A Melville Motor Club stalwart was remembered with an action-packed weekend of racing at East Fortune at the weekend.

Haddington rider Paul McClung had a successful weekend, backing up his two wins at Oulton Park a week ago with further victories, and a new lap record in the Scottish Lightweights' class.

In the same class, Scott Campbell qualified second on his Supertwin and in Saturday's races he was twice runner-up to McClung and holds on to second place in the Melville Championship.

Local ace McClung won a further two races on Sunday, with Campbell picking up two more second places and McClung retains the lead in the championship standings.

Andrew Tasker had a great start to his race weekend, qualifying on pole on his Kawasaki ZX10R, but while he led the first race, two riders crashed so the race was red-flagged.

Tasker's hopes were dashed, though, when he crashed out, and after the second restart, John Dean claimed victory.

Dean picked up another win on Sunday, but the last Superbike race of the weekend was won by Torquil Paterson.

In the Superstock 600 class, Callum Grigor qualified on pole but the wins and second places were shared by Paterson and Ewan Gray.

Jodie Chalk and Andy Dunnet notched up two wins each in their respective classes, George Spence won the superbike cup class and three sidecar race wins were taken by Nev Jones and Tom Bryant.

The recipient of the Tom Dickie Award was John Dean, who has now overtaken Andrew Tasker and leads the Scottish Superbike Championship. The last race of the weekend, the Andrew Couper Memorial Sidecar Race, was won by Michael Hoskisson and Scott Hardie.

Organisers thanked race marshals and the commentary team of Mose Hutchinson and Ian Robertson.

Racing returns to East Fortune next month, with a meet over the weekend of August 20/21.