Saturday July 13, 2019
CRADLEY endured a tough night in the National League Fours at Stoke.

The Anchor Logistics Heathens managed just eight points as they were eliminated in the group stages.
Jack Smith top scored with four points while Danny Halsey won his opening ride before almost coming to grief as he challenged Stoke’s Joe Lawlor for the lead.
Youngster Tom Spencer will take plenty of experience from the occasion and also bagged an encouraging third place point ahead of Leicester’s Ryan Terry-Daley.
Skipper Max Clegg has a night to forget, suffering two tapes exclusions following frustrating issues with his clutch.
Hosts Stoke came out on top in a tense Grand Final which had seen three teams enter the last race level on points.
Heathens are back in action when they travel to Kent this Monday (July 15, 6.30).

STOKE 18: Joe Lawlor 6, Connor Coles 5, Luke Priest 4, Tom Perry 3.
ISLE OF WIGHT 14: Ben Morley 6, Danno Verge 4, Georgie Wood 3, Chad Wirztfeld 1.
CRADLEY 8: Jack Smith 4, Dan Halsey 3, Tom Spencer 1, Harry McGurk 0.
LEICESTER 8: Dan Thompson 4, Joe Thompson 2, Danyon Hume 1, Ryan Terry-Daley 1.

MILDENHALL 16: Danny Ayres 6, Henry Atkins 4, Jason Edwards 4, Matt Marson 2.
KENT 14: Jordan Jenkins 6, Drew Kemp 3, Anders Rowe 3, Bailey Fellows 2.
PLYMOUTH 8: Ben Wilson 5, Richard Andrews 3, Luke Chessell 0, David Wallinger 0.
BELLE VUE 8: Connor Bailey 3, Jordan Palin 3, Kyle Bickley 2, Danny Phillips 0.

STOKE 15: Tom Perry 4, Luke Priest 4, Joe Lawlor 4 Connor Coles 3.
ISLE OF WIGHT 14: Ben Morley 6, Georgie Wood 5, Danno Verge 1, Chad Wirtzfeld 0.
MILDENHALL 13: Danny Ayres 5, Jason Edwards 5, Henry Atkins 3, Matt Marson 0.
KENT 6: Drew Kemp 4, Jordan Jenkins 1, Anders Rowe 1, Bailey Fellows 0.

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