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Charlotte’s tops at Ringwood
DORCHESTER’S Charlotte Hall, 11, has won the girl racer of the year award at Ringwood Motorcross Club’s presentation night.
The county town racer competed in the junior 65cc class in her first year of racing motocross and will now move up to the small-wheel 85cc class.
Almost 300 members and their families and friends packed out the function room at the Oakdene Forest Park, Holiday Village, St Leonard’s, near Ringwood for the awards evening.
The curtains opened to a huge applause as the large silver cups and perpetual awards were unveiled to an eager gathering, where 2012 MCF Grand Slam champion Lewis Trickett handed out the club championship trophies.
The Club Championship Series was contested over a slightly reduced 14 rounds due entirely to the wettest year ever known.
A spokesman said: “The club would like to thank everyone who supported the Ringwood club in their debut season under the MC Federation banner, to all the companies and individuals who donated raffle prizes for the evening and sponsored the perpetual trophies and to Photographic Memories, who were on hand to capture the moment.
British Championship contender Kristian Whatley donated a signed race shirt, which was auctioned on the night and congratulations to Paul Goodright who went home happy after donating £100 towards club funds.
The 2013 membership forms are now available from Wayne Parker on 07922 174725.
OVERALL RESULTS AND FINAL 2012 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS
Automatic 50cc: 1 Shea Wylie, 2 Mitchell Pocklington, 3 Sol Osborne, 4 Ben Holland, 5 Karl Fayers, 6 Mathew Holland, 7 Finly Abbott, 8 Kaine Barnes, 9 Oliver Samways, 10 Helice Galway, 11 Tegan Nightingale, 12 Molly Cutler, 13 Harvey Wilkinson, 14 Dylan Fayers, 15 Alfie Harrison, 16 Mia Lovett, 17 Sonny Shipton, 18 Callum Clarke, 19 Sophie Thomas, 20 Harvey Pocklington, 21 Tom Woodland, 22 Shay Arnold, 23 Jasper Murray, 24 Jenson Lewis, 25 Harvey Tanner, 26 Thomas Coltart, 27 Scott Peirce, 28 Jacob Ball, 29 Freya Wild, 30 Tristan Daniels, 31 Jay Sevitt, 32 Brandon Phillips, 33 Owen Jones, 34 Tyla Odell Junior 65cc: 1 Caleb Stone, 2 Danny Tattersall, 3 Joe Leyland, 4 Kira Lovett, 5 Rebecca Newham, 6 Charlotte Hall, 7 Austin Wild, 8 Molly Shutler.
Support Cup: Adam Lewis
Small-wheel 85cc: 1 Thomas Shutler, 2 Hugh Mason, 3 Bradley Wilson, 4 Jake Parker, 5 Ellis Frampton.
Big-wheel 85cc: 1 Scott Newham, 2 Owen Cutler, 3 Elliot Evripides
Rookies: 1 Matthew Sturmey, 2 Louis Parker, 3 Tommy Dorran, 4 Conor Good, 5 Olly Macey, 6 James Ford.
Experts Open: 1 Dean Woodford, 2 Terry House, 3 Dean Cummings
Veterans’ Open: 1 Rob Samways, 2 Peter Barnes, 3 John Pozzoli, 4 Ross Phillips, 5 Barry Trickett, 6 Tristan Anderson, 7 Wayne Miller, 8 Martin Cake, 9 Phil Ryder
Novice Open: 1 Dean Hillier, 2 Trevor Ford, 3 Clayton Neale, 4 Jamie Evans, 5 Lewis Robinson, 6 Ricky Hodge, 7 Ryan Fox, 8 Luke Pritchard, 9 Dan Fripp, 10 Stephen Dear, 11 Jamie Kerley, 12 Tom Barrow
Overall Club Champion: Shea Wylie
Sportsman of the Year: Martin Cake
Personality of the Year: Natasha Abbott and Martin Cake
Girl Racer of the Year: Charlotte Hall Youth
Newcomer of the Year: Mitchell Pocklington
Determination Cup: Richard and Tegan Nightingale