Stoke Potters promoter Dave Tattum has assembled a mixture of established and fledgling riders for the Stoke Conference League select challenge match against Swindon Sprockets at Loomer Road this Saturday (20th).

Current Potters Will Beveridge and Lee Hodgson are included in the 'home side' as are former Stoke riders Dean Felton and Jon Armstrong with Chris Collins, son of former world champion Peter Collins, also getting a run out. Danny Hughes and Alan Brown make up the septet.

Wayne Broadhurst, Jason King and Mark Steel form a strong heat leader trio for the visitors who also include Thomas Allen, brother of Oliver Allen, Daniel King and Jack Gledhill - son of Ian Gledhill who won the 1979 National League Riders championship at Wimbledon whilst wearing Stoke's colours.

Tattum said: "I think it has all the makings of a very good meeting."

Reduced rate admission prices apply for the meeting with free entry for children.