SWINDON Robins' ace Nick Morris lifted more silverware on Saturday night when he was crowned SGB Championship Riders' champion, despite a nasty crash.

The Australian, who helped Swindon to the SGB Premiership title earlier this month, survived a horrendous semi-final pile-up with home star Richard Lawson to win the final at Glasgow's Ashfield track last night.

Morris, riding for his Championship club Berwick, made a fine start in the decider to outpace former Grand Prix winner Chris Harris and another home rider Richie Worrall.

He admitted: "I feel pretty second-hand. It was a big crash in the semi and I got banged up.

"I also wrote my bike off and gave my inner thigh a big whack. So to get through the semi and then win the final is just great.

"I needed a big start and the second bike worked great for me. I'm stoked because I've had a great season winning the league title with Swindon and now this.

"I'm also delighted to win a trophy for the Berwick fans and promotion, they deserve this for all their hard work."

Glasgow's Worrall was impressive with an unbeaten 15 points in the qualifying heats.