October 1 2014 Latest news:
In the latest round of matches, whilst Otters continued their winning start against newly promoted Tip Top Trees the performance of the evening belonged to Hi Q who pulled off a stunning win over Flamingos to retain their unbeaten run, writes Graham Ingram.
Harry Tincknell was handed a dream job recently when the rising motor racing ace from Devon was invited to drive this year’s Le Mans 24 Hour winning Audi.
The ‘Cases’ Somerset Rebels travelled to North Lincolnshire and a date with the Scunthorpe Scorpions with which to open their Premier League Play-Off campaign, the match evoking memories of the titanic battle between the two side in the 2012 Grand Final which the Scorpions won by just a single race point, writes Ian Belcher.
The Woodbury Park midweek stableford saw a win for Mike Bird thanks to a creditable 38 points playing off 17, writes John Bridgman.
With the nights drawing in, evening racing has now finished and the focus is on weekend events, writes Rex Frost.