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Sheffield boss Stead pays tribute to club owners ahead of play-offs UK News

Owlerton’s shock was postponed after Thursday’s original staging was a failure and an exceptional turnout is expected with many Aces fans ready to make the trip opposite Manchester.

And Tigers boss Simon Stead predicts a tough two-run battle with the decision maker in Manchester on Thursday.

He admits the Premiership doesn’t have the strength of the late ’90s when it was filled with Grand Prix superstars – but it’s still an extremely high standard.

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Sheffield Tigers (Speedway) manager Simon Stead.

Stead also praised the club owners for making the leap to Owlerton.

He said: “I am delighted that the owners of this great club have stepped back into the great times.

“I know people say the standard isn’t what it used to be in the Premiership, they’re right, but look at tonight’s teams.

“Here we have a meeting with Dan Bewley, Brady Kurtz, Jack Holder and Adam Ellis. Three of these drivers are not in the championship and the other is the new British champion.

Fans can enjoy the best seats in the house with the restaurant open, as well as the usual bar, snack bar and track shop.

A special 48-page souvenir program has also been produced to commemorate the occasion with a glossy laminated cover and will be on sale at the stadium for £ 4.

SHEFFIELD: Jack Holder, Troy Batchelor, Kyle Howarth, Josh Pickering, Adam Ellis, Danyon Hume, Connor Mountain.

BEAUTIFUL VIEW: Dan Bewley, Richie Worrall, Steve Worrall, Charles Wright, Brady Kurtz, Tom Brennan, Jye Etheridge.

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This notice was published: 2021-10-03 10:12:22

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