The Gympie Motorcycle club came away with the spoils at the Enduro Queensland presentations.
The Gympie Motorcycle club came away with the spoils at the Enduro Queensland presentations. Contributed

Club's trophy haul

THE Gympie Motor Cycle Club attended the annual Enduro Queensland presentations on Saturday night in Brisbane and was presented the highest club team award.

The night is a culmination of all enduro rides held during the 2010.

The Gympie Club did extremely well winning the club award and had many individual State Championship winners.

Kasey Winston won the junior Yamaha Sprint Cross country, Cam Bateman came first in the 12-15 years Yamaha Sprint Cross Country series, Ben Korn the under 11 series.

In the Pony Express, Wayne Winston and Dave James won the Expert Masters; Dave Marks and Luke Kroesen the Clubman; Kasey Winston and Josh Simpson the juniors; Cam Bateman and Sam Parer Juniors 12-15 years; Ben Korn and Jarrod Brooke Juniors 85 2s/150 4s; Codie Winston and Jaymie Connolly the junior girls.

In the Suzuki Enduro Cross series Guy Parkinson won the juniors; Cam Bateman the 12-15 years; Ben Korn juniors 13 – 15 years; and Codie Winston the Junior girls.

The Yamaha Queensland Enduro championships were won by Luke Kroesen in the Clubman class; Bob Crawford in the Clubman masters; Guy Parkinson in the juniors, Peter-Daniel Allen in the Juniors 85/150 and Codie Winston in the girls.

A big surprise for the Gympie club was the announcement of Olga Stevsky and Stan Jorgenson as the winners of the Sportsmen of the Year award. This award isn’t necessarily presented to a rider but to someone who has contributed their time and energy to the sport during the year.

Olga and Stan work tirelessly behind the scenes collating all the entries for the rides during the year and attend every ride working with the clubs at sign-in and scrutineering.

Gympie Times


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