Speedway: Mildenhall on track
MILDENHALL supporters will get their first look at their new Premier and Conference League teams on track when the club runs its first practice day on Saturday 28 January. Riders from both teams are expected to take to the West Row track from 10am to 12n
MILDENHALL supporters will get their first look at their new Premier and Conference League teams on track when the club runs its first practice day on Saturday 28 January.
Riders from both teams are expected to take to the West Row track from 10am to 12noon, with all fans welcome.
Riders that are not affiliated to other Premier League clubs can attend the open practice sessions from noon-4pm and if interested are asked to contact Blayne Scroggins on 07962 019862 or Mick Horton on 07734 879007.
The Fen Tigers' number one, Jason Lyons, is due to fly into the UK this month and could make an appearance at the practice day, though this is to be confirmed.
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Seventeen-year-old Mark Baseby's career at Mildenhall has started with a positive step by gaining sponsorship over the festive period to aid a promising year ahead in the Academy team.
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The former Rye House and Sittingbourne star has plenty of admirers and was a shrewd capture by the club who signed Baseby as an asset last month. Now he's the beneficiary of backing by Neil Day and Abbe Edwards, who sponsored Jon Armstrong last season and will carry that on in 2006.