Rockets and Stars set for 4's clash

RYE HOUSE Rockets have named their quartet to take part in this year's Premier League Fours Championship.Captain Chris Neath, Robert Mear, Linus Sundstrom and Luke Bowen will represent Rye House in the next of this season's Super 7even events, to be staged at Workington on Saturday, July 25.

RYE HOUSE Rockets have named their quartet to take part in this year's Premier League Fours Championship.

Captain Chris Neath, Robert Mear, Linus Sundstrom and Luke Bowen will represent Rye House in the next of this season's Super 7even events, to be staged at Workington on Saturday, July 25.

As before, the eight teams have been split into two four team groups, with one rider from each side appearing in each race.

The top two finishers from each group will then progress to the grand final to be held that same night.


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The Rockets have been drawn in the same group as the hosts - and defending champions - Comets, Edinburgh and Scunthorpe.

The other round-robin pool consists of teams from 2008 runners-up King's Lynn, 2005 winners Somerset, Redcar and 2002 titlists Berwick.

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Lynn start one of the favourites, with Darcy Ward, Tomas Topinka, Chris Schramm and Emiliano Sanchez representing Rob Lyon's side.

The full rider line-up is:

Group A

King's Lynn - Darcy Ward, Tomas Topinka, Chris Schramm, Emiliano Sanchez.

Somerset - Steve Johnston, Emil Kramer, Cory Gathercole, Simon Walker.

Redcar - Ty Proctor, Gary Havelock, Carl Stonehewer, Ben Wilson.

Berwick - Michal Makovsky, Josef Franc, Paul Clews, AN Other.

Group B:

Workington - Kevin Doolan, Adrian Rymel, Andre Compton, Richard Lawson.

Edinburgh - Ryan Fisher, Andrew Tully, Matt Wethers, Michal Rajkowski.

Rye House - Chris Neath, Robert Mear, Linus Sundstrom, Luke Bowen.

Scunthorpe - Magnus Karlsson, David Howe, Carl Wilkinson, Victor Bergstrom.

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