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Kent Kings are showing memorable past matches on their website starting with the National Trophy scrap against Isle of Wight Warriors

Kent Speedway are to re-run the fun every Wednesday night for fans missing their racing fix.

Tapes will be up at 7.30pm every week with the club’s website showing memorable meetings from over the last seven years at the Central Park circuit.

Kent Kings up against Lakeside HammersPicture: Elizabeth Leslie..
Kent Kings up against Lakeside HammersPicture: Elizabeth Leslie..

First up this Wednesday will be last June’s winner takes all scrap against Isle of Wight Warriors for the National Trophy. The Kings went into the match knowing a win would clinch their first ever piece of national team competition silverware.

Fans can choose what to watch next week, from four different matches.

The club said: “With the country still in lockdown and so starved of live sport, Kent Speedway fans have been clamouring for some way to see action around the Central Park circuit, home of the Kent TouchTec Kings, and now there is one, courtesy of the club's official film media partners Rerun Productions.

“Starting this Wednesday (April 29) a match from the past magnificent seven seasons of speedway at the south-east's premier venue for the sport will be shown in its entirety on the Kent Speedway website.

“In future weeks, it's up to the fans themselves to choose which match from the past to be featured - with four meetings from that week in previous campaigns up for consideration. The one which receives the most votes taking its place on the small screen on the Wednesday night racing slot.”

For next week’s viewing, fans can choose to watch one of the following. The very first meeting at Central Park for the new Kings in 2013, a thriller versus Mildenhall from 2015, Bowen and Ayres at their imperious best against the Isle of Wight in 2016 or local rivalries renewed with Thurrock Hammers in town last year. You can vote on social media or email info@kent-speedway.com.

You can watch the action tonight here

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