The brightest junior motorcyclists will descend and ascend on Greenhill Speedway June 26 for the Junior 125 State of Origin series hosted by the Macleay District Motorcycle Club as part of the Craig Boyce Speedway Experience.
New South Wales and Queensland will be pit against each other in a 15 heat British league format with locals Sonny Spurgin and Jayden Holder featuring.
NSW will be made up of a seven man team from the Central Coast, Sydney, Bathurst, Grenfell and the Macleay Valley.
Queensland will be the same.
NSW will be managed by Craig Boyce and Mick Holder with Darcy Ward and Dave Watt taking charge of Qld.
"That'll be first part of meeting and then all kids will peel away and do an individual series," Sonny's father Tim Spurgin told the Argus.
The individual series will be a six man 250 class demonstration.
"The track hasn't had 250s on it before so we're doing demos to see how it holds up, they could go out on the track two at a time," Spurgin added.
Free entry and canteen facilities will be available for all race-goers.
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