Fastest time of the night on Saturday was posted by the Kerry Drynan-trained Kurios Motion, who jumped in front from box two and led throughout in 29.87, running home in an outstanding 11.76.
"She is an honest bitch and the difference was that tonight she finally nailed the start,'' Drynan said after the race.
"Kurious Motion needed to get away cleanly because she tends to step to the right when the boxes open.''
ORANGE trainer Dennis Barnes is rarely without a classy greyhound and his bitch Nangar Opal followed her all-the-way 30.10 debut win in a heat of Welcome MDA Maiden with a repeat performance in Saturday's final.
"I was surprised she only clocked 30.12 tonight because Nangar Opal came out under the lids and looked as if she was going to break 30sec for sure,'' Barnes said after the race.
"She probably needed to get away smartly because she had box six and I was worried that Kylie Keeping, who had box seven and who crashes left in the run to the first turn, might knock Nangar Opal down.
"But once Nangar Opal came out so fast she was in the clear and I was happy with her run because that was only the second 520m gallop she has had in her life.''