Luke Mc Manus – Wallie
With the light fading fast, attention was drawn to the nine set. If you’d been to Fastlands then you’ll know that this set has downhill run up and up hill run out which has been known to have driven people to total despair multiple times! As everyone else was trying to get their heads and legs around uneven situation, Luke McManus dragged the wallie wedge to the top step and sent himself to the ground below for more free proddy.
Callum Sidlauskas – Nollie Bigspin (below)
With the 9-stair session now in full flow, Kris Vile opted to take the Mike Manzoori/Eddie Belvedere line with an ollie over the handrail onto the worryingly narrow wall below. Wolverhampton’s secret weapon Sean Baker set the bar high with a nollie backside flip which set the crowd on fire. Birmingham local Callum Sidlauskas battled the aforementioned uphill run out during his nollie bigspin attempts, cracking his board multiple times before, on a borrowed board, he shut the season down with a perfect roll away.
Massive props to Jason and the No Comply Network for bringing an event of this scale to Birmingham and getting so many people hyped to be under a flyover on a Saturday afternoon. Respect!