Finishing third was Peter Smith, another minor placing for the only rider who has competed in the Cup meeting every year.

Prior to the Cup finales other class winners were David Smith (Pro Open and Pro 250), Connor Ryan (Pro 450), Jake Farnsworth (Under 19s) and Neil Hardwick (Over 35s).

Remmie Fyffe actually recorded two class wins in the 13 to Under 16 years, among a dominance of the younger junior classes by riders from interstate.

A large contingent of Queensland riders made the trip south, for many of them of them a chance to prepare for the Australian Junior Dirt Track Championship meeting in September and the New South Wales Junior Track Championship in November.

Matching Fyffe‰Ûªs two class wins were Queensland riders Bray Bowden and Jordy Loftus and Kurri Kurri rider Cameron Dunker.

Other class winners were Victorian Jed Fyffe, Queenslanders Taylen Howard and Riley Nauta and Jayden Holder from Kempsey.

The meeting attracted over 100 riders and the many riders making their first ever visit were unanimous in their praise of the track and the running of the meeting which should ensure many return visits in the future.

RESULTS OF 2019 CENTRAL COAST CUP MEETING
Staged at Somersby (NSW) on May 25 and 26.

SENIOR CLASSES

CENTRAL COAST CUP
1 Connor Ryan (Kurri Kurri)
2 David Smith (Central Coast)
3 Peter Smith (Central Coast)

PRO 450
1 Connor Ryan (Kurri Kurri)
2 Peter Smith (Central Coast)
3 David Smith (Central Coast)

PRO OPEN
1 David Smith (Central Coast)
2 Peter Smith (Central Coast)
3 Connor Ryan (Kurri Kurri)

PRO 250
1 David Smith (Central Coast)
2 Angus Hutchinson (Kurri Kurri)
3 Jake Farnsworth (Central Coast)

UNDER 19s
1 Jake Farnsworth (Central Coast)
2 Angus Hutchinson (Kurri Kurri)
3 Jordan Ussher (Central Coast)

OVER 35s
1 Neil Hardwick (Central Coast)
2 Peter Knight (Central Coast)
3 Mitch Wolfe (Albury/Wodonga)

JUNIORS CLASSES

CENTRAL COAST CUP
1 Harrison Ryan (Kurri Kurri)
2 Tristian Adamson (Gold Coast)
3 Remmie Fyffe (Albury/Wodonga)

50cc Auto Div.2 7 ‰ÛÒ U/9
1 Taylen Howard (Gold Coast)
2 Jed Fyffe (Albury/Wodonga)
3 Asha Eddey (Central Coast)

65cc 7 ‰ÛÒ U/9
1 Jed Fyffe (Albury/Wodonga)
2 Sam Drane (Forbes)
3 Teerin Fleming (Harley, Vic)

65cc 9 ‰ÛÒ U/13
1 Riley Nauta (Gold Coast)
2 Carter Thompson (Kurri Kurri)
3 Tristian Ayres (Central Coast)

80cc 4str Std 7 ‰ÛÒ U/11
1 Jordy Loftus (North Brisbane)
2 Hugh Hope-Hodgetts (Forbes)
3 Bodie Paige (North Brisbane)

85cc 4-str Modified 7- U/10
1 Jordy Loftus (North Brisbane)
2 Noah Grabham (Cowra)
3 Hugh Hope-Hodgetts (Forbes)

85cc 4-str Modified 10- U/14
1 Bray Bowden (Gold Coast)
2 Lachlan Russell (Central Coast)
3 Alexander Adamson ((Central Coast)

85cc 2str / 150cc 4str Std 9 ‰ÛÒ U/11
1 Jayden Holder (Kempsey)
2 Noah Grabham (Cowra)
3 Alexander Adamson ((Central Coast)

85cc 2str / 150cc 4str B/W11 ‰ÛÒ U/13
1 Cameron Dunker (Kurri Kurri)
2 Cody Lewis (Central Coast)
3 Thomas Bullen (Kurri Kurri)

85cc 2str / 150cc 4str Std11 ‰ÛÒ U/13
1 Cameron Dunker (Kurri Kurri)
2 Cody Lewis (Central Coast)
3 Hayden Nelson (Taree)

85cc 2str / 150cc 4str 13- /16
1 Bray Bowden (Gold Coast)
2 Jay Fouracre (Gunnedah0
3 Lincoln Knight (Central Coast)

100-150 2-str 13 ‰ÛÒ U/16
1 Remmie Fyffe (Albury/Wodonga)
2 Tristian Adamson (Gold Coast)
3 Luke Bush (Kurri Kurri)

200-250 4-str 13 ‰ÛÒ U/16
1 Remmie Fyffe (Albury/Wodonga)
2 Harrison Ryan (Kurri Kurri)
3 Wade O‰ÛªKeefe (Kurri Kurri)

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