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Fen Tigers Aiming To Stay Unbeaten In National Trophy

Although already through to the National Trophy final the ‘KJM./Manchetts’ Fen Tigers will be looking to make it a straight eight victories in their group when they head to the south coast to face the Eastbourne Eagles on Saturday evening.-

Eastbourne will be full of confidence on the back of a stunning victory 68-21, against rivals the Kent ’Kings’ last weekend. That evening they prevented the visitors from winning a race or even sharing a heat, but that said the Fen Tigers arrive also full of confidence unbeaten in their ten completed fixtures so far this season.

With ex- Eastbourne riders Josh Bailey and Danny Halsey in their ranks along with regular big scorers at the Sussex track Danny Ayres and Drew Kemp, Fen Tigers promoter Kevin Jolly is expecting a close and exciting meeting – he said “We have already qualified as group winners, but it would be great to make it a full house eight out eight at Eastbourne. Eastbourne are a very good side especially at their home track but I wouldn’t read too much into last week’s big defeat of Kent.

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Fen Tigers Secure Place In KO Cup Semi-Final

The ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers ended an excellent week that had already seen them confirmed National Trophy finalists with a hard fought victory against Birmingham in their KO Cup quarter final 2nd leg.

It was always expected to be a close call as the league two most fancied sides came head to head, and with Laurence Rogers employing two ex Fen Tigers Jon Armstrong and Alfie Bowtell as guests it proved to be just that. In fact Armstrong, Bowtell and teenage star Leon Flint scored 40 of Birmingham’s 41 points!

The opening heats were very close and it was only when flying Ryan Kinsley combined with first Danny Halsey and then Drew Kemp that there was a heat advantage. With the scores at 20-16 after six heats Danny Ayres and Kemp combined for a 5-1 that gave the Fen Tigers the control they were seeking, both passed Flint before Ayres rode a superb line to team ride home his young partner. Three more shared heats followed before a fantastic heat eleven saw the race of the day, Kemp at the back of the field executed a stunning pass on Flint and then chased hard after Armstrong forcing under him on the final two bends, with Armstrong going down it looked a 50/50 call that went the way of the visitors and it was another shared heat. Kemp immediately made up for the exclusion in the following heat as he combined with Halsey for another 4-2 and when the youngster produced another high class ride in heat fourteen the Fen Tigers were home and in the hat for the semi final.

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