Tigers hoping for some Pott luck

PUBLISHED: 15:15 07 June 2007 | UPDATED: 12:32 04 May 2010

MILDENHALL Fen Tigers take on the Stoke Potters on Sunday, aiming for their first bonus point of the season, writes steven barton. The Tigers lost 49-40 to Rye House Rockets in the Knockout Cup and will be sweating on the fitness of Tom P Madsen, injured

MILDENHALL Fen Tigers take on the Stoke Potters on Sunday, aiming for their first bonus point of the season, writes steven barton.

The Tigers lost 49-40 to Rye House Rockets in the Knockout Cup and will be sweating on the fitness of Tom P Madsen, injured in a crash with Chris Neath.

Team manager Laurence Rogers said: "Tom still has a mighty headache and a stiff neck. As a precaution, I have Michael Makovsky and Emiliano Sanchez on stand-by."

Stoke visit West Row looking for revenge after the Fen Tigers 10-point victory at Loomer Road.

The Potters have lost their inspirational skipper Gary Stead after a bad crash at Somerset but have brought in promising young Dane Claus Vissing, who had an immediate impact and shocked every one with a 12 point score at Workington.

# Mildenhall Fen Tigers versus Stoke Potters is on Sunday and gets under way at 4.30pm.


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