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  1. iand

    NL Fantasy Team (for fun!)

    1. Tom Perry. 8.06 Stoke 2. Rob Ledwith 3.50 Kent 3. Jason Edwards 6.73 Mildenhall 4.Richard Andrews 5.92. Plymouth 5. Nathan Stoneman 7.61 Plymouth 6. Dan Gilkes 2.00 Kent 7. Jordan Palin 2.00 Belle Vue  Total: 35.82 Name Nevilles Gladiators
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    Confirmed Signings for 2019

    Plymouth are no longer the Devils , now are the Gladiators
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    NL AGM 2018

    If Kemp was to start the season well and did move upto Ipswich as has been rumoured on other threads could he continue to ride for Kent ( treble up ) ? If he did have to drop Kent could he be replaced by someone with an previous over 4 Championship average.
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    KENT 2019

    Co-promoter Len Silver is delighted with his pre-Christmas business,“I am happy to announce now that our side is (subject to British Speedway Promoters Association [BSPA] approval):1. Drew Kemp (on loan from Ipswich and doubling with Sheffield) 9.152. Anders Rowe( on loan from Swindon, doubling with Somerset) 7.263. Jordan Jenkins ( Asset of Kent on full contract) 7.044. Alex Spooner ( Asset of Kent on full contract ) 4.505. Rob Ledwith ( Asset of Kent on full contract) 3.506. Daniel Gilkes (Asset of Kent on full contract) 2.007 Nathan Ablitt ( 15 yrs old provisional contract) 2.00Team total: 35.45 within the 36 limit imposed this year.“Both Chris (Hunt – team manager) and I are delighted with our seven riders, all of whom look to have the potential to push up their averages. "In Drew we have an out and out Number One (carrying on in the best of Kings' tradition) - he was the rider to watch last season, storming through the NL with Mildenhall and when he turned 16 immediately making a huge impression with his home town club, Ipswich. Drew will double up with Sheffield this year but we don’t anticipate this causing us too many problems with any fixture clashes. . Drew will link up with newly contracted Jordan (also a member of that unbeaten Mildenhall NL side of 2018) and, of course, Anders - a super trio to top the team.” Part of article On Kents Speedway website.
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    Top heavy teams

    Practically impossible to do this next season with the introduction of the new only 1 rider allowed with over 4 previous Championship average .
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    NL AGM 2018

    Kemp has signed for Kent. Who would qualify to take his place if he was to miss a match through injury? Could it be As an example Morley , average wise fits but can he because of this new ruling about only 1 rider with the over 4 average. Does the ruling only effect start of the season team building?
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    Ipswich 2019

    Would Kemp start with a 2 average?
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    Isle of Wight 2019

    Leek obtained a 2.86 average last year so starts on that, depends what O'Keefe obtained, if he did enough meetings whilst in a declared team. Sheppard at Plymouth I believe starts on 2.01 as not as a complete newbie.
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    NL AGM 2018

    Read somewhere that Hampshire not riding next year
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    Belle Vue Colts 2019

    Who do you mean?
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    NL AGM 2018

    That's my understanding as well, not sure how many riders it affects, Armstrong, Bowen, Bacon, Shane's,Wilson, Ayres, Hurry,Baseby and Roynon I would have thought reached that level at one time. Not sure on Clegg, Morley or Perks.
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    Plymouth 2019

    Ben Wilson is the new Number 1 that's 6 named only 1 to go.
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    Plymouth 2019

    Read that Atkins wanted to only do Championship when he first signed for Somerset. Believe since then he has changed his mind.
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    KENT 2019

    What about Morley is he available?
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    KENT 2019

    One of the most memorable seasons I had watching as a Rye supporter was when Andrew Silver made his comeback. I'm sure he must have added a few on to the attendance figures at most tracks he raced at during the season.
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