Devils V Mildenhall Preview
The on form Plymouth Devils race their final home league match facing the Mildenhall Fen Tigers at the St Boniface Arena on Friday night in the meeting re-arranged after being called off a fortnight ago .
Having dispatched third placed Lakeside with their biggest home win of the season 57-32 recently and defeating the reigning league champions Birmingham last week the Devils will be looking to continue their form against the Tigers. With the two sides clashing in early October in the National Trophy Final this is a dress rehearsal for that .
The Devils are unchanged from last week’s win with Jamie Halder again as guest for Saul Bulley , who is still unwell . Halder did a first class job again and then had a successful weekend guesting for Eastbourne in their double header Saturday then for his old club Buxton in their double header Sunday.
Mildenhall bring in Lakeside’s Ben Morley as he covers for Connor Mountain as he is in action for Ipswich at Edinburgh in the Championship Play-off Semi-final. They are also without reserve Danno Verge , who is suffering a collarbone injury. They use former Devil William O’Keefe with Alex Spooner in for Sam Woods.
There is a full second half with the Plymouth BUDE BREWERY Demons meeting the Weymouth Wildcats .
PLYMOUTH DEVILS :
ADAM ROYNON 9.78
RICHARD ANDREWS 4.18
BENJI COMPTON C 6.09
CALLUM WALKER 4.19
STEVE BOXALL 9.33
JAMIE HALDER (G) 3.00
HENRY ATKINS 3.86
MILDENHALL “MANCHETTS” FEN TIGERS
BEN MORLEY (G)
R/R JORDAN JENKINS
ALEX SPOONER (G)
TEAM MANAGER : ROB HENRY
PLYMOUTH “BUDE BEWERY” DEMONS
HENRY ATKINS ©
GATES OPEN 5.45 PM. PARADE 7PM. FIRST RACE 7.15PM. ADMISSION : ADULTS £10; CHILD 10-16 AND STUDENTS (with proof) £5, U10’s FREE ; FAMILY (2A +2C) £25.
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