BURY Cycle Speedway Club's under-13s beat their Stockport counterparts in the meeting between the two clubs last Sunday.

In the Division Three clash, Bury took a resounding 54-16 win with their two newest riders – the Mohammadi twin sisters Shara and Saha – both riding to nine points.

The three Dunphy brothers all put in good scores to ensure the win, with Ewan Ferieria taking a maximum 16 points for Stockport.

In the Division One match, Stockport who were one rider short.

Bury went into an early lead, but could not open the gap to make it comfortable and when Adam Turnbull got a gate exclusion, the advantage swung Stockport's way.

Two heats later, another maximum heat win put Stockport ahead which was repeated in heat nine and Stockport were six ahead.

Bury managed to pull it back to five points down by heat 18 and when Kris Ramsden and Will Owens took a 7-2 heat win, the match ended 86 apiece.

It was a close match with Stockport having the advantage in gating strength on the day, though being one rider short made all the difference.

Bury 86 – Neil Howarth 18/1, Will Owens 17/3, Kris Ramsden 15/1, Adam Taylor 14/3, Adam Turnbull 10/1, Eryk Mataram 7/2, Kaysar Mohammadi 5/1.

Stockport 86 – Jake Read 23/1, Ben Higham 21/1, Louis Wright 19/1, Terry Norman 15/3, Ewan Ferieria 8.

The Division Two match was another tense and close affair with both teams ending up with 59 points for an unprecedented second drawn scoreline.

Bury won the match due to Stockport having to field two ineligible riders, 113-59, but Stockport deserve credit for the sporting manner in which they rode the match, against much younger and less-experienced opponents.

Anyone fancying a trial at cycle speedway should head to Goshen sports centre on Thursdays at 6pm for a free session with bikes and helmets supplied and experienced coaches in attendance.