Louis and Loram to represent Witches
SKIPPER Chris Louis and number one Mark Loram will represent Ipswich Evening Star Witches in the Elite League Pairs at King's Lynn on April 7.Apart from Scott Nicholls and David Norris they are the only English riders in the field.
By Elvin King
SKIPPER Chris Louis and number one Mark Loram will represent Ipswich Evening Star Witches in the Elite League Pairs at King's Lynn on April 7.
Apart from Scott Nicholls and David Norris they are the only English riders in the field.
All 20 stars will provide thrilling action at the Norfolk Arena as big-time speedway returns to the Premier League track.
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The line-up is: Arena-Essex (Joonas Kylmakorpi and Krysztof Kasprzak), Coventry (Scott Nicholls and Rory Schlein), Eastbourne (Nicki Pedersen and David Norris), Ipswich (Mark Loram and Chris Louis), Oxford (Jesper B Jensen and Ales Dryml), Peterborough (Hans Andersen and Niels-Kristian Iversen), Poole (Jason Crump and Bjarne Pedersen), Reading (Greg Hancock and Matej Zagar), Swindon (Leigh Adams and Sebastian Ulamek), Wolves (Peter Karlsson and Billy Hamill).
n WITCHES asset Daniel King is included in the Great Britain Under-21 squad to face Denmark at Oxford on Sunday.
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Elite League stars King, who is now riding for Peterborough, Edward Kennett, William Lawson and Lewis Bridger are included along with Premier League riders Ben Wilson, Ben Barker and Josh Auty.