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BUMPER CROP

GP in Green Meadow return

The hosting of this years home nation Grand Prix rounds has something of a horticulture feel about them with the series heading to Eastbourne’s Wilmington Gardens and Green Meadow, the home of Stowmarket. For the latter it’s only the second time they will stage a meeting in the series, they open the World Championship deciders with the European round having staged the British GP four years ago. It’s only two years since Eastbourne last held a meeting in the series, it’s now the fifth time they’ve been called upon to host one of the World Championship deciders. Leeds—who with a capacity of 30,000 have the biggest purpose built speedway arena in the country—will stage the Play Off round in SL28. Other big winners in the handout including Huntingdon (Overseas Final), Coalville (British Final) and Earley (WU21 Final). The first piece of club silverware of the new season will be awarded at Cradley Heath, who will stage the Pairs Final in the second month of the campaign. On the track Cradley completed at 100% winning pre-season with a 44-46 victory at Wentworth, their success matched by Brickhill, who also made it six wins out of six on their visit to Kelso. At Leeds it was no surprise to see 18 year old David Duckworth come away with the top prize in the British Under 19 final, the Claygate youngster averaged 7.40 in SL27 and won his semi-final last week.

 

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