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HIGH FIVES

Sharks and Magic celebrate GP awards

The British GP will return to Milton Keynes for the first time in 11 years after the Magic’s Spellbound Park was awarded the honour of staging the SL34 renewal. It’s the fifth time the Andy Roughton promotion has staged the meeting, leaving them just one shy of the record six GP’s stage in the UK at a single venue, a record which belongs to last years European GP hosts, Peak Dean. The European GP this season goes to Brighton, the SL34 tie at The Aqua-Dome will also be the fifth time that that venue has hosted a round in the now eight meeting strong series. Big disappointment then for Woodhouse—hosts of GP’s in SL25 and 32—they were firm favourites to land the big prize this season with the capacity of their Souville Gardens the biggest in the country at 31,750. They have to be content with the GP Play Off round in SL34, with another of those unlucky to miss out—Dudley Wood—handed the Overseas Final. Other big winners in the allocations included Putney (British Final), Warrington (WU21 Final), Wirral (Division One Riders Championship) and Peak Dean (WU19 Final). Their first piece of club silverware will be awarded at Nottingham, hosts of the SL34 Pairs Final which takes place early on in the second month of the campaign. On the track both Desford and Swanage completed 100% winning pre-seasons with their fifth and sixth victories of the warm-ups, despite their success it’s Brighton that have been made favourites to retain the league title this season. At West Ham a maximum for Bracklesham’s Rhys Owens saw the 17 year old land the BU19 title in this years final from Ben Kerr of Putney (14).

 

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