Rebels home fixtures to be filmed
SOMERSET Speedway are delighted to announce that all Rebels home meetings this year are to be filmed by Clean Cut Sports.
SOMERSET Speedway are delighted to announce that all Rebels home meetings this year are to be filmed by Clean Cut Sports, the Midlands based video production company who have been filming speedway since 2002, and were the company behind the lens for the 2008 Super 7even series.In an exciting new arrangement, Rebels fans are guaranteed not to miss any of the action as live pictures will be shown on the big screen in the Oak Tree Clubhouse, with a replay of the night's action being shown again in full once the racing has finished.In addition, clips from the Oak Tree Arena will be posted on both the club website, www.somerset-rebels.co.uk, on Clean Cut Sports, www.cleancutsports.com, and on the British Speedway Promoters' Association website, www.british-speedway.co.ukManaging director of Clean Cut Sports, Peter Ballinger said: "We are delighted to be filming at Somerset Speedway in 2009, and hope that this is the beginning of many years of working together. We are extremely excited to be filming at what is in our opinion one of the best race tracks in the UK, and hope that Rebels fans will support us in our endeavours."DVDs of all home meetings will be available at the following home meeting, and in these tough economic times Clean Cut Sports are delighted to be able to offer Rebels fans the opportunity of an easy monthly payment scheme by joining the Clean Cut Sports DVD Club.For just �12 per month over 10 months, Rebels fans can receive every home meeting on DVD. For further details, and to be sent a standing order mandate, please contact Clean Cut Sports via email, email@example.com, by telephone 024 7646 4647, or by post, Clean Cut Sports, 52 Claverdon Road, Coventry, CV5 7HPIn other news, Somerset's new signing, Cory Gathercole paid his first visit to the Oak Tree Arena last Saturday to the delight of the usual weekend workforce.Cory was unable to attend at the Friday night skittles function organised by SREF so popped down on Saturday instead.Impressed with both the condition of the track and the improvements made at the Stadium, Cory's first comment was: "Wish I'd bought a bike with me, I wouldn't mind a skid round."General manager David Croucher was impressed with his young Australian team member's attitude. "Cory has always been as keen as mustard, that's one of the reasons I wanted him in the team this year. I know this is going to be his year, he wants Elite League, and the only route is to have a good season here at Somerset."He gets more professional all the time, but retains that laid back attitude which separates him from some other riders. It's a great quality being able to maintain composure and stay level headed when the chips are all stacked against you, and that's what makes champions. He is very focused this year and I have high hopes for his season."The Somerset Riders' Equipment Fund (SREF) held a pre-season skittles night at the Oak Tree Arena, with general manager David Croucher, riders and supporters enjoying a fun night.The match itself saw the two top scorers from each team go head to head to decide the winner, with Jason Vaudin taking the winner's trophy, and with no tactical allowed Rebel Simon Walker had to be content with the runners-up prize. This event was well supported and helped SREF to raise further funds towards assisting the Somerset riders during the coming season.