Hart the new boy at Mildenhall

MILDENHALL Fen Tigers have started their team building as they mean to go on by announcing five riders for next season's squad. In at heat leader comes Suffolk based big hitter Jerran Hart who was riding for double winners Bournemouth this season, the 18yr old had been tipped to ride for the Tigers in previous seasons but for one reason or another it has never happened until now and the Promotion at West Row are delighted to have snapped up the young English star who comes in on an 8.

MILDENHALL Fen Tigers have started their team building as they mean to go on by announcing five riders for next season's squad.

In at heat leader comes Suffolk based big hitter Jerran Hart who was riding for double winners Bournemouth this season, the 18yr old had been tipped to ride for the Tigers in previous seasons but for one reason or another it has never happened until now and the Promotion at West Row are delighted to have snapped up the young English star who comes in on an 8.90 average.

Back from last season comes the trio of Oliver Rayson ,Joe Jacobs and Nick Laurence all of impressing in their debut seasons for the club and will be looking to improve even further in 2010.

The last member of the squad and will start the season at No.8 will be Sussex based Niall Strudwick who impressed in regular second halves in 2009.


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The club also expect to start talks with Captain and club talisman Barrie Evans and are just awaiting permission to open negotiations from his parent club Stoke.

Club Co Chairman Ray Mascall said "We are delighted to be able to announce the five riders so early compared to last season and fully expect to be challenging for honours on all fronts next season so it is certainly exciting times at West Row."

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