Hardy: proud to be SIC

Following the successful trials event yesterday the crowd moved onto Emerald Surf City in the Cronulla mall for a huge promo. The crowd of was treated to a meet and greet with some of the sports best with loads of giveaways and prizes.

After over an hour of excited mayhem the crowd was shuffled next door to the 2230 Bar Cronulla for the exciting live heat draw where NRL superstar Eric Grothe Jr was on hand to draw out each competitors name heat by heat.

Former Contest Director Mark Fordham officially handed over the reins to new head honcho Alex Leon. This year the contest is reshaped into a one-day progression heats challenge.

Due to a recent injury Michael Novy unable to compete in this years challenge and has been replaced by fellow Unite team rider Nick Ormerod. Also unable to make last nights briefing was Damian King due to the birth of his first child. Our congratulations go out to him and his wife.

Heat 1
Adam Smith
John Showell
Ryan Hardy
Andrew Lester

Heat 2
Jason Finlay
Dave Winchester
Jared Houston
Damian King

Heat 3
Sam Strachen
Shaun Pyne
Nick Ormerod
Brenden Newton

Heat 4
Glen Sullivan
Daniel Worsely
Ben Player
Thomas Robinson

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