Speedway: Stoke to hosts NL Fours again
STOKE are to host the National League Fours for the third successive season.
Loomer Road was selected as the venue for the prestigious tournament during this week's National League annual meeting in Rugby.
The news has delighted Stoke Easy Rider Potters promoter Dave Tattum, who said: "I'm really pleased to have been allocated the National League Fours championship again. It is an honour for the club to host it again."
Stoke have hosted the event every years since their switch to National League racing in 2011, but they have yet to make home advantage count.
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Dudley triumphed in 2011, with Stoke missing out by just three points. Last year it was Mildenhall who took home the silverware.
Mildenhall also won the National League Pairs last year, and will host the 2013 event.
The new season will start with the National Trophy competition, which will feature Mildenhall, Buxton, Kent and Stoke racing against each other home and away.
The competition badly hit by poor weather when it was staged at the end of last season. Mildenhall eventually claimed the title as part of their 2012 clean sweep..
Dates for all competitions have yet to be announced, while the KO Cup draw will be made in the next few weeks.