Jason Meara is looking good for the Ulster Under-23 motocross championship following his win of the penultimate round at Newry.
From three starts 16-year-old Meara from nearby Loughbrickland had a win, a second and a third.
He has now pulled well clear of his main title challenger Michael McCammond.
Jason’s big brother was also in good form doing the double while McCammond had two third places and a fourth.
Luke Smith was a triple winner of the semi-experts’ class while Chris Simms was the top clubman with two wins and a second.
The premier Quad class produced three different winners in Cian Rodgers, David Cowan and Justin Reid.
As expected all three sidecar-cross races were won by the championship leader Neil Campbell and Ross Graham.
Meantime, the Mourne Motorcycle Club held its seventh annual charity motocross event to raise monies for the Lucy Parke Appeal and Grove House in Ballynahinch.
Grove House is a residential care home and three year-old Lucy Parke from Drumke, who has Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome, which means her body ages eight times faster than other children her age
“The Mourne club is delighted to have raised £6,000 once again this year, which means we can present both of our chosen charities with £3,000,” said William Campbell on behalf of the Mourne club.
“This was the seventh consecutive year for the Mourne Club to stage a charity event,” he added.
“Following our latest successful charity event we have now handed over a total of £50,000 to the charities we have been involved with during that period of time.”