New Fen Tiger eyes title challenge

Danny Ayres insists he is ‘ready to go to war’ in order to turn the Mildenhall Fen Tigers into National League champions.

BACK FOR MORE: Jordan Jenkins will once again line up for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in 2018

‘Easy decision’ for Jenkins to sign up for Fen Tigers for 2018

Jordan Jenkins claims signing for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers for a second season in succession was one of the easiest decisions he has ever made.

MOVING ON: Danny Halsey has left Mildenhall Fen Tigers

Halsey to leave Fen Tigers

Danny Halsey has confirmed he will not ride for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in 2018, bringing an end to his seven-season association with the club.

NEW ROLE: Phil Kirk is the new Fen Tigers team manager

Kirk steps up to fill managerial role recently vacated by Henry

Phil Kirk hopes he can continue where Rob Henry left off and keep the good times rolling after being appointed manager of the Mildenhall Fen Tigers.

STEPPING DOWN: Rob Hnery (left)

Fen Tigers legend steps aside

It is often said that all good things must come to an end and one of the greatest chapters in the history of the Mildenhall Fen Tigers was closed on Sunday after Rob Henry announced that he is to step down as team manager.

STAR MAN: Jordan Jenkins (red) was one of the Mildenhall Fen Tigers' star riders on Sunday. Picture: Derek Leader

Young duo impress as Fen Tigers fall short

A battling display from the Mildenhall Fen Tigers — led by teenage sensations Jordan Jenkins and Drew Kemp — was not enough to pull back the 28-point deficit against the Eastbourne Eagles in the second leg of Sunday’s National League Knockout Cup final.

TOP FORM: Luke Ruddick

Bailey comes back to exact some revenge on Fen Tigers in final



Fen Tigers refusing to throw in the towel despite hefty deficit

Promoter Kevin Jolly remains confident the Mildenhall Fen Tigers can produce the comeback of the season against the Eastbourne Eagles on Sunday (4pm) in the second leg of the National League Knock Out Cup final, writes Graham Clark.

GOOD WIN: Connor Mountain (red) and Drew Kemp (blue) take control against Belle Vue

Impressive home display puts Fen Tigers in control of the tie

Connor Mountain insists that the Mildenhall Fen Tigers must prevent the Belle Vue Colts from scoring heavily in the early stages if they are to reach the final of the National League Knockout Cup, writes Graham Clark.

HIGH HOPES: Connor Mountain

Fen Tigers looking to ruffle a few feathers during second leg

Connor Mountain insists that the Mildenhall Fen Tigers must prevent the Belle Vue Colts from scoring heavily in the early stages if they are to reach the final of the National League Knock Out Cup.

CHAMPIONS: The Fen Tigers celebrate

Armstrong leads Fen Tigers to silverware

Jon Armstrong cemented his position as one of Mildenhall Fen Tigers’ all-time greats on Sunday after serving up a blockbuster finish to steer the club to a dramatic victory over the Plymouth Devils in the National Trophy final.

CUP WINNERS: Mildenhall Fen Tigers have clinched the National Trophy

Fen Tigers roar to silverware

Despite the odds being stacked against them, the Mildenhall Fen Tigers rallied to topple the Plymouth Devils and get their hands on the National Trophy this afternoon.

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Danny Halsey
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Halsey tips Fen Tigers to claim some silverware in his absence

Sidelined Dan Halsey has backed the Mildenhall Fen Tigers to end their long wait for silverware by lifting the National Trophy in his absence.

RISING STAR: Drew Kemp (blue)

Young Kemp eyes 
place in the final

Drew Kemp is confident he can put in another big shift at reserve and help move the Mildenhall Fen Tigers a step closer to the final of the National League Knock Out Cup.

POSITIVE DEBUT: Drew Kemp (blue) was in good form for the Fen Tigers against Cradley

Fen Tigers remain defiant in bid to secure a place in the play-offs

Promoter Kevin Jolly has insisted the Mildenhall Fen Tigers will not give up on nabbing a place in the play-offs, despite seeing their chances suffer a big blow over the weekend.

CAPTAIN: Jon Armstrong

Skipper issues rallying cry to Fen Tigers

Jon Armstrong has warned his Mildenhall Fen Tigers side cannot afford to return empty handed from their next two away meetings if they are to reach the National League play-offs.

TEAM EFFORT: Mildenhall Fen Tigers are aiming for a semi-final place

Fen Tigers seeking to enhance confidence levels against Stoke

Jordan Jenkins feels that a victory away to the Stoke Potters in the National League Knockout Cup will boost Mildenhall Fen Tigers’ confidence ahead of a number of must-win meetings on the road in the National League.

KEY MAN: Connor Mountain

Fen Tigers seeking consecutive victories over the Hammers

Kevin Jolly feels that claiming back-to-back wins against National League play-off rivals the Lakeside Hammers is not beyond the realms of possibility for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers, writes Graham Clark.

NEW ADDITION: Kevin Jolly is delighted with the signing of Drew Kemp

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.

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