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The Ring Summer Criterium Series will hit Tech Park this weekend for the final time in the 2017/2018 Ring Summer Criterium Series.

With Tech Park being the third last round of the series, points towards the grade championship will be even more important.

One grade which is sure to come down to the wire is Men’s A, which is now arguably the tightest grade with the top four riders all within five points.

Craig Wiggins is in the lead on 85 points with Bryce Lanigan on 83 and Scott Sunderland and Stephen Hall both on 80 points.

The overall results will come down to the final race in Leederville.

Emily Mascaro now has a five-point lead over Natalie Britz after Mascaro finished second to Rebecca Mackey in Pemberton in Women’s A.

Mackey is in third and 50 points behind Mascaro and will need results to go her way to find her way back in the series.

James Derrick has an 11-point lead in Men’s B over Joshua Commons.

Eddy Hollands is also in the mix.

Danica and Emily Wiggins are still in the lead of their respective grades, despite both riders not taking the win for the first time this season in Pemberton.

Danica has a 62-point lead over Catherine Zanudin in Women’s B and Australian junior track champion Dharlia Haines.

In Women’s C, Emily Wiggins has a 25-point lead over Isabella Commons.

Kirsten Simpson is more than 60 points back in third.

In Men’s C, Matthew Connan has a 36-point lead over Luke Alsford and Saxon Adams.

Men’s D is also one of the tightest grades with Calum Milne taking a five-point lead into Tech Park.

Paul Malatzky is in second while Brian Johnson rocks into third place a further three points back.

Jasmyn Quick is leading Women’s D by 13 points over Debber Bertolatti.

The fast-finishing Quick and Bertolatti are both more than 50 points ahead of Sam Boulton in third.

Jordan Williams is five points ahead of Ryley Collett in mixed E grade.

Hayden Ivins is a further two points back.

Rusty Wisewould is still in the lead of the under 13s grade.

He is almost 40 points ahead of Samuel Castle.