LiveHeathens vs Kent

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Summary

  • Cradley win!
  • Heathens 65
  • Kent 27
  • Follow the action as Cradley take on Kent at Monmore Green tonight.

9:06pm

Cradley win 65-27 with another dominant display at Monmore.

9:04pm

Heat 15:

Heathens finish in style with another maximum.

Worrell wins from Starke.

His time was 58.64.

1- Worrell - H

2- Starke - H

3- Lambert

4- Morley

8:59pm

The last heat will see Starke and Worrell take on Morley and Lambert

8:56pm

Heat 14:

Cradley bag another 5-1 as Williamson is followed to the line by Greaves!

His time was 60.34

1- Williamson - H

2- Greaves - H

3- Chessell

4- Ayres

8:52pm

Heat 13-

Another Heathens maximum as Worrell takes it from Starke!

His time was 58.62

1- Worrell - H

2- Starke - H

3- Lambert

4- Mason

8:49pm

Heat 12:

Clegg takes it for Cradley. Phillips bags second spot.

Kent's Morley was in the lead but his chain blew to open the door to the Heathens!

His time was 59.81

1- Clegg - H 

2- Phillips - H

3- Harris

8:33pm

Heat 11:

Another 5-1 for the Heathens!

Worrell at it again. He is followed to the line by team mate Williamson.

His time was 58.27

1- Worrell - H

2- Williamson - H

3- Lambert

4- Ayres

8:28pm

Heat 10:

Starke takes it for Cradley and Greaves does enough to take second to give the hosts another maximum!

His time was 57.95

1- Starke - H

2- Greaves - H

3- Chessell

8:23pm

Heat 10:

Kent's Morley slides out on the bend as he competed for second place with Nathan Greaves.

Morley will be out of the re-run after the heat is called to a halt.

8:19pm

Cradley have performed well again tonight and have pulled away into a 35-21 lead.

8:18pm

Heat 9:

Another Cradley 5-1!

Clegg wins and Greaves takes second spot!

Clegg's winning time was 58.84

1- Clegg - H

2- Greaves - H

3- Mason

4- Harris

8:11pm

Heat 8:

Worrell once more for the Heathens!

His time was 58.14

1- Worrell - H

2- Mason

3- Phillips - H

4- Ayres

8:05pm

Heat 7:

Worrell gets the job done for Cradley!

Ben Morley get second for Kent and bags 4 points as it was a tactical ride.

Worrell's winning time was 58.02

1- Worrell - H

2- Morley

3- Chessell

4- Williamson - H

8:01pm

Heat 6:

Cradley get the 5-1! Starke takes it and Clegg follows him home!

His time was 59.11

1- Strake - H

2- Clegg - H

3- Mason

4- Ayres

7:57pm

That was a great win for Clegg against Lambert. Though Cradley have secured first place in every race so far, Kent have managed to follow them home to stay in touch.

7:55pm

Heat 5:

Clegg bags another win for Cradley!

His time was 58.37. The times are getting faster.

1- Clegg -H

2- Lambert

3- Greaves -H

4- Harris

7:51pm

Heat 4:

Worrell takes it for the Heathens.

team mate Phillips crashed out and failed to finish

His time was 58.91

1- Worrell - H

2- Mason

3- Ayres

7:48pm

A good start for Cradley tonight but Kent are making a fight of it.

7:46pm

Heat 3:

Max Clegg wins it!

His time was 59.00

1- Clegg - H

2- Morley

3- Greaves - H

4- Chessell

7:43pm

Heat 2:

Williamson takes it for the Heathens.

He is followed home by Kent's Harris

His time was 61.63

1- Williamson - H

2- Harris

3- Phillips - H

4- Ayres

7:39pm

Heat 1:

Brilliant from Paul Starke. He wins to save it for Cradley!

His time was 59.32

1- Starke - H

2- Lambert

3- Chessell


7:32pm

Heat 1:

The race is stopped after Williamson and Chessell slide out. Both riders are fine but Williamson will be excluded from the re-run.

7:24pm

Starke and Williamson for the Heathens will compete in the first heat against Lambert and Chessell.

7:22pm

Kent won the toss and will race from gates 1 and 3.

6:58pm

KENT: Simon Lambert, Benji Compton R/R, Ben Morley, Luke Chessell, David Mason, Luke Harris, Danny Ayres.

6:58pm

CRADLEY: Paul Starke, Tom Perry R/R, Max Clegg, Nathan Greaves, Steve Worrall, Matt Williamson, Danny Phillips.

3:35pm

Boss Will Pottinger says the Kings, in their second season of National League racing, will provide a tough test for his Heathens side.
He said: "This will be a tough test for us, particularly as we are still without Tom Perry because of his broken collarbone.
"Hopefully the rest of the boys can step up to the plate and help us out. We know Kent have some big scorers and it's important for us to put in a solid all-round display.
"It's frustrating having a lack of home meetings, but now we have three in two weeks with a double header next week. Bring it on."

3:35pm

CRADLEY are back at their adopted Monmore Green track for the first time in a month as they face Kent in National League action tonight (7.30pm).

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