WORLD Trials champion Toni Bou dominated the FIM World Trials Championship at the Parkwood Offroad Estate on Saturday and Sunday, winning on both days by a clear margin from compatriot Adam Raga and Cookridge Vertigo teamster, James Dabill.

On Saturday, Dabill was the best Brit in second place but on Sunday the sections were tougher and he dropped to seventh. He was the only British contender in the G.P. class.

Denby Dale teenager, Jack Price, won the G.P. Trial 2 class on Saturday riding his Road and Track Gas Gas machine from Welsh champion Iwan Roberts. Kirkbymoorside contender Dan Peace was fourth. Peace turned the tables on Sunday but Price took second place and more or less clinched the class world crown.

Jack Peace, already crowned 125cc world champion, won both Trial 125 events while Newton Abbot’s Billy Green scored second and third places.

Eccleshill fifteen year old Keiran Child was given permission to compete and took a fourth place finish on Saturday and sixth on Sunday under much harder conditions.

World and British champion Emma Bristow won both Ladies championship trials, from Becky Cook each day. In sixth place on Saturday was Katy Sunter (now Katy Thorpe) followed by Donna Fox in seventh. Jess Bown was place eleventh then Chloe Richardson in fifteenth place. Silsden’s Gabby Whitham was place 25th.

On Sunday, Katy Sunter repeated her Saturday result and left Fox and Bown to claim ninth and tenth places. Whitham dropped two places from her Saturday result.