It was business as usual in the West Suffolk sunshine as the ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers rattled up another big total to take control of their National Trophy group.

The visiting Plymouth ‘Devils’ struggled to gain any kind of foothold in the meeting with two shared heats and one heat winner being the only positives in their afternoon. Adam Roynon was the heat winner in heat thirteen and along with the feisty Henry Atkins were the only visitors to provide any challenge to the home side.

Josh Bailey set the meeting off in fine style with the fastest time of the season at Mildenhall, only 1.2 outside the track record, and with his team mates all on their game from the off. Danny Halsey had a fine return with paid ten from his four rides whilst acting Captain Ryan Kinsley followed his fifteen points match winning performance at Kent with another fifteen, this time a paid maximum!  He was nearly joined in the maximum stakes by the excellent Danny Ayres, who only dropped a point to Roynon in heat thirteen whilst the lively reserve pairing of Drew Kemp and Matt Marson were paid for 23 points between them.

This victory took the Fen Tigers to twenty points from their National Trophy campaign from their six matches so far and incredible plus 142 meeting points difference.

Kevin Jolly was pleased with another fine all round performance, he said “Everybody is contributing well and driving each other forward, apart from Josh’s exclusion we never recorded a last place today and overwhelmed Plymouth much as we did at their place. Giving Ryan the captaincy whilst Jordan is out seems to have spurred him on to even better things and his last two meetings have shown everyone why we rate the boy so highly. Another win next weekend when the Isle of Wight visit should see us into our first final of the season so all looks good just now but we won’t be easing off the gas for sure, these boys want it all!”

‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers 64
Ryan Kinsley 14+1 (5 rides), Danny Ayres 14 (5), Drew Kemp 12 (6), Danny Halsey 9+1 (4), Matt Marson 8+3 (5), Josh Bailey 7+2 (5) and Sam Bebee R/R

Plymouth ‘Devils’ 25
Adam Roynon 9 (5 rides), Henry Atkins 7+1 (6), Ryan Terry Daley 3 (5), Macauley Leek 3 (6), Anders Rowe 2 (4), Richard Andrews 1 (5)and Bradley Andrews R/R