Friday June 28, 2019
CRADLEY skipper Max Clegg has challenged his team-mates to cut out the last places ahead of an important week for the club.

The Anchor Logistics Heathens travel to Stoke on Saturday (7pm) before hosting the Isle of Wight at Monmore Green on Monday (7.30).
They then face the Warriors away next Thursday as they look to get things back on track following successive defeats at home.
Clegg reckons his team-mates need to relax and enjoy each race to reap the benefits.
“We win as a team and lose as a team but we know we need to try and cut out the last places pretty quickly if we want to get in those play-offs,” Clegg said.
“The boys have shown already this season they can do it but I just hope they can relax a bit; a few of the boys seem a bit tense lately which is never good.
“All the boys need to get together and have a laugh and enjoy racenights; we need to have a bit more fun and get that bond going as I think we’d perform a lot better as a team if we were more relaxed.
“No meeting is easy but I’m hoping we can all go out and do our jobs because we need to get some more points on the board if we want to stay in the top four.”
With Jack Smith on Championship duty, Heathens have drafted in Great Britain Under-21 representative Kyle Bickley who proved popular with the Cradley faithful during their 2018 National Trophy campaign.
Meanwhile Tom Spencer moves into the main body of the team for the first time with recent recruit Sheldon Davies dropping to reserve.
STOKE: Tom Perry, Joe Alcock, Joe Lawlor, Luke Priest, Connor Coles, Corban Pavitt, Shelby Rutherford.
CRADLEY: Max Clegg, Tom Spencer, Danny Halsey, Luke Harris, Kyle Bickley, Sheldon Davies, Harry McGurk

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