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British Crown for Nick

Hethersett Cycle Speedway rider Nick Myhill has become the third member of the Hawks club to win a British title.

Nick became the British Under-16 champion at the end of August and will now take part in the world junior cycle speedway championships in Australia.

Nick battled all the way in the British Final which took place near Oxford. He needed to beat competition leader Ryan Jones from Newport in his final race to force a ride off. He passed his rider on the final lap to earn the right to a sudden death decider.

In a nail-biting decider, Nick overtook Jones virtually on the line to bring the title back to Norfolk. He will now travel to Australia early in the New Year.

Hethersett's Phil Howells just failed to make it a Hethersett double when he finished fourth in the senior competition - just one point off the champion.

And Under-13 British Champions

Hawks won their third British title this season by winning the British Under-13 Team Championship in Exeter on September 11th.  

The team knocked out Wednesfield and Leicester B in the semi-finals and the score in the final was Hethersett 44, Leicester 42, Ipswich 41, Exeter 39, Newport 32.

It was a triumph for a village as small as Hethersett coming up against major British cities.

The Hethersett team was: Philip Adams, Jazz Abbott, Ben Collins and Daniel Chambers.

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