Fen Tigers make addition for 2018

The Mildenhall Fen Tigers have moved quickly to secure the services of this year’s British 500cc Youth champion Drew Kemp for the 2018 season.


Fen Tigers looking to seal progression with win

Dan Halsey feels that the Mildenhall Fen Tigers will have to seriously under perform if they are to slip up against the Stoke Potters in the second leg of their National League Knock Out Cup quarter-final replay, writes Graham Clark.

NO LUCK: Captain Jon Armstrong had mechanical problems in Birmingham

More bad luck for Fen Tigers in Birmingham



Promoter calls for a reaction from the Fen Tigers

Kevin Jolly has challenged the Mildenhall Fen Tigers to show everyone what they are made of by producing a big reaction against the Kent Kings in the National League on Saturday (7.30pm).

TOP SCORER: Connor Mountain was in good form against Stoke

Fen Tigers seek progress in two cup competitions

Connor Mountain has warned the Mildenhall Fen Tigers must score big points from the word go against the Kent Kings on Monday if they are to reach the final of the National Trophy, writes Graham Clark.

WARNING: Promoter Kevin Jolly

Fen Tigers ready for their second bite of the Knockout Cup cherry

Kevin Jolly has warned the Mildenhall Fen Tigers they must learn from their mistakes if they have any chance of reaching the semi-finals of the National League Knockout Cup, writes Graham Clark.

HOME WIN: The Fen Tigers' Dan Halsey (red) and Connor Mountain (blue) leave Connor Coles trailling in their wake during Sunday's victory. PICTURE: Derek Leader

Fen Tigers see off champions

A power-packed performance from the Mildenhall Fen Tigers saw them claim their first home victory against the Birmingham Brummies since 1986 on Sunday.

DEJA VU: Captain Jon Armstrong (red) in action against Stoke Potters. Picture: Derek Leader

Battling qualities needed to stand any chance of overcoming the champions

Team manager Robert Henry insists that the Mildenhall Fen Tigers will need to show the best of their battling qualities if they are to defeat National League champions Birmingham Brummies at home on Sunday (3pm), writes Graham Clark.

CONFIDENT MOOD: Captain Jon Armstrong (red) in action against Eastbourne Eagles. Picture: Derek Leader

Skipper turns attention to cup after seeing off league leaders

Jon Armstrong expects the Mildenhall Fen Tigers to have enough in their armoury to overturn a 10-point deficit in the second leg of their National League Knockout Cup quarter-final against the Stoke Potters, writes Graham Clark.

KEEPING CALM: Jordan Jenkins

Jenkins taking British Champs in his stride

Jordan Jenkins is keeping his feet firmly on the ground ahead of his first appearance in tonight’s British Under-19 Championship at Plymouth, writes Graham Clark.

THRILLER: Speedway action from Mildenhall as Fen Tigers extended their unbeaten home run

Fen Tigers hold on to unbeaten home record in last heat thriller

A stunning last heat decider saw the Mildenhall Fen Tigers maintain their unbeaten home record, whilst inflicting the first defeat of the league season on table topping Eastbourne.

KEEN TO RETURN: Gino Manzares (red helmet) hopes to return to these shores

Manzares puts in strong claim for return to UK

Gino Manzares is hoping to have put himself back in the shop window for a return to racing in Britain, after impressing in two challenge matches for the USA.

TRANSATLANTIC CHALLENGE: Mildenhalls Danny Halsey (blue) competes alongside the USAs Luke Bekker

Youngster backing Fen Tigers to overcome the league leaders

Jordan Jenkins is optimistic the Mildenhall Fen Tigers can stretch their unbeaten run at home this season by defeating table-topping Eastbourne Eagles in the National League on Sunday.

ON FORM: Danno Verge

Verge looking to the long term after his welcome return to form

Danno Verge has expressed his desire to extend his stay beyond the current season with the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in the National League.

TOP FORM: Danno Verge

In-form Fen Tigers looking for more of the same this weekend

Kevin Jolly believes that sky-high confidence levels can help the Mildenhall Fen Tigers make a big impact in their 
National League Knockout Cup quarter-final tie against the Stoke Potters.

TOP SCORER: Connor Mountain (red helmet) top scored for the Fen Tigers in the win against Plymouth

Fen Tigers target maximum points as National League title contenders

Connor Mountain feels it is imperative that the Mildenhall Fen Tigers take maximum points against the Buxton Hitmen on Sunday if they want to be considered genuine National League title contenders, writes Graham Clark.

PERFECT SIX: Jordan Jenkins (blue helmet) pictured in action on his return to the side along with team-mate Jon Armstrong (red helmet) in Sundays 47-43 home win over Belle Vue Colts, which saw the Tigers record a sixth straight home win

Halsey optimistic he can soon find top gear to fire Tigers on

Dan Halsey remains confident the big scores will begin to flow again on a regular basis once he has solved the mechanical issues that are holding him back.

FAMILIAR FACE: Alife Bowtell will come up against the Fen Tigers tomorrow night

Former Fen Tiger Bowtell hoping to emerge victorious with his new club

Alfie Bowtell expects the Mildenhall Fen Tigers to find the Lakeside Hammers too hot to handle when the teams square up to each other in the National League tomorrow (8pm).

WORRYING SCENES: Danny Phillips is taken to hospital by helicopter. PICTURE: Derek Leader

Injury to visiting skipper mars Fen Tigers’ win

A serious injury to King’s Lynn Young Stars captain Danny Phillips put a dampener on Mildenhall Fen Tigers’ 63-27 National League victory on Sunday.

IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED: Mildenhall Fen Tigers number one rider Connor Mountain has called on the team to quickly make amends for their thrashing at Belle Vue last time out

Number one urges Fen Tigers to recover from Friday’s thrashing

Connor Mountain expects the Mildenhall Fen Tigers to show their resolve as a team by responding to their heavy defeat against the Belle Vue Colts by claiming two wins from as many meetings this weekend.

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