British Knockout Cup Quarter Final - Swindon v Hull

Cycle Speedway , Swindon – Sunday, 10 Aug 2014

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Start Date:

Sun, 10th Aug 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Speedway (Competitive)


Swindon Cycle Speedway, North Star Avenue, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 1EP
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Knockout Cup British Team Championship

Event promoted by:

Swindon CSC (website)

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The Races

Date Start Race name Classification Band Rider Cat Race length
10/08/14 14:00 British Knockout Cup Quarter Final National --- N/A ---

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Sun 10/08/14 - 14:00
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Posted 12/08/2014 - Teresa Greenslade

After heavy thunder storms and hail Swindon’s quarter final match of the British Team Championships at the Oasis Leisure centre against Hull got underway shortly after 2pm.


Hull’s team included the double British champion Andy Angell and a rare appearance from Adam Stephenson made them the team to beat.


The first half was marred but a few silly mistakes which ment that Hull were 9 up at the halfway point.


The second half was the opposite where Swindon concentrated on getting points on the board which was a plan that worked as going into the last race Swindon were 4 behind and maximum points would force a race-off.


However, on the unfancied outside gates, and a certain Andy Angell on grid 1, try as they may the pairing of Steve Harris and Rob Hunt couldn’t find a way past.


A close and exciting meeting which was controlled well by the referee.


Swindon CSC would like to wish the injured Hull rider all the best for his hand injury (possible broken hand) and Hull CSC all the best on finals day at Exeter.

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