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Morrison on Form With Aghadowey Double
Ballymoney racer Thomas Morrison grabbed his first ever final victory in the 2.0 Hot Rods at Aghadowey Oval on Saturday evening, doubling up by taking a win in one of the heats as well. After a horrible day weather wise, it fortunately stayed dry for most of the evening, with Portadown’s Jordan Robinson taking a fine Superstox final victory whilst fellow Portadown ace Steven Haugh took the honours in the ProStocks King of Aghadowey title race. The other feature wins at the Degree Refrigeration sponsored event went to Nutts Corner’s Ryan Stewart in the 1300 Stock Cars and Kilrea’s Joshua McMullan in the Thunder Rods.

Another fine turnout of 2.0 Hot Rods saw Thomas Morrison stretch clear to take the opening heat win over the squabbling pack of Conor Hughes, Mervyn Emerson and Stephen Emerson. Heat two turned out to be the race of the night, with Dungannon veteran Davy Potter just holding off S Emerson as they dashed side by side to the line. Adam Best had earlier got alongside Potter too, but just couldn’t make his move stick.
Morrison quickly hit the front in the final ahead of Colin McFarland, with Gary O’Neill impressing as he moved forward from the pack. McFarland made O’Neill work hard, but Gary finally made it to second although by now Morrison was just too far down the road. Thomas cruised home to complete his double in some style, with O’Neill, Thomas Dilly and Jonny McMillan next home.

Brian Lammey was the early pacesetter in the opening Superstox race of the evening, before losing out to Ed Davis. Stephen Stewart though was showing great pace, and he bumpered his way past to the win over World and Irish Champion Lee Davison. Heat two boiled down to a scrap over the closing laps between leader Davis, Jordan Robinson and Stewart, with the bumpers put to good use between the trio. Stewart again came through for the win over Davis and Sean Mark in the end, with Robinson having to make do with fourth.
Lammey and then Davis had spells out front in the final, with Robinson filling the mirrors of Davis as the laps dwindled down. Jordan went in with the bumper with just over a lap to go to take up the running, and just held off Davison to land a morale boosting feature race victory.

An improved field of ProStocks took to the track for their King of Aghadowey, with an entertaining first heat falling to Dylan Booth after he slipped past long time leader David McKinnon. William McFaul and McKinnon filled the places. McKinnon again had the lead in heat two before being challenged by Daryl McAleese, but European Champion Steven Haugh had his sights on victory as he unceremoniously dumped both wide to steal the victory over Dan Shannon and McFaul.
The closed grid King of Aghadowey final saw plenty of action early on, before Haugh edged clear to grab the silverware over McFaul and Sam Stewart.

The heavy metal 1300 Stock Cars saw Lee Topping out front in the opener before he lost out to Ryan Stewart, Ryan then racing home to the win over Nicky Lowry and Fionn Donnelly. Heat two saw Topping and Donnelly squabbling over the lead, but their advantage was wiped out when the caution flags came out as Stewart lost a wheel on the Brown Trout Bend. The bumpers were flying in on the restart, with Josh McKinstry powering through to the win. He was then unfortunately docked two places by the Stewards for jumping the original start, handing the win to Donnelly over Topping.
Donnelly continued his good run by leading the final, but he had no answer to the repaired Stewart, Ryan racing past and off into the distance for a clear win. Ryan’s double earns him a rise to the star grade for the next meeting, with his brother Willie Stewart and Lowry filling the podium places.

Another great entry of Thunder Rods saw some spectacular racing, with Josh Goligher grabbing the opening heat victory over long time leader Jameson Tweed and Gareth McCrory. Heat two was a rather messy affair with a number of cautions and penalties, and amidst the chaos it was Joshua McMullan who took the win over Tweed and the impressive Andy McLeister.
There were plenty of talking points and cautions in the final too, the most notable of which was for a huge shunt for young David Gurney. After some medical attention David was eventually able to walk from his car, and McMullan and David Wilson commenced a great battle for the lead on the restart. Despite Wilson’s best efforts on the outside line McMullan just held on for the win over Wilson, with John Goligher and George Esler next home.

Many thanks to our meeting sponsors, Degree Refrigeration

Added: 28/04/19

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