Stanford recorded second on both days aboard the Husqvarna FE 501, climbing to second in the standings as a result, while E1 rookie Higlett rode his Husqvarna FE 250 to a pair of seconds, currently third in the championship.
"The weekend went well for us." Stanford reflected. "It was really dusty and dry, so it was unfortunate we couldn't do the Cross Country after preparing for that, but the track was pretty technical and it made things interesting.
"It was good to get second on both days in class, even though I probably prefer hard-pack more, so now we can look forward to Dungog and hopefully get a bit closer round by round."
"This weekend was a challenging one for me, but I am happy with the class results to finish second on both days." Higlett commented. "It wasn't easy at all, so it was good to claw back some points in the championship and I couldn't fault the Husqvarna FE 250.
"Every round in E1 I am learning more, I expect to be at the pointy-end of our class and will keep working hard to move forward in the mid-stages of the season."