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Injury Hit Fen Tigers Pull OfF Superb Victory

They may have been missing no fewer than four of their Young Guns, but such is their team spirit and togetherness the remaining ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers, plus guests, dug deep last evening to pull off a stunning victory in Kent.

Without Josh Bailey, Jordan Jenkins, Sam Bebee and Drew Kemp few gave the Fen Tigers a real chance but with acting Captain Ryan Kinsley in scintillating form, ably supported by Danny Ayres and the hard working reserve Matt Marson they took the lead entering the second half of the meeting and held on to it through sheer determination and no little on track skill.
If it hadn’t been for an unlucky dropped chain for guest Tom Bacon when on a 5-1 in heat five and a fall by Danny Ayres when well placed in the following heat the Fen Tigers may have even secured all four points!

Kevin Jolly wasn’t in the mood though for what could have been, he said "This was some performance tonight and showed that we have something special in this bunch. Ryan (Kinsley) was made Captain tonight and this unassuming lad turned into a real Tiger on and off the track, quick and aggressive on the track and leading the boys in the pits. Matt (Marson) was given a hard workload but responded in just the way we wanted, especially considering his nasty fall in heat two, his should take a lot of confidence from his performance.

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Kemp’s Super Seven Leads Fen Tigers To Massive Win!

A virtuoso display from the exciting ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers teenage star Drew Kemp saw another superb win in front of a good crowd basking in the Suffolk sunshine.

Kemp became only the third rider in the clubs 40+ year history to go unbeaten in seven rides! His display well supported by his team mates saw the Fen Tigers rattle up thirteen heat wins in a 59-31 victory. The only visiting rider to win a race was Georgie Wood in heats 4 and 9.

The visitors managed to keep things tight through the first six heats as the Fen Tigers initially stuttered before smoothly clicking through the gears as they left their opposition trailing. Heat six was the catalyst when the fans were treated to another special ride from No 1 Josh Bailey who rode through the pain barrier for the second week running. After missing the gate Bailey first swept round Jason Edwards before chasing down Wood and executing a sweet pass around the final two bends to the win on the line. Not to be outdone both Kemp and the returning Danny Ayres were passing riders with ease the highlight being when they linked up in heat eleven. A super fast gate from Ayres saw him lead with Kemp sweeping round Mark Baseby and Edwards to join Ayres down the back straight, Ayres quickly took control of situation expertly team riding his young partner home. Ayres then completed the afternoons racing with a fine pass around the outside of Tom Brennan to the joy of home supporters.

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