Tigers hoping for some Pott luck

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.