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10 Ecosse Junior 1000 crews will make the long trip down south to Anglesey for the final round of the 2022 season, the Pentraeth Glyn Memorial Junior Stages at Anglesey race circuit. The Scottish crews joining the English & Welsh championships for a 2-day season finale.

With new champion Sam Pattison not on the entry list, Kalum Graffin & Richard Crozier top the Scottish entries. Having already sewn up 2nd overall, the Novice award and the Irish Cup, Kalum & Richard are heading into the final round with no pressure and are hoping to take the fight to the English & Welsh crews.

Jack Ryan & Robin Nicolson come into Anglesey fresh from a late event charge to grab a podium at Crail. The Up! crew needing to eliminate their slow starts to events although the 2-day format of Anglesey could help negate that.

Rian Walker & Stuart McBride were the crew to unfortunately lose out to the Volkswagen crew at Crail after some late drama, a theme that’s unfortunately developed all season. Particularly good in slippy conditions, Anglesey could suit them with both loose sections and the threat of rain.

Oliver Phillips has been one of the most consistent performers of the year, challenging for podiums alongside Ryan & Walker. Oliver has Barry Young back in the hotseat from Crail.

Thomas Milne & Neil Jeffrey have been the standouts of the Nissan Micra field, wrapping up the Pearsons of Duns Trophy in style with some excellent performances. They were one half of a titanic battle at Crail with the crew seeded behind them, Evan Findlay & Graeme Meins.

The 107 was one of the best cars to watch last time out with Evan’s sideways style. They ended up just 7 seconds clear of the Micra by the end of the day. Hopefully the battle can be resumed at Anglesey.

Ruan Lowry & Ian McRae have had a rocky start to their relationship with the Toyota Yaris they switched to mid-season. With 2 days of competition ahead hopefully they can build some confidence in the new car and end the season on a high.

Anglesey will be another new event for Alfie Letham & Alan Edwards. Despite some spins early on at Crail Alfie continued to learn quickly all event, impressing Alan on their 1st event as a team.

Lucy Cree & Chloe Fleming come into the final round after their strongest performance of the season last time out. Lucy clearly gaining confidence in her driving at Crail, boding well for the final round.

Rounding out the entries for Anglesey, Fraser Mack & Edward Runciman had opted for a steady approach last time out to make sure the car was in top shape for the last round. Hopefully this means they can go for a proper attack to round out a solid 1st season of rallying.

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