Under 13 Girls


Fay Wiggins 120 points

Following in true Wiggins fashion, Fay has quickly adapted to criterium racing. Consistency is the key to her success.


Dakota Sime 74 points

True competitor in all senses, drives on hard and never gives up.


Rachel Yeo David 60 points

Showed some true grit to fight to the end in each event she rode.

Under 13 Boys


Samuel Washington 120 points

Truly a champion in the making, consistent form equals series winner


Ben Scott 90 points

Great first year of racing for Ben, showing an ability to keep improving in the future


Samuel Castle 89 points

Unfortunately missed the final round due to illness, but competed well and learnt alot this year.

E Grade


Hayden Ivins 111 points

Great fought battle with Darren Lee, Hayden adapted well to the variety of circuits.


Darren Lee 102 points

The first year back into racing for the experienced Lee after many years off the bike, fantastic result to place second.


Peter Washington 49 points

Solid ability to keep pushing to the finish, true grit

D Grade Women


Sophie Burton 116 points

Sophie showed real class this year in her first Ring Series, look out C Grade


Hannah Yeo David 74 points

Always active near the front of the bunch, Hannah has gained some great experience this season


Charlotte Day 36 points

Having to travel to attend, Charlotte was forever consistent, big future ahead.

D Grade Men


Ryley Collett 91 points

One of the ‘most improved’ riders of the series, ready to step up into C Grade


Thomas Wheeler 74 points

A fast finisher with talent to burn, very aggressive competitor


Zac Andrijasevich 67 points

Great attacking form towards the end of the series, a force to be reckoned with. 

C Grade Women


Isabella Commons 118 points

Showed class beyond her years, a true talent in the making


Sally Carter 72 points

Coming into some classy form towards the end of the series, unfortunate to have to miss the last round.


Sam Bolton 67 points

First year up from D Grade, Sam was always aggressive and making each round a tough fought battle.

C Grade Men


Mark Claydon 113 points

Super consistent finishing form, ready to step up to B grade.


Brendon Scott 82 points

Super top end speed and pushed the series winner right to the end.


Desmond Smith 70 points

Improved immensely over the past 12 months and started strong at the beginning of the Series, we’ll see a lot more of Des in the future. 

B Grade Women


Emily Wiggins 118 points

The pinnacle of our junior talent, never to be beaten.


Vanessa Johnson 83 points

Stepping up each event she enters, Vanessa showed true grit and determination.


Kirstie Moore 76 points

One of the consistent performers during the series, more podiums will soon follow.

B Grade Men


Joshua Commons 91 points

Outstanding performer during this entire series – most improved rider.


Beau L’fort 76 points

Three wins from three starts, shows he has the talent to go far. Ready to step up a grade.


Chris Glasby 71 points

Most aggressive rider of the series, always in the moves and animating each event.

A Grade Women


Teneal Attard 115 points

First year Ring series rider and without a doubt, the biggest name to come from the series – A big threat in future events.


Kate Bonner 83 points

Truly an underdog, but consistency throughout the series has earned the second step on the podium, outstanding effort.


Dharlia Haines 68 points

An exceptional final win elevated this outstanding athlete onto the podium, you’ll hear more about Dharlia in the near future.

A Grade Men


Luke Pledger 73 points

Experience counts for everything, Luke was aggressive through the entire series and an outstanding win in round three topped of a great series win.


Timothy Sellar 73 points

Pipped at the post on count back, but overall, a great series for Sellar. In all the moves and really starting to show what he is capable of as a rider.


Mitchell Lees 65 points

Another rising star in the making, Lees was able to find himself in some winning moves throughout the series, allowing crucial points to place him in third spot on the podium.

Club Award

For the second year running the Midland Cycling Club has topped the Club Series award.

This is a great testament to all the hard work the club offers its members and to the support the members constantly give towards WA racing.