CLUB NEWS: Late call-offs hit Hawks
HETHERSETT HAWKS / YELLOW BRICK MORTGAGES were hit by late call-offs for their Division 2 match with Kesgrave so had little chance of victory against the former Division 1 side who tracked a good blend of experienced veterans and top quality youngsters. “B” team rider-manager David Adams tried his hardest to create openings, notably a brilliant 5-5 with young George Later-Dixon who was named rider of the match.
Charlie Lyth was in the thick of the action but it was Paul Delaiche who reeled off four wins after two disappointing rides.
HETHERSETT B 64 KESGRAVE 91
(P.Delaiche 20 C.Lyth 18 D.Adams 13 G.Larter-Dixon 8 K.Adams 5)
Four of those five riders were at East London the previous day for Round 5 of the South-East & Eastern Grand Prix series. In the Juniors Lyth finished second and Delaiche 5th while Larter-Dixon excelled to finish third in the Under-12s. Katie Adams had a couple of races in the Senior before withdrawing.The next round is at Hethersett on 13th July.
This Sunday(23rd) sees both Hawks’ teams at home to Great Blakenham (2 p.m.) and then Wednesday 26th its a Division 1 local derby against Norwich Stars at Eaton Park (7 p.m.)