Neill clocks up his first victory of the British Evo season

Bleary's Drew McKeown celebrates winning the Tullyroan Challenge Cup following success in the Junior Productions. Aaron Ward is making the presentation on behalf of ASC Cars.
Bleary's Drew McKeown celebrates winning the Tullyroan Challenge Cup following success in the Junior Productions. Aaron Ward is making the presentation on behalf of ASC Cars.

A first win of the season provided Marshall Neill with his weekend highlight from Snetterton’s British Supersport Evo Championship.

The Portadown rider won the sprint race on Saturday and registered eighth overall for IN Competition Racing.

His appearance in Sunday’s feature race appeared on course for a podium position before a final-lap slip.

“I was delighted with my win on Saturday, it was great to have that winning feeling again,” said Neill. “Then after the high on Saturday I was left feeling disappointed with my crash on Sunday.

“I felt I made a few mistakes, one being letting Collier make the break leaving me to battle for the remaining podium positions

“Thankfully, I only have two weeks until I can get back racing.

“I’m on the hunt for my next win.”

MOTOCROSS

Tandragee Motocross Park will stage round three of the Ulster Open Championships tomorrow (Saturday) from 11 o’clock.

Entry will cost £5 - free for under 14s - with everyone welcome to enjoy the meeting promoted by North Armagh Motorcycle and Car Club’s off-road section.

STOCKS

Bleary’s Drew McKeown picked up the main Junior Productions prize across the Tullyroan Challenge Cup.

His heat-and-final double arrived as part of a packed Tullyroan Oval programme.

Greg McMullan dominated the ProStocks with a clean sweep of treble success.

Sam McNeice and Karl Smyth picked up two wins apiece across, respectively, the Ninja Karts and Thunder Rods.

Ryan Stewart won the 1300 Stock Cars final and Dessie Dallas finished first in the Caravan Destruction Derby.

The next Tullyroan Oval meeting will be on Saturday, July 4 from 6.30 - with the focus on the King Of The Krash event for Two-Litre National Bangers, alongside support from the Superstox, Junior Productions, Two-Litre Hot Rods and ProStocks.