Pumpa made it two from two at Kingston SE as he left the field in his wake on the way to victory with a time of 1:09:30.703. Pumpa used his local knowledge to his advantage and was a man on a mission this weekend.
Just like yesterday it would be Leigh Bentley finishing just behind Pumpa to make it a pair of second place finishes. Bentley recorded the time of 1:09:49.444 to end a solid weekends riding for the South Australian rider.
Snaring the last spot on the podium was once again Richard Chibnall on his KTM, a man who has been at the front of the Veterans field for most of the season to date, would have to settle for third with his effort of 1:12:52.379.
After a narrow defeat yesterday, not even a cut to the arm would get in the way of Ballard taking the win today, aboard his KTM as he stopped the clock at 1:16:48.660.
Finishing just three seconds behind was Saturday‰Ûªs winner Michael Widdison, posting a time of 1:16:51.665, which handed him second place.
Rounding out the podium in the master‰Ûªs class was Craig Treasure with his time of 1:19:01.029, Treasure is a consistent front runner in the class and showed great skills throughout the challenging terrain.
In the J4 class it was once again McMahon who was just in a class of his own, which has been a common theme of late in the J4 class. The KTM rider set the tone by gaining 13 seconds over his nearest rival and continued to find speed and continue onto a commanding victory.
Backing up his efforts upon his return to AORC was Kyron Bacon, as he grabbed another second-place finish behind McMahon, leaving the pair with an intriguing battle heading into the final two rounds at Omeo, Victoria in just under two weeks.
Jumping into the final place on the podium was Husqvarna rider Mathew Pye, after missing out yesterday Pye put his head down and snagged the last spot on the podium.