Series goes to extremes

By DARRYN NUFER ? BILOELA'S Kerry Mills proved he could match it with his more experienced rivals in winning the Toyota Extreme Superbull Series second round at Rockhampton's Great Western Hotel on Saturday night.

Mills, 21, scored on two rides with 77 points on Pearl Jam and 86 on Rocky Road, to break through for his first Superbull Series win.

The quietly spoken cowboy said the win was unexpected and he put it down to "a bit of luck on the night.''

"That's my first win in the Superbull, yeah it's all right hey,'' Miles said from Sarina yesterday, where he was competing at a bullride at the Sarina Country Music Festival.

Mills edged out Rockhampton's Brian Duggan in the Superbull Series round, who scored with rides of 72 and 86.

Alton Downs cowboy Anthony Everingham finished third, after falling from Biralee Bomber before scoring 87 on High Five.

Duggan again had to settle for a second placing yesterday in Sarina.

Lee Hanrahan claimed winning honours with Mills finishing out of a place.

Attention now turns to the Bullriding Australia event at Bundaberg on May 7 before the Toyota Extreme Superbull Series returns to Rockhampton's Great Western Hotel on May 28.



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