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Witches named GP hosts

Whitemoor will become the 11th different club to host the British Grand Prix after their 22,000 capacity Sheepcroft Stadium was named as host venue for the 23rd edition of the meeting. The second division arena is by no-means the biggest in the country, but the capacity exceeds the crowd achieved at any previous British GP and there would be nearly 5,000 spare seats if the same number of fans turn up as did at New Forest last season. Witches promoter Trevor Walker will be looking to beat the Knights figure however and hasn’t ruled out further expansion prior to the meeting. New Forest have been handed a World Under 21 semi final in SL23 by the sports governing body, who have allocated Colney Hatch (3rd round) and Glasshoughton (2nd Round) the two biggest World Championship meetings prior to the GP series. Sedgemoor’s 66,750 capacity Holford Park will host the British Final for a fifth time, giving Rebels number one Bryan Baah a boost in his bid to win a second national title. The first piece of club silverware will be awarded at March, hosts of the Club Pairs final, the qualifying rounds of that competition begin next week in Birmingham, Kesgrave, Newport Pagnell and Plymouth. On the track Didsbury Village rounded off an excellent first ever pre-season with a 44-46 victory at Whitemoor, the result good enough to see them top the form-guide from top flight outfit, Bridgwater. Over in Kesgrave Chalvington’s Aaron Henderson (14) topped the scoring to win the British Under 19 final from Connor Scott (12), the two will represent the UK in Oslo at the World Under 19 Final. Scott, released by Whitemoor last season, has since joined European League side Malmo.


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