Post by bottesfordbullets on Oct 4, 2019 20:46:22 GMT
As the season progresses nicely the Bullets are in a busy phase of fixtures.
The Junior Bullets hosted Workington's JJ team and claimed a narrow 46-44 win and had all 6 of the team contributing to the result in a real team effort. To add to that Bullets' 15 Yr old JJ North rider, David Appleton was placed 2nd after a first place run off in the latest JJ rounds, leaving him in 14th place overall.
The seniors continued recent good form, with a very handy 51-39 win at the Bullet Arena over Newmarket Raiders. Again it was a solid showing throughout with the boys bagging the points to lift them to second in the table and keep the season alive.
Petr Marko 11+1 (5) Johannes Estil 5+1 (4) Jack Hagen 8 (4) Henrijs Birkerts 9 (4) Enzo Innacone 11+1 (5) Zoltan Stepukhin 3 (3) Steve Conway 4+2 (5)
In the GP series, Petr Marko made the Semi Finals in the European GP - his 12 points ensuring he sits in 4th in the overall standings with 3 rounds to go. Fellow GP entrant, Jack Hagen had a disappointing night finishing on 6 pts, but he is still tied in 6th place overall and still has a mathematical chance at a rostrum finish.
Week 15 sees the World U21 Final where Henrijs Birkerts, who has had an upturn in form, faces a strong field but goes with belief he can get among the leaders.
estuarywhales: o/325's result now on website, there could be some interesting riders for your teams given the performances in these series of meetings, given the recent successes of Black and Andersen.
May 2, 2020 10:29:33 GMT