MATCH REPORT: 3 out of 3 for Hull

Hull Cycle Speedway

Hull took their second league win of the season with a convincing win at home to the Bury Comets. On a pleasant day, with the track still damp from the previous day’s rain, Hull began well with a 7-3 from Nathan Everett / Adam Stephenson and a 6-4 from David Hemsley / Dave Cooper.
Heat 4 saw Dave Cooper team up with Nathan Everett for a 6-4, with Nathan then joining with Adam Stephenson for a heat 6 maximum race win. Bury took a share in the remaining first half heats thanks to taking second
and third places but the home side led at the interval by 12 points.
Hull started the second half on top with 7-3’s to Nathan Everett / Andy Angell and David Hemsley / Adam Stephenson before Adam Turnbull took the Comets first race win in heat 12. A run of four drawn heats was punctuated by an Andy Angell / Dave Cooper 7-3 before Neil Howarth / Harry Radford picked up Bury’s first heat win in the initial nominated race only for Hull to round up the match with two maximum heat wins for a 104 points to 74 win.
Bury pushed the home side hard in every race but were unable to match the fire power of Andy Angell, David Hemsley and Adam Stephenson who were all unbeaten in a sporting match that provided lots of exciting racing. Kaysor Mohammadi and Adam Turnbull look good prospects for Bury with Nathan Everett racing well for the home side and Dave Cooper having his best match for some time.

Hull 104: A. Angell 21+3, A. Stephenson 21+3, D. Hemsley 19+1, N. Everett
19, D.Cooper12+1, M. Eglen 4, J. Lister 3, F. Aufrett 2, A. Knowles 2, W. Alvey

Bury 76: N.Howarth 14+2, K.Ramsden 14+1, K.Mohammadi 13+2, A.Turnbull
13+1,D.Taylor 10+1, E.Motala 8, H.Radford 4.

In division two an eight man Hull team, including two youngsters, took on a six man Bury side also with two young riders in the line-up. Hull started well with a Frank Aufrett / Jack Lister 7-3 and had the advantage of using their reserves to space out the rides. Bury replied with a Harry Radford / Eryk Motala 7-3 in heat 5 but Jack Lister / Dave Cooper restored Hull’s advantage with a 7-3 in heat 7. Both sides traded 6-4’s but Hull wrapped up the points with a 7-3 to Frank Aufrett / Jack Lister in the penultimate heat for a 62 points to 58 victory.
Dave Cooper was unbeaten from four starts for Hull with Jack Lister just
dropping one point and Frank Aufrett producing his usual tenacious
performance. Eryk Motala only dropped one point from six races for the
Comets with Harry Radford also racing well.

Hull 62: J.Lister 19, D.Cooper 15+1, F.Aufrett 9+2, M.Eglen 8, A.Knowles 5+1,
W.Alvey 3,J.Goff 2, M .Mobbs 1.​

Bury 58: E.Motala 22+1, H.Radford 14+2, D.Mohammadi 11, S.Mann 7+1,
T,Dunphy 4.

Hull won the division three encounter with their eight riders beating Bury’s
three riders by 80 points to 36. Tom Dunphy was unbeaten for Bury with Hull’s Noah Lyon the pick of the under 10 contingent with 15 points for Hull.

Hull 80: N.Lyon 15, D.Goff 14, J.Goff 13, K.Bennettt 12, T.Mills 10, M.Mobbs
6, R.Durkin6, M.Hodson 4.

Bury 36 : T.Dunphy 16, S,Dunphy 12, B.Dunphy 8