Yes! Heathens win the lot!!!!
After being forced to dismantle the 2012 side to
fit in with the points limit, a new side was formed around Lewis Blackbird (Mildenhall)
and Paul Starke from Isle of Wight both riders appeared to have 'bargain',
averages, they joined Ashley Morris at the spearhead of the side, with Dan
Greenwood retained (Adam Roynon unable to compete in the National League, Byron
Bekker not returning, Tom Perry released to Isle of Wight, and James
White-Williams having a break from speedway). The newcomers were 16 year old Max
Clegg from Scunthorpe and fellow teenager Nathan Greaves, Gareth Isherwood
fitted into the averages to complete the side.
|Dan Greenwood started the season slowly but improved when it got to the 'business' end of the campaign, Gareth Isherwood had what could be described as a solid year, reliable performances just where they were needed||
R.Nigel Pearson (Chairman). Max Clegg, Lewis Blackbird, Gareth
Isherwood, Ashley Morris (captain)
Riders Performance Chart
'The Heathens' 2013
(Tactical rides are counted as points normally scored eg. 3 points for a win.)
Final League Table
DUDLEY WIN THE
Dudley Heathens 51 Mildenhall Fen Tigers 39
FINAL - Dudley 17
(Morris 8, Blackbird
Dudley win the KO Cup 102 - 81 on aggregate.
National League Fours
National League Riders Final
A sort of Dudley Wolves Trophy for the BBC WM Trophy was run in July
with both matches at Monmore Green 'Wood'
Dudley win 103 80 on Aggregate
The 2013 Golden Hammer Lewis Blackbird 14, Kyle Newman 13, Steve Worrall 13
Dudley hosted the
British under 21 Final at Monmore 'Wood' in April
Dudley rode two
Challenge matches against Premier League clubs
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