The 19-year-old is poised to become the second female in the 95-year history of the Queensland Open to compete against the men.
The 19-year-old finished second in the sprinter’s classification on 55 points, behind German Pro Tour rider Max Walscheid, of NTT Pro Cycling (65 points).
The talented teenagers clocked 1min51.79sec, to beat Harriette Alexis and Natalia Drobot (1:53.04) in the 18-and under division at Penrith.
The 19-year-old and his teammates claimed a thrilling victory at Newcastle, where he clinched the title with a last gasp ride, worth 8.15 points.
The 27-year-old claimed victory ahead of fellow Sunshine Coaster Alyssa Bull and Jo Brigden-Jones to continue her good form.
The 18-year-old won the multi-class race, staving off compatriot Elle Cole and American Elizabeth Smith in the final.
Work on the final six holes has finished at the picturesque layout, designed by Graham Papworth.
The 27-year-old was the premiership’s player of the year in 2016 after playing an inspirational role at Nambour but a knee injury in late 2017 pitched him to the surgery ward.
The 25-year-old is on a train and trial arrangement with the NRL juggernauts, including the Perth Nines and an upcoming clash with the New Zealand Warriors.
Falcons coach Sam Mawhinney says young guns Campbell Duffy and Rowan Jardine are in the frame, while some of the team’s more seasoned players could see more game time.