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Busy Time For Table Topping Fen Tigers

The Fen Tigers face a busy time in both the League and KO Cup with three meetings in four days commencing on the Isle of Wight on Thursday evening. The following evening the head to Plymouth for more league action before returning home on Sunday afternoon (3pm start) for the 1st leg of their KO Cup semi final tie with Belle Vue.

The ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers will be without Drew Kemp for the meetings at the Isle of Wight and Plymouth, rider replacement will be in operation on both occasions with all of the team able to take an extra ride, Kemp rejoins his teammates on Sunday after his first appearances for Ipswich.

The Isle of Wight will be at full strength with the return of ex Fen Tiger Chris Widman to their ranks and Belle Vue will also bring a full strength side to Mildenhall on Sunday. Plymouth, however, have had to make changes with Ellis Perks & Ryan Terry Daley injured, Ben Morley comes in as a guest replacement for Perks whilst Buxton’s Tom Woolley covers Terry Daley’s absence, they also will operate rider replacement for Tim Webster who is also injured. The ‘Devils’ also have problems at reserve with both Kelsey Dugard and Macauley Leek absent leaving the Plymouth management with the headache of finding two suitable unattached three point reserves.

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Fen Tigers Hit Sixty As Unbeaten Run Continues!

Another scintillating display from the ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers saw them claim a 31 point victory against the Stoke ‘Potters’ this afternoon as they extended their unbeaten record to eleven in the National League.

Heat one saw a stunning ride from Drew Kemp as the youngster celebrated his sixteenth birthday in style missing out on the West Row track record by the smallest of margins 0.02 seconds! With Ryan Kinsley tucking in for second the Fen Tigers were up and running. A nasty looking clash between the Stoke reserves in heat two cost the visitors the services of the unlucky Joe Alcock who damaged his collarbone again after just returning from the same injury, and with his partner excluded the Mildenhall reserves took a straightforward 5-0 in the rerun. High class team riding from Josh Bailey and Jordan Jenkins in heat three saw another 5-1 as the Fen Tigers moved 15-2 ahead, before Sam Bebee produced a moment that had the crowd on their feet as he swept through inside Max Clegg on bend four to join Danny Ayres for another 5-1.

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Next Home Meeting

Knock Out Cup Semi Final

Sunday 19 August

start time 3:00pm

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Admission Prices

2018 Season

Adults £13
Concessions (60+) £11
Students £11
Junior (15 and under) free
Car park free
Programme £2

*please note to qualify for free entry a Junior must be accompanied by a paying Adult.

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Hayland Drove
West Row
Mildenhall
IP28 8QU

01638 711777
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