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NeilWatson last won the day on August 23 2019

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  1. NeilWatson

    Kent Kings 2020?

    The relevant date appears to be 17th May
  2. NeilWatson

    Ipswich 2020

    Discounting the 2019 season which was cut short by injury?
  3. NeilWatson

    Who are the Rising Stars?

    It’s not just you.....
  4. NeilWatson

    Ipswich 2020

    Tom has ridden two seasons in the Championship, the NDL isn't classed as a 'professional league'.
  5. NeilWatson

    Peterborough Panthers 2021

    Tom Bacon is a Peterborough asset and graded 4*, Jordan Palin is neither.....
  6. NeilWatson

    SGB Championship 2021 Confirmed Signings

    Certainly is! Doh......
  7. NeilWatson

    SGB Championship 2021 Confirmed Signings

    Correct, my point is that the conversion factor is 1.6, not 60% as you stated. CL average multiplied by 1.6 to get PL average, PL average divided by 1.6 to get CL average (or whatever the factor is, maybe 1.5) Posted before I read down to THJ's post
  8. NeilWatson

    SGB Championship 2021 Confirmed Signings

    The conversion in that case would be 8 * 1.6 = 12.8, (or 8 / 1.6 = 5 CL to PL), however that may be a moot point given THJ’s post above.
  9. NeilWatson

    SGB Championship 2021 Confirmed Signings

    If he’s an 8 I agree, if he’s 8.2 with a 1.6 conversion.... Maybe we’ll get the averages and rules soon :-)
  10. NeilWatson

    SGB Championship 2021 Confirmed Signings

    If that’s correct it makes a mockery of any conversion factor for doubling-up or down.
  11. NeilWatson

    Plymouth Gladiators 2021

    Would Wilbur Hancock meet the criteria for a work permit?
  12. NeilWatson

    Plymouth Gladiators 2021

    It's the last achieved average in either league that's used, converted as necessary
  13. NeilWatson

    Plymouth Gladiators 2021

    Taken from this article Jason Crump would have started 2020 on an 8.20 average. Bjarne Pedersen's last EL average was 6.91. If the conversion rate is 1.6 the averages convert to 13.12 and 11.06 respectively, if the conversion is 1.5 as mooted on this forum those averages become 12.30 and 10.37. With an overall team average of 39 or 38 points for the top six, and the top two taking up 24.18 or 22.67, that would leave 14.82 or 16.33 for the other four riders. If these figuresare confirmed there will be great pressure on Crump and Pedersen to score big points every meeting.
  14. NeilWatson

    Plymouth Gladiators 2021

    Bjarne rode in the Elite League for Poole in 2016.
  15. NeilWatson

    Poole Pirates 2020

    Confirmation from where?

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