CROSSFLATTS trials rider Beth Dunning was presented with her award at the Auto Cycle Union function at Rugby.

She contested seven ladies and girls championship events in the UK which also included a two-day visit to the Isle of Man.

Her abilities yielded four clear victories plus runner-up at Didcot and Peverill.

The only low point was third place at the testing Hatcliffe trial organised by the Lincoln Motor Club. It was Dunning's second national title success.

Cookridge's Poppy Fletcher, 10, was not fazed by the bright lights and huge stage as she collected her award for her results in Class C.

The Ireland Wood Primary School pupil only contested one event, but the 17 points she gained riding her Oset electric powered machine placed her fifth in class and an award.

Baildon father and daughter Nigel and Gracie-Mae Scott, 14, rode their Luscombe Beta to a clear inter-class victory in the sidecar championship.

They have progressed through the Clubman class and next season they will probably contest the expert category.