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Oxford Chargers v Scunthorpe Stags

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WSRA National Development League 2024

Oxford StadiumBlackbird Leys, Oxford, Oxfordshire, South East England, England, United Kingdom

36 - 54
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Date Tapes Up Competition Season
Sunday, July 14, 2024 3:00 pm WSRA National Development League 2024

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WILLIAM Cairns made a sensational debut in the WSRA National Development League to inspire Scunthorpe to an away win at Oxford.

Cairns, who has only recently turned 15 years of age, racked up an incredible 19 points from seven rides in a guest appearance at reserve for the visitors, who inflicted the Chargers’ first home defeat in nearly two years.

Oxford were badly hampered by the loss of both Jody Scott and Ashton Vale after early crashes as the Stags, who share their NDL meetings with Sheffield, raced to a 54-36 victory.

Scunthorpe co-boss Paul Tatam said: “It was a very good away win for us. Oxford were a bit unfortunate they lost a couple of riders, and it’s never easy after that.

“For us, William Cairns was just in a different class. He’s a nice kid as well – he’s very level-headed and down to earth. We’d love to keep him for the rest of the season, but we’ll see what happens there.

“All our riders put in a decent effort and had a good afternoon, and we’d won it before Heat 15, so I gave Stene (Pijper) the ride in that race alongside Will because they both deserved it.”

WSRA NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
OXFORD 36: Luke Killeen 14, Jason Garrad 8, Jacob Clouting 7+1, Senna Summers 5, Alex Spooner 1, Ashton Vale 1, Jody Scott 0.
SCUNTHORPE 54: William Cairns 19, Mickie Simpson 8+3, Stene Pijper 7+3, Nathan Ablitt 7+1, Ace Pijper 7+1, Luke Harrison 6, Kean Dicken r/r.

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