Seth Collins and Percy Coleman claimed respective victories on memorial day at the Albany City Kart Club. A strong field of drivers converged for the Ross Manley Memorial among seniors while cadet competitors did battle for the Zac Hamment Memorial. In the Yamaha class, Collins drove superbly to claim victory in the Ross Manley Memorial to take out the coveted No.1 crown. Collins became the first driver to win the prestigious memorial double, having won the Zac Hamment Memorial as a nine-year-old. In the cadet division it was Coleman who raced with great speed all day on his way to a win in the Zac Hamment Memorial. Coleman also won a set of new tyres for his winning performance. The memorial day doubled as the final club meeting of the year for the club. Coleman was the winner of the cadet 9 class from Jack Panizza and Blaze Beever while Alex hills proved too strong in the cadet 12 division, beating Brock Kinnear and Ben Keen. In the KA3 junior light class, Cody Colmer claimed overall honours from Lolavie Burns and Daisy Coleman. Harry Burns won the TAG 125 restricted light class from Tim Ball and Jake Jurgielewicz. In the TAG 125 restricted medium division it was Gavin Arnold on top of the podium ahead of Christopher McEncroe and Peter Diprose. Ben Norder won the KA3 senior light overall points from Harry Burns. Callum Harper finished with top points in the Yamaha class ahead of Collins and Jurgielewicz.