Ivan Lintin dominated the second North West 200 Supertwins race with a runaway victory.
The Devitt RC Express Kawasaki rider, who won under questionable circumstances on Thursday, gapped the chasing pack on the first lap to build a strong lead.
Martin Jessopp and Malachi Mitchell-Thomas fought hard for third, with Jeremy McWilliams close behind.
The race was red flagged following an incident on the second lap, with the result then declared shortly after with Lintin winning from Jessopp and McWilliams.
James Cowton took fourth ahead of Michael Sweeney and Darren James. Lintin also took the day's third lap record with a time of 4'55'434