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Maybe something along these lines

 

Richie Worrall 8.58

Jake Allen 6.08

Lewis Kerr 6.85

Nike Lunna 5.90

Chris Harris 8.26

J Sarjeant 3.20

Jack Smith 2.57

 

Total 41.44 assuming they see sense and move back to a 42.5 limit instead of diluting the product.

 

 

If the silly 40 point average is still there replace Allen with Garcia or Piper.

Id heard Schlein was in the team? Edited by neil bv

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Id heard Schlein was in the team?

Doubt it too wet for Rory up here.

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Maybe something along these lines

 

Richie Worrall 8.58

Jake Allen 6.08

Lewis Kerr 6.85

Nike Lunna 5.90

Chris Harris 8.26

J Sarjeant 3.20

Jack Smith 2.57

 

Total 41.44 assuming they see sense and move back to a 42.5 limit instead of diluting the product.

 

If the silly 40 point average is still there replace Allen with Garcia or Piper.

A team along these lines may keep Sarjeant at reserve all season which is what Tigers lacked this year. If he is signing then that could be a smart move by the Promotion.

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A team along these lines may keep Sarjeant at reserve all season which is what Tigers lacked this year. If he is signing then that could be a smart move by the Promotion.

smart move or just plain stupid . its one or the other .

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A team along these lines may keep Sarjeant at reserve all season which is what Tigers lacked this year.

True but keeps the next averaged rider struggling in the main body when they could do with a spell at reserve. Whoever is the higher averaged reserve must have an impact in ht8, something we were frequently exposed with this year. Winning ht2 is a prerequisite.

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the way sarj rode last season , there was a chance he could have been @ number 8 !

 

he couldnt even put up a fight in heat 2 .. he was that good . but money talks and some of the stick he got from fans was justified .

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the way sarj rode last season , there was a chance he could have been @ number 8 !

 

he couldnt even put up a fight in heat 2 .. he was that good . but money talks and some of the stick he got from fans was justified .

We get it , you were disappointed with James , time to move on .

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lets hoe he has a better season for glasgow then . there , moved on . till the next post .

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Hi looking for some hotels near Hydro coming through in a fortnight to see a certain Mr Collins no Premier Inns as the better half will be with me and plans Xmas shopping on the Saturday cheers

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Hi looking for some hotels near Hydro coming through in a fortnight to see a certain Mr Collins no Premier Inns as the better half will be with me and plans Xmas shopping on the Saturday cheers

Hilton just before the squinty bridge is ideally situated 10 min walk from the hydro and minutes from bars and restaurant's.

 

And it is very reasonably priced Hilton Garden i think its called area is Finneston Quay.

 

Good luck.

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Hilton just before the squinty bridge is ideally situated 10 min walk from the hydro and minutes from bars and restaurant's.

 

And it is very reasonably priced Hilton Garden i think its called area is Finneston Quay.

 

Good luck.

Thanks very much

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Glasgow fans may be interested to know that a newly turned 16 was cutting laps at Gillman last night and he said he wanted to follow in his fathers footsteps and one day ride for Glasgow, his name is Fraser Bowes.

 

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Glasgow fans may be interested to know that a newly turned 16 was cutting laps at Gillman last night and he said he wanted to follow in his fathers footsteps and one day ride for Glasgow, his name is Fraser Bowes.

 

Junior

If he's anything like his Dad it would be wonderful to enjoy having him as a Tiger of the future .

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