CRADLEY HEATHENS 52  BIRMINGHAM BRUMMIES 37

HEATHENS boss Will Pottinger hailed a “sensational” display from Drew Kemp as they beat local rivals Birmingham.
The home side romped to a 52-37 win over the Brummies in a clash marred by a horror Heat 4 crash which ruled out Chris Widman and Danyon Hume.
Widman and Hume tangled on the home straight and ploughed through the airfence. Hume aggravated an old arm injury and pulled out of the meeting.
James Shanes and Tom Bacon scored 27 between them for the Brummies but Kemp reeled off an incredible paid 17 for the Heathens.  [Details]
 

COVENTRY BEES 40  CRADLEY HEATHENS 49

SUPER skipper Adam Roynon produced a stunning final ride to secure maximum points for Cradley from their 49-40 win at Coventry.

The Motor Market Heathens had already wrapped up victory in the penultimate race, courtesy of a fifth heat win of the afternoon from teenage sensation Drew Kemp.

But with local rivals Birmingham having meetings in hand on Cradley, Will Pottinger’s side knew how invaluable the extra away point could prove to be.
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THE 2018 CRADLEY HEATHENS

Jason Edwards, Kyle Bickley, Jordon Jenkins, Drew Kemp, Bradley Andrews,

Will Pottinger (Team Manager) Adam Roynon (Captain), Conor Dwyer

 

CRADLEY 2018  F.A.S.T.  GOLDEN HAMMER
Monday AUGUST 13th at 7.30pm

Ladbroke Stadium, Sutherland Avenue
Wolverhampton WV2 2JJ
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Birmingham Brummies v Cradley Heathens NATIONAL TROPHY
Wed 1st August
Perry Barr Stadium, Birmingham

HEATHENS RACE ON!

CRADLEY HEATHENS will race for the National Trophy next year.
The nomadic club have entered the competition for the first time to ensure the world famous name survives into a ninth season since their relaunch.  All home meetings will be raced at Wolverhampton’s Monmore Green Stadium after making the decision not to take Birmingham up on the offer to race at Perry Barr.  Manager Will Pottinger has already pledged his commitment to stay in charge of the team and will be looking to use a settled squad of riders.
It means Heathens won’t be in the National League - but fans will have the chance to follow their team and there is also the prospect of the prestigious Golden Hammer individual continuing. [Read More]

We are very proud and honoured to have a display of Heathens History in Cradley Heath Library

If you are passing by please pop in and show your support
(Opposite the Liberal Club in Upper High Street)

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1960's SLIDESHOW
Longtime Heathens fan Colin Jewes has sent us a link to a slideshow that he has created.
It has some photo's that have previously been unpublished and John Summerfield has given permission for these to be used.
The slideshow follows the story of the Heathens all through the 60's with the story of the Heathens with a musical background.
It's AD free and you can 'click' to make it full size. Enjoy!
                  Heathens 1960
 

CLUB HISTORY 2017 REVIEW 
Sponsored once again by team partners Motor Market and Dudley Stroke Association the Heathens competed in the National League. Racing meetings at Monmore Green and Perry Barr. The team looked good on paper and their first match against Kings Lynn at Perry Barr seemed to show their potential with a 61-29 win. However the Young Stars withdrew from the league and the score expunged from the table!

SIGN THE PETITION  YOUR SUPPORT IS STILL NEEDED - CLICK HERE TO SIGN!
The petition urging Dudley Council to Bring Back Cradley Speedway is still valid. Thousands of signatures have now been recorded urging the council to support the return of the club. Paper and online versions remain active and anyone wishing to sign or collect further signatures is still encouraged to do so. Click here to sign the online petition or download the paper version

 

 

   

 

 

       

 
 

   

     
                   
             

 

 

   

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