Champs of the kart track decided

Hannah McLeod makes a flying start to the Rookies event.
Hannah McLeod makes a flying start to the Rookies event.

CLUB championships were decided when the final points round of the Lismore Kart Club season was held at the weekend.

The champions will be presented with their awards at the club Christmas party on November 23.

The last meet of the year will be a social event on December 1.


  • Cadets: 1st Jac Preston, 2nd Zayd Tones, 3rd Rusty Ross.
  • Rookies: 1st Nathan Herne, 2nd Max Wilcox, 3rd Nicholas McLeod.
  • Junior National Light: 1st Kaleb Veal, 2nd Luke Collett, 3rd Reuben Golsby.
  • Junior National Heavy: 1st Matt Neil, 2nd Blake Evans, 3rd Flynn Adams.
  • Junior Max: 1st Natasha Herne, 2nd Kaleb Veal, 3rd Luke Collett.
  • Senior National Combined: 1st Ryley Adams, 2nd Simone Attard, 3rd Dylan Rose.
  • Sportsman Restricted Light: 1st Michael Scutt, 2nd Jason Coughran, 3rd Bianca Herne.
  • Sportsman Restricted Heavy: 1st Luke Garrard, 2nd Anthony Grant, 3rd Jason Halliday.
  • TAG 125 Light: 1st Jacob Jolley, 2nd Adam Briggs.
  • TAG 125 Heavy: 1st Allan Beaumont.

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