Queenslanders dominated the under-15 time-trials at the national junior road championships in Bendigo on Friday. Townsville’s Brooke Carnes won the under-15 girls title, while Sunshine Coast’s Alastair Mackellar took out the under-15 boys crown. Carnes produced a sizzling ride to cover the 9.4km course at Huntly in a time of 15:06.3. Port Adelaide’s Katarina Chung-Orr was 7.9 seconds behind in second place, while Tamworth’s Olivia Saunders was third in a time of 15:25.0. Bendigo’s Olivia Sens performed superbly to finish in 20th place in a time of 16:24.3. Mackellar also won by 7.9 seconds in the under-15 boys time-trial. The Sunshine Coast teenager rode the 9.4km course in a flying 13:40.7. Echuca/Moama Cycling Club’s Patrick Eddy grabbed second place in a time of 13:48.7, while Dubbo’s Dylan Eather was third in 13:58.8. Alexander Allott led home the three Bendigo representatives in the time-trial. Allott rode strongly to finish in 18th place in a time of 14:50.7. Darcy McCLure-Wallace was 41st in 15:56.9, while Archie Richardson was 48th in 16:54.9. Castlemaine’s Tom Nicolson was one place further back. In the under-17 girls, Blackburn’s Jemma Eastwood was crowned national champion. Eastwood covered the 13km course in a time of 19:52.1. She was 11 seconds clear of Norwood’s Sophie Edwards. The ACT’s Lauren Thomas was third ahead of Brunswick’s Sarah Gigante. Bendigo’s Michaela Meharry rode the 13km in a slick 22:27.2 to finish 27th place. Bendigo’s Sarah McLennan was seven places further back in a time of 23:07.8. The under-17 boys title was decided by just 0.2 of a second. Illawarra’s Mitchell Wright snuck home ahead of St Kilda’s Carter Turnbull. Wright rode the 13km in 17:31.5 – just in front of Turnbull’s 17:31.7. Penrith’s Stephen Cuff was only two seconds behind the winner in third place. Bendigo’s Sam Buckell was less than two minutes behind the winner. Buckell finished in 50th place in 19:22.2. Bendigo’s Jye Moon was 67th and his team-mates Connor McCaig, Ashley Egan and Harrison Morley were 70th, 71st and 84th respectively. The titles continue on Saturday with the road races near the old Eaglehawk Golf Club. The titles conclude on Sunday with the criteriums at the Mayfair Park Estate. The finals of the criteriums begin at 11.30am.