Fen Tigers gunning for Four Team glory
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Mildenhall Fen Tigers are hoping for Four Team success on Sunday at the National League Four Team Tournament, at Coventry, 3pm start.
The Fen Tigers last won this event during their all-conquering 2012 Grand Slam season, and will be all out to bring the trophy back to Mildenhall once again.
They have been drawn in Group B, along with Cradley, Rye House and Kent.
Both groups look equally strong and it will be a battle from start to finish to gain one the two available spots from each group in the final.
Team Manager Robert Henry has chosen Danny Halsey, Connor Coles, Connor Mountain and Jack Kingston to represent the Fen Tigers and promoter Kevin Jolly feels they have a good chance of victory.
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“I am firmly of the opinion that we can be in shake up on Sunday,” he said.
“All four riders are in good form and all performed well in terrible conditions at Stoke on Sunday.
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“In these tournaments where it is run over just eight heats you certainly cannot afford to run a last place and we will be making sure the lads understand our expectations.
Mildenhall: Jack Kingston, Dan Halsey, Connor Mountain, Connor Coles.
Mildenhall entertain high-flying Cradley Heathens next Sunday (June 21, 3.30pm).
These meetings are always cut and thrust and will be one the Fen Tigers need to win to continue their assault near the top of the table and a place in the end of season Gold Trophy.
The following Sunday, (28th June), is a massive day for the club as they hold the 40th Anniversary Palmer Trophy incorporating the Bernie Klatt Memorial Trophy. Originally rained off in March, Jolly has been working hard to ensure an equally good field is available for the re-running.
The field is: Tom Stokes (King’s Lynn, Matt Williamson (Cradley), Connor Mountain (Mildenhall), Rob Branford (Rye House), Dan Halsey (Mildenhall), Marc Owen (Eastbourne), Connor Coles (Mildenhall), Luke Chessell (Rye House), James Cockle (King’s Lynn), Arron Mogridge (Cradley), Ben Morley (Kent), Jack Kingston (Mildenhall), Jon Armstrong (Stoke), Darryl Ritchings (Coventry), Danny Ayres (Kent) and Luke Crang (Coventry).