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Glasgow v Eastbourne , League , 17/5/19@19-30

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depends ! injured , walk out or sacked .

i was going to say  say 28 days . but even then  the BSPA. will not know ! better orf asking godders @ scunny ....

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52-38 to the tigers , last 4 races seeing the eagles fade away

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A win for the Tigers is on the cards.

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10 hours ago, Topcat said:

A win for the Tigers is on the cards.

Whilst I agree we should win am a bit worried about having 3 guests. I m sure they will do ok but if not it could be close 

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Any ideas if Glasgows' 2 Danes will be back for the fixture at Eastbourne on saturday? 

 

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54 minutes ago, mmmmethanol said:

Any ideas if Glasgows' 2 Danes will be back for the fixture at Eastbourne on saturday? 

 

do glasgow have any riders in the danish semi @ brovist . that meeting has been cancelled and it may be on tomorrow night .. saturday ...?

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What an improved rider KB is. Rides the track well. Out performing his average massively. Another stable reserve and we could be challenging. 

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Very comprehensive victory and another masterclass from Cook.

Don't know why the Eagles manager waited to heat 14 to use a tactical strange decision.

Good seeing Aaron back seemed to enjoy it.

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Surgery required in easties middle order, the fans can see it, can the go ahead promotion do something before its too late.

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Another decent meeting at Le Stade D'Ashfield despite the dust in the first five heats. Some good stuff from Cook, Lawson, Barker and a return to form for Summers. Eastbourne's 2 pointers had some good tussles with Connor Coles who doubled Luke Chessell's season long score in one meeting. Starkey still lacking speed and a decent gate but seems much more comfortable on the road, not always a bad thing.

Onward to the wee team next Friday.

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That was as entertaining a 56-33 as you could wish to see. The ref said it was the best meeting she had seen this year. 

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The Eastbourne tactical substitution manual . 

No point doing it against Mr Maximum as he doesn't get beat at home . Heat 8 is protected so that's out . So what is left . 

Heat 5 , you're 6 points down.........no not yet . Heat 9 then , you're still in touch ........eh nope . Ok heat 12 surely , still an outside chance of a point .....nope . 

Then heat 14 when the score is 50-27 , bring out the big guns and there you go a 5-1 . Brilliant lol 

 

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I was a bit worried having to use 3 guests but they did us proud as did cookie and co

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16 minutes ago, SharpenRake said:

I was a bit worried having to use 3 guests but they did us proud as did cookie and co

Was very impressed by the fighting spirit Connor Coles showed , we could do a lot worse than consider him for the vacant number 6 racejacket 

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As job applications go he couldn't have done much more. Certainly quick out the traps. Bickley continues to impress, hope he stops growing! 

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