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U21 FINAL BACK AT ASHFIELD

GLASGOW will stage the British Under-21 Final for a second successive season – with the meeting set for Sunday June 2 (2pm).

The 2023 event proved to be a thriller with the deciding race one of the very best of the year throughout the UK as Connor Bailey took the title.

Tigers supporters are already guaranteed two representatives with Leon Flint and Ace Pijper amongst the seeded riders, whilst the line-up will be completed following the Qualifier at Plymouth on April 30.

British Youth boss Neil Vatcher said: “After Glasgow hosted this prestige event last year, anyone who was lucky enough to witness it would find it hard to argue that it wasn’t one of the most exciting meetings of the season with some fantastic racing.

“The actual Final race was breathtaking with all four of the competitors – Connor Bailey, Anders Rowe, Dan Thompson and Dan Gilkes – all at one point leading, with Bailey eventually making a sensational move and claiming the British Under-21 title.

“There were a number of clubs who offered to host this year’s Final, but once Glasgow offered, it was always going to be hard to turn them down as last year was such a fantastic event.”

Flint, Pijper, Dan and Joe Thompson, Jake Mulford and Nathan Ablitt have all been seeded to the meeting, with the remaining ten places to be determined from the Qualifier.

The Young Lions would like to thank the Glasgow owners and promotion for their continued support of British Youth Speedway.

Photo credit: IAN ADAM