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Cummins and others bow down to King Rea of Wanneroo

It was a tough weekend for Conor Cummins in Western Australia at the Kings of Wanneroo event.

The young Manx star had a coming together with David Johnson in the first race but recovered to finish fifteenth.

He fared better in the second race though, finishing a solid ninth, then claimed eighth in the final race.

It was a better weekend for Peel resident Andrew Pitt.

The Aussie World Supersport rider finished fifth, seventh and second to come second overall.

There was a top-quality field on show, with riders from World Superbikes and World Supersport lining up alongside Cummins and a number of his fellow TT riders like Guy Martin, Ian Hutchinson and Ryan Farquhar.

The meet was dominated by WSBK rider Jonathan Rea, with the Ulsterman winning all three races.

Cummins - and many of the other road racers involved - will be heading to South East Asia next for the Macau Grand Prix, which starts on November 19th.

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