Fen Tigers name two more

THE FEN TIGERS are rapidly completing their septet who will roar in to action for them in the upcoming 2009 season when tapes fly up at West Row in April.

THE FEN TIGERS are rapidly completing their septet who will roar in to action for them in the upcoming 2009 season when tapes fly up at West Row in April.

First of the new signings and who comes in to spearhead the side with Barrie Evans is Sussex-based star David Mason.

Mason who has ridden at Elite, Premier, Conference League level and is a former Conference League Riders Champion comes in to the team on a 7.70 average which he will certainly see as beatable this year.

Mildenhall fans will remember him riding for The Weymouth Wildcats against the Fen Tigers and will know that he is a star performer this level.


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Club Chairman John D Bailey said” As soon as I knew David who is a Rye House asset was very keen about racing again this season I asked my good friend Len Silver and got permission to talk to him, I then had a good chat with him and the deal was agreed within minutes”

Bailey continued “ We are very excited about getting David onboard everyone knows how good he is and his equipment is immaculate, I would like to pass on my thanks to Len for his help as always”

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The second rider to put pen to paper will be a new face to most Mildenhall Supporters he is Australian Leigh Boujos.

Boujos who becomes a club asset hails from Perth will come in to the team as a second string on an assessed 6 point average and only took up the sport 18 months ago but did have a few meetings in the UK last season at Scunthorpe and Redcar.

The 28 year old said “I have sold the family boatyard in order to pursue my career in England and am really looking forward to helping Mildenhall win plenty of matches this season”

He lists as his best achievement to date as scoring 7 points in the recent Western Australia Big One Individual which had riders such as Leigh Adams, Simon Stead and Chris Holder and finishing above Cory Gathercole , James Holder, recent Newport signing Shelby Rutherford and his mentor David Cheshire.

Boujos will be based with friends in Scunthorpe and flies in to the country in late March.

Trackstaff and Supporters are reminded of this Sunday's (March 8th) meeting and Fans Forum.

The meeting for the staff starts at 1pm with the forum hosted by new meeting presenter Kevin Moore priced at �1per person scheduled for an hour later.

The Management Team will be in attendance as well as all riders signed so far with the obvious exception of Leigh Boujos..

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