SPEEDWAY: Mildenhall Fen Tigers announce teams for curtain-raising Fen Fours event

PUBLISHED: 16:47 20 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:47 20 March 2017

Mildenhall Fen Tigers' Connor Mountain (right) will be part of the D Palmer & Sons team at the Fen Fours event on April 9. PHOTO: Derek Leader

Mildenhall Fen Tigers' Connor Mountain (right) will be part of the D Palmer & Sons team at the Fen Fours event on April 9. PHOTO: Derek Leader

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The riders and managers for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers’ season-opening Fen Fours event have been announced.

Stefan Nielsen, Jon Armstrong, Ryan Kinsley and Sam Woods will ride in the Assured Services team on April 9, while Josh Bates, Danny Halsey, Chris Widman and Jordan Jenkins make up the Browns Builders team.

Current title holders - the Mighty Manchetts – will comprise of Ben Morley, Nathan Stoneman, Danno Verge and Taylor Hampshire, while Danny Ayres, Connor Mountain, Alfie Bowtell and Luke Riddick will ride in the D Palmer & Sons team.

Nigel Flatman, Tony Davey, Mark Loram and Robert Henry will manage the teams.

Promotor Kevin Jolly said: “I made a point of looking for four groups of riders that would ensure that each of our great sponsors would have a good team with a chance of taking the spoils.

“I have to feel confident for the season ahead and can’t wait for the April 9 for us to get underway.”

The Fen Fours begins with a parade at 2.45pm, with the first race at 3pm.

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