Post by estuarywhales on Jun 19, 2019 17:28:13 GMT
We like many other clubs are reviewing what we have in terms of junior stock, Fred and Carl have brought in ex 'Flyers' rider Tom Cribb to assist with the Junior Whales, Tom's own career was cut short through a broken back, Tom has been installed as manager coach for this season and all at the Megano wish him every success, the Baby Whales will ride at the Flight Path our very own Development track.
THE BABY WHALES
Our captain is Brian Clare our oldest rider and a proud Scot is one looking to put on a good showing in the Individual to move his career forward.
Kirk Tombides is a hard as nails Aussie BN and has made some progress through the early part of his career and wil lbenefit from our coach Tom's wisdom.
Toby Squires is a show stopper and one who is going to catch the eye this season a racer who is a good listener and will take the advice and use it wisely.
Lee Duggan a lot is expected of him a good spectator and using this as an education, will not let us down. Tom has already hinted at a healthy diet of sensible coaching.
Josh(ua) Persson our Swedish dual national who had it hard last season, we are all sure he will be on the right track this season, needs to be commited to achieve greatness.
All in all an electric six who we are sure under the guidance of Carl and Tom will over time ensure the boss will have heaps of youth riders for the future......
The U/18's semi-finals saw us gain two qualifiers in JJ starlet Toby Squires who in the first semi scored 7 points and a 7th place, whilst fully fledged Whale Dan Sheldrick managed 11 points and 3rd place.
Well done lads superb.
Now we await our JJ League semi-final clash over two legs v fellow NSSPA officer Rob Golsby Kings Lynn.
ve done maximumu coaching too Fred but sadly it didnt work out for the Junior Jags. Will P is now plying his trade in Europe and has an amazing 6 point average over there, so hopefully that is testament to the extensive training he has received.