Sunday September 24, 2017
CRADLEY's Luke Harris scored three points in the National League Riders' Championship at Leicester.

It was good experience for the 18-year-old who lined-up against some of the third tier's biggest names.

Harris was able to secure a trio of third places, getting the better of Isle of Wight skipper James Cockle, Buxton's Tom Woolley and former Heathen Adam Roynon who packed up.

The Championship was won by Belle Vue Colts man Dan Bewley while former Cradley favourite Matt Williamson finished in second place.

The Motor Market Heathens are back in action this Wednesday as they host Eastbourne at Perry Barr (7.30) in their final National League fixture of the season.

(1st) Dan Bewley 15, (2nd) Matt Williamson 13, (3rd) Liam Carr 12, Tom Bacon 11, Ben Morley 11, Jordan Jenkins 10, Alfie Bowtell 9, Jon Armstrong 8, Josh Bailey 8, Luke Bowen 7, Adam Roynon 4, Ryan Terry-Daley 3, Tom Woolley 3, Luke Harris 3, Chris Widman 2, Conor Dwyer (res) 1, James Cockle 0.

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