The ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers head to Central Park tomorrow evening (6.30pm start) looking to complete the job and secure their place in the National League play-off final. After a sensational performance on Friday evening the Fen Tigers have the security of a 32 point advantage but will be taking nothing for granted and will be all out to continue their unbeaten run.

Mildenhall will operate rider replacement for Danny Ayres whilst Eastbourne’s talented youngster Jason Edwards covers for Josh Bailey. The club received some positive news on Bailey Friday evening and if fitness tests go to plan during this coming week the exciting Norfolk racer is in line to make a return to the Fen Tigers line-up next Sunday when they face Birmingham in their outstanding home league match. With the averages changing for tomorrow’s meeting the highly talented Drew Kemp returns to number one, thankfully the youngster escaped with a dead leg after a heavy fall in today’s NLRC, that saw him withdraw from the meeting. He will return to the team tomorrow evening looking to repeat his paid maximum in the league fixture at the start of September.

The change in averages also affects Kent’s plans with Paul Hurry dropping down into the main body from their number one position, a failed fitness test see’s him unable to return tomorrow evening so the Kings will operate rider replacement.
Teams –

‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers
1. Drew Kemp  2. R/R (Danny Ayres)  3. Jason Edwards (g)  4. Jordan Jenkins (C)  5. Ryan Kinsley 6. Matt Marson  7. Sam Bebee

Kent ‘SLYDE’ Kings
1. Jack Thomas (C) 2. Anders Rowe  3. R/R (Paul Hurry)  4. Taylor Hampshire  5. Nathan Stoneman  6. Jamie Couzins  7. Alex Spooner