Keay looks for fans support
As a result of an incident packed meeting at Edinburgh last Friday the Bears go into Thursday’s derby match against Newcastle still a little unsure of their line up.
There are late fitness tests on a number of Bears riders with question marks against Jason Garrity, Coty Garcia and Danny Ayres with Charles Wright definitely out through concussion rules.
Rest assured that team manager Jitendra Duffil has already got plans afoot for top quality replacements, should they be required , and he has already booked in former Bears favourite Ulrich Ostergaard to take the unavailable Ellis Perks team slot.
The S.G.Petch Bears management are asking fans to turn up in numbers and be very vocal in their support on Thursday to help get the patched up Bears back
in contention at the top end of the table and send those neighbours away pointless once again.
Promoter Kevin Keay states: “We need to get over our recent disappointments and get the crowd roaring again. There will be no lack of effort on our part to entertain the fans and get the win we need to send every Bears fan back home happy. A great atmosphere can lift a rider so let’s hear those Bears fans roar!”