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Anyone tell me what time the gates open please and also what's the parking like.

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7 minutes ago, hammer1969 said:

Anyone tell me what time the gates open please and also what's the parking like.

Gates open 6.30 the parking  is good 

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Totally agree about Robson however if Rye are to win, Bomber and Nicholls will have to be on top form, otherwise it should be a comfortable win for Wolves

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10 minutes ago, Call me wolfie said:

Totally agree about Robson however if Rye are to win, Bomber and Nicholls will have to be on top form, otherwise it should be a comfortable win for Wolves

I think Wolverhampton's lack of track time could be a factor too. Most of the Rye boys have done a few meeting's due to doubling up. 

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44 minutes ago, Matt Ford Fan said:

Rye to win. Robson is the strongest reserve on show and will be the difference between the two sides imo. 

Harris and Nicholls usually poor round Wolves and so to is KK though to be fair he was so unhappy at Poole last season that i guess we cant use his scores as a real reflection.

Wolves will have to much top end strength in Thorssell, Schlien and Howarth and Masters

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Just now, Gavan said:

Harris and Nicholls usually poor round Wolves and so to is KK though to be fair he was so unhappy at Poole last season that i guess we cant use his scores as a real reflection.

Wolves will have to much top end strength in Thorssell, Schlien and Howarth

I disagree on Harris and Nicholls. Personally I think they are decent around Wolves. 

I agree with you on KK. Doesn't like the place but he is riding well this year. 

All of tonight's meeting's could go either way. Personally I fancy Rye due to the lack of track time for some of the Wolverhampton boys. 

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3 minutes ago, Matt Ford Fan said:

I disagree on Harris and Nicholls. Personally I think they are decent around Wolves. 

I agree with you on KK. Doesn't like the place but he is riding well this year. 

All of tonight's meeting's could go either way. Personally I fancy Rye due to the lack of track time for some of the Wolverhampton boys. 

They usually get anything from 6-9 which will not be enough against one of the strongest top 4's in the league especially at home

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Just now, Gavan said:

They usually get anything from 6-9 which will not be enough against one of the strongest top 4's in the league especially at home

Agree, they both need to be close to double figures to pull off the win

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Just now, Gavan said:

They usually get anything from 6-9 which will not be enough against one of the strongest top 4's in the league especially at home

Thorssell and Masters haven't done any meeting's I don't think maybe 1 between them. Rust could be a factor. 

50/50 meeting if you ask me I'm going for Rye because Robson is riding at reserve. 

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1 hour ago, hammer1969 said:

Anyone tell me what time the gates open please and also what's the parking like.

Yes, their is plenty of parking at the stadium car park and on the surronding roads next to East Park.

Looking forward to the first Wolves meeting of the season, after the wet weather cancelling the first few. I predict Wolves to win by 10.

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Gonna be a tough one with it being our first match of the season. Rye had a lot of so called specialists last season but we're frankly disappointing. 

Same again this season. Scott and Chris have been decidedly average at Monmore for 2 or 3  seasons now but I'd still rate them a danger as could have a decent match.

Robson is superb value at the Green and can see him having 5 or 6 rides and top scoring. I can't even think of the last time he had a poor meeting at Monmore.

As for KK he will probably have a race win coupled with 2  rides where he don't bother. 

Rye will probably take a point. 

47-43

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A poor showing from the Rockets tonight. Let's not have any excuses about the riders needing to blow away the cobwebs, the Wolverhampton side came into this much colder than our riders, Kennett aside. 

It'll be interesting to see what excuses are wheeled out for this one. 

 

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