AUSSIE starlet Mason Campton secured his first ever paid maximum in British speedway as Glasgow Tigers moved off the bottom of the Northern League Cup section with a 54-39 victory over Sheffield.
Campton earned 12 points from four races - starting in the very first heat as he blitzed home ahead of skipper Joe Screen in 59.5 seconds.
It got Glasgow off to a perfect start with a 5-1 and Stewart Dickson's re-energised side never looked back with Scotland's number one James Grieves also recording a superb maximum.
Both sides went into the match at full strength with Jayden O’Malley returning to the side after missing last weekend's matches against Workington through injury.
Campton and Screen's 5-1 in the opening race was followed by a 4-2 in the second heat with Jade Mudgway winning his first race in Tigers colours. Grieves and Josh Grajczonek then stretched the home lad to 16-8 with two comfortable victories.
In the first running of heat five Hugh Skidmore locked up on bend four and James Grieves did brilliantly to lay his bike down to avoid him. Grieves was lucky not to be hit by the other two riders and the brilliantly named Skidmore was excluded from re run.
When the race eventually went ahead at the third time of asking, O'Malley did well to hold off the fast chasing Franc to secure another Glasgow 5-1.
Sheffield used Richard Hall on a Tactical Ride in heat seven and, with Grajczonek well ahead, Ricky Wells failed realise was team mate Hall behind him until last bend, which was too late to allow him past meaning the tactical ride only yielded two points instead of four.
Sheffield used Skidmore on their second and final tactical ride in heat eight but Mason Campton sped from the gate to hold him off, meaning Sheffield only benefited from a 5-3 heat win.
Screen and Campton then recorded their third 5-1 together in heat 10 to complete the young Aussie's first paid maximum in his eighth meeting as a Tiger.
Josef Franc became Sheffield first race winner when he held off Grajczonek to win heat 11.
James Grieves then secured his maximum in heat 12 when partnering Robert Ksiezak to another Glasgow 5-1.
Richard Hall and Joe Haines finally gave the visiting fans something to cheer about with 5-1 in heat 14.
And Screen was denied his own maximum in heat 15 after being harshly excluded by referee Jim McGregor after Richard Hall fell on the first bend - but GRajczonek won the rerun.
Glasgow Tigers 54
Joe Screen 11+1 Mason Campton 10+2 James Grieves 11+1 Jayden O’Malley 3+1 Josh Grajczonek 11 Jade Mudgway 4 Robert Ksiezak 4
Sheffield Tigers 39
Josef Franc 5+1 Hugh Skidmore 6 Ricky Wells 3 Richard Hall 8+2 Emiliao Sanchez 6+1 Mark Jones 4+1 Joe Haines 7+1