Summers gets Wolverhampton test

LAKESIDE Hammers will give young Aussie Aaron Summers a second opportunity for Play Off glory. With both reserves, Robert Mear and Phil Morris, out of action for the rest of the season and Rye House's Andrew Silver still struggling with a neck injury, the Hammers have a limited choice and have plumped for the Edinburgh rider.

LAKESIDE Hammers will give young Aussie Aaron Summers a second opportunity for Play Off glory. With both reserves, Robert Mear and Phil Morris, out of action for the rest of the season and Rye House's Andrew Silver still struggling with a neck injury, the Hammers have a limited choice and have plumped for the Edinburgh rider.

Summers was practising ahead of the meeting in the company of Fellow Australian and Hammers captain Adam Shields along with Stuart Robson and it is hoped that this experience of the Arena-Essex Raceway will stand him in good stead for this evening's meeting.

The Hammers Co Promoter and Team Manager Jon Cook states: "Aaron suffered from a tapes offence in his first ride last Monday up at Wolverhampton but was not off the pace and he is the best option available. If he can nick a couple of points it could make all the difference, although in truth it's his senior colleagues who hold the key in this important match and they are all, to a man, determined to make amends for last week.”


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