The North Armagh Motorcycle and Car Club Off Road Section made this event their flagship race this year.
With the help of Tandragee Motocross Park the club put up nearly £1000 extra prize money, and trophies and were rewarded with some fantastic racing, particularly from the Premier Quad Class.
Under sunny skies, the Ballymac Hotel/Heaney Plumbing & Heating Under 23’s produced their usual level of excitement with John Meara from Loughbrickland showing a welcome return to form on the TMC Honda to take the overall win.
He took two wins and a second after a puncture on lap one of race three denied him the hat trick, John was delighted to be on the top of the podium again. Second overall was race three winner the ever popular Jason Garrett on the AJ Plumbing KTM with Jason Meara third on the AMR Honda, after a sixth place in race two ruined his scorecard.
Championship leader Michael McCammond had a bad day at Tandragee, not one of his favourite tracks, and lost his lead to Jason Meara who now leads the Championship by two points, Jason Garrett is third 23 points off the lead.
Semi-expert winner was Luke Smith on his Monster Energy Watt Kawasaki, the Millisle teenager winning all three races,
Chris Cully was third on his Kawasaki, with Saintfields Scott Leaney third on his dropbuysell.com Honda.
Smith has a 62 point lead over Leaney with two rounds left, Paul Atkinson is third.
Clubmans Class was won by Saintfields Chris Eccles on the 212 Motorsport Honda with Portrush manTony Colgan second, and Bangors Kyle Darley third on his Kawasaki. Magheralin’s Chris Simms leads by one point from Eccles now, with Darley 58 points from Eccles
Semi Expert winner was Michael King with Alister Colgan second and Francis Nugent third. King leads the Championship by 24 points from Nugent with Colgan third. This was a great days racing with great racing no serious injuries, a podium ceremony for each class and extra prizes.