COTSWOLD Youth & Adult Motocross Club held their latest action-packed club championship event at Rushwick.
In the opening AMX class, R Bawn won the first race after some close racing with A Collins and were followed over the line by J Philpotts and Haskayne.
Collins and Bawn proved the riders with the pace on the day winning their classes with maximum points. Haskayne dropped out of the racing with a did not finish (DNF) in race two, leaving Gillett
and Cottrell in the fight, finishing second and third in the AMX 250 class respectively.
In the open class, Collins finished second overall with Boyles third.
Filling the gate next were the senior class. Stayte won the first race followed over the line by Butler and Haycock. But a mechanical failure cruelly ruled Stayte out of the racing for the rest of
Race two saw some excellent action with Butler taking the hole shot but Haycock coming through the field to take the win after three laps of bar-to- bar action with Butler.
Behind them, Moss and Morgan were in a battle for third with Moss coming out on top.
In the 125 class, Mills, Cooper and East fought for the points behind Butler with Mills and Cooper finishing second and third respectively.
In the 250 class, Haycock lead from the front in the last race to win the race and overall with Moss second and Morgan a solid third.
Next out to race was the mixed big and small wheel class.
The first race was won by Hughes who hole shot, leading from the front and being chased over the line by Ebutt, Hyett and Yates.
Yates put the hammer down in the following two races, winning both and the overall with second overall being the reward for Hyett for three consistent top three finishes.
It was to the wire for third with Ebutt losing out to Hughes on the last race rule after they were level on points.
The small wheel class produced exciting races with Linton, Bache Coleman and Hill in the mix.
In the veterans category, Little and White tying on points with the last race positions settling it with Colly first, Little second and White third.
It was again close in the open class with the final standings being Walker, Rowlands and Shepperd respectively.
The junior group proved to be more clear-cut, with three fine race victories going to B Evans as he took the maximum. Chasing him all the way was J Evans with three second places and second
Other highlights included the battle for third which went into the last race, which looked like being between Bates and Smith.
But Smith kept him out of the running with Bates taking third.