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FRICKE FLIES TO AUSSIE CROWN

Edinburgh star Max Fricke has been crowned Australian Under-21 champion at Kurri Kurri.

19 / 01 / 2013, 10:35

Edinburgh star Max Fricke has been crowned Australian Under-21 champion at Kurri Kurri.

Fricke burst from third to first in the A Final to take the title ahead of Taylor Poole, Justin Sedgmen and B Final winner Alex Davies.

Poole topped the heat scorechart on 13 points, ahead of Sedgmen and Fricke, who both bagged 12.

Swindon racer Nick Morris just missed out on 11 and suffered further disappointment after Davies qualified for the B Final on nine and pipped him to victory.

Cameron Heeps was third in the B Final and Tyson Nelson fourth – the pair qualified on eight.

Local racer Mason Campton missed out on countback with eight points, while Jake Allen, brothers Todd and Brady Kurtz and Jack Holder – younger brother of world champion Chris – all fell short on seven.

AUSSIE UNDER-21 HEAT SCORES: 1 Taylor Poole 13, 2 Justin Sedgmen 12, 3 Max Fricke 12, 4 Nick Morris 11, 5 Alex Davies 9, 6 Cameron Heeps 8, 7 Tyson Nelson 8, 8 Mason Campton 8, 9 Jake Allen 7, 10 Todd Kurtz 7, 11 Brady Kurtz 7, 12 Jack Holder 7, 13 Tyson Snow 6, 14 Robert Medson 3, 15 Hayden Bond 1, 16 Ryan Douglas 1.

B Final: Davies, Morris, Heeps, Nelson.

A Final: Fricke, Poole, Sedgmen, Davies.

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