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GP MAKES WOODLANDS RETURN

New Forest named British hosts

New Forest will host the British Grand Prix for a second time, four years after they first staged the meeting. The Knights 36,100 capacity Woodlands Stadium was chosen ahead of Sedgemoor’s Holford Park, which after recent improvements can hold nearly 20,000 more spectators, however with the RLSA yet to see that sort of demand for tickets—just over 18,000 were at Glasshoughton for the SL21 renewal—they are said to be comfortable with their decision to go with the smaller venue. Sedgemoor—who last held the GP in SL20—have been given one of the final qualification rounds for this years GP series, Glasshoughton this time get the British Final. Other big winners in the allocation include Whitemoor (World Championship second round), Colney Hatch (Division One Riders Championship) and Rugby (WU21 Semi Final). The first piece of club silverware in SL22 will be awarded at Ashton, the hosts of this years Pairs Final, the first round of that competition gets underway next week with ties at Chalvington, Loughton, Maldon and Pagham. On the track Bridgwater’s Lewis Kirby won his last two races at Sedgemoor to complete a two point victory over Aaron Henderson in the British Under 19 Final, the top two from the meeting will represent the UK in this years WU19 final next month in Oslo. Meanwhile both division three side Durham and top flight Smethwick completed 100% pre-season records with home and away wins, the latter—who have been boosted by the form of young British duo Mathew Elliott and Dominic Little in the warm-ups—have been made favourites to win this years League Championship, three-times defending champions New Forest are only third in the bookies list.

 

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