Tayissa Condren takes senior title again in classy display while Saleem McNaught claims maiden junior title

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Junior champion Saleem McNaught and senior winner Tayissa Condren.
Camera IconJunior champion Saleem McNaught and senior winner Tayissa Condren.

Albany Soapbox Club held its RSL Championships at Apex Drive on Sunday to close out the 2020 racing season.

The highlights of the final race meeting of the year were Tayissa Condren claiming consecutive titles, while Saleem McNaught took home his maiden award.

Condren won the senior championship for a second year in a row, in just her second year in the division.

She defeated Fiona Grixti, Joshua Cunningham, who beat his personal best with a time of 44.01sec, and Sam Grixti in the top-four final.

McNaught claimed his first championship in the junior division after recording a new personal best time of 43.35sec.

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He defeated Kobi Berger, Blake Condren and Christopher Oborne.

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