Gresford bull rider Lachlan Richardson has put himself in sight of a national senior title following his maiden Australia Cup Series win.

The 19-year-old took out the Brendon Clark International at Newcastle Entertainment Centre on Saturday night with an impressive performance, highlighted by triumphs in two of the three rounds.

This result reduces the gap between Richardson (pictured) and series leader Dave Kennedy on the overall standings of the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Australia with two events left.

Richardson returned to the Hunter Valley for Saturday’s event following a successful stint in the US and he didn’t disappoint his home crowd.

After an 84.5 point ride in the opening round, Richardson struck back with an 89 point special on board George Hempenstalls, better known as Buster.

This gave Richardson a 5.5 point lead going into the championship round and after selecting Lab Rat, a two-time bucking bull of the year that Clark won his namesake event on last year, he received a score of 87.25 for his efforts.

The series now heads to Brisbane.

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