The three G&S Racing Kawasaki riders had a good weekend on their visit to Scottish circuit Knockhill - with Dominic Usher finishing his Stock 100 race in a fantastic fifth position,
Kevin Van Leuven rode to a strong points finish in 10th place in the Stock 600 series for the Wyberton-based team and Tom Fisher battled through to 28th position in the stock 1000 after suffering a big crash in free practice.
Usher (pictured) rode like a man possessed to bring home his first championship points of the current campaign.
Starting from a second row grid position in the Stock 1000 class, Usher was pushed back to 11th on the first lap charge but once he got into his race rhythm he began to make progress through the field to settle into a strong fifth position on lap 11 of 24.
He maintained fifth through the remainder of the race and, although making inroads into the four riders ahead, he was unable to make a pass and crossed the finish line in fifth place for his best result of the season.
Fisher began the stock 1000 race down in 34th position.
He had a huge crash on Friday and, although the bike was repaired, it was not 100 per cent on song.
But he battled through qualifying to earn a place on the 12th row of the grid.
He set off in 34th place and worked his way through the back markers to finish his race in 28th place.
Van Leuven had never seen Knockhill until he arrived at the circuit on Friday and had to learn his way around the short, tricky Scottish track.
But he is a quick learner and soon got to grips with it setting the seventh fastest lap in the first qualifying session. but with drops of rain hampering his progress in the second session he fell back to start the race from a fourth row grid position.
As the race got underway there was the usual pushing and shoving on the opening lap and Van Leuven held back until things settled down.
He made progress through the pack to make it up into 10th place on lap 18 of 22 and held station to the chequered flag to earn a further six points bringing his total to 25 and move him to 11th in the rider standings.