Lynn’s Bradley bags some big Entertainer League points

It came as no surprise to see a Bowman end up as one of the top Entertainer League points scorers on Saturday night in the unlimited bangers at Lynn.

But it was Bradley – making his first appearance of the season following a shoulder injury – piling up the points rather than his brother Kieran.

With a special sling to help reinforce his shoulder, Brad certainly did not suffer any ill effects as he put on a brilliant display and his performance was one of the high spots on what was a quiet night for the unlimited cars.

Kieran Bowman, number 178, in his menacing-looking Yank on Saturday night. Picture Jim Harrod
Kieran Bowman, number 178, in his menacing-looking Yank on Saturday night. Picture Jim Harrod

He ended the day as one of the points scorers and took home an entertainer award for his efforts.

Kieran brought along a used Yank and will have been disappointed not to score more entertainer points than he did as he looked to reel in leader Jordan Sharpe.

Ashlun Woods was also in action but had little to show for some good drives.

Troy Cobbett was the top local performer in the 1500cc bangers with a heat win and fifth place in the final but this was not enough to get his Team STB, which also included Chris Wick and Paul Lovick into the rostrum places in the team championship.

Alex Smith and Sam Hildon were also in action for The Jokers.

Kayleigh Sanders transferred the great form she showed in the van bangers on Whit Monday to the lady bangers with a third place finish in the opening heat.

Amy Brown debuted a lush-looking Crown which she got into the top ten from the back of the grid a couple of times and Becca Bitson also had some good places throughout the night.

It was a disappointing evening for Charlotte Coote who failed to get into the top ten all night after winning the final back in April.

Jack Garrod was the best local finisher in the junior banger final, which was won by Crawley’s Harry Andrews, with a seventh place finish.

This was backed up with a great runner-up finish in his heat. Morgan Bailey also had some good places throughout the day.

Jamie Steele had a runner-up finish in one of his heats whilst Daisy Reynolds and William Cartwright suffered from bad luck and had little to show from some good drives.