Maryborough BMX riders - (L) Cooper Rufus,13, Aiden Barsby,10, Cadell,9, and Aston,7, Sheppard and Teya,10, and Shae,8, Rufus.
Maryborough BMX riders - (L) Cooper Rufus,13, Aiden Barsby,10, Cadell,9, and Aston,7, Sheppard and Teya,10, and Shae,8, Rufus. Alistair Brightman

At least one Australian BMX plate to return to Maryborough

AT LEAST one Australian plate will return with Maryborough BMX Club's team of riders at the national titles.

The BMX Australia National Championships, which are being held at Sleeman Sports Complex in Brisbane, started on Thursday, with Maryborough member Teya Rufus in action.

The young gun carved up in the 11-12 cruiser class, and finished second in the final.

The second day will see more riders in action.

Maryborough BMX riders - (L) Cooper Rufus,13, Cadell Sheppard,9, Aiden Barsby,10, Aston Sheppard,7, and Teya,10, and Shae,8, Rufus.
Maryborough BMX riders - (L) Cooper Rufus,13, Cadell Sheppard,9, Aiden Barsby,10, Aston Sheppard,7, and Teya,10, and Shae,8, Rufus. Alistair Brightman


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