One of speedway's greatest names takes to the Swindon track again on Sunday, when the resurrected Wimbledon Dons arrive for a Pharmaccord Products sponsored Conference League Trophy clash, and in celebration of the fact that the evening is all about youngsters, children accompanied by a full paying adult will be admitted free of charge!

This offer comes courtesy of the generosity of Martin Satchell who, through Bassett Cleansing Service is kindly backing the scheme this week.

Promoter Peter Toogood is certainly grateful for this helping hand, pointing out: "This is the second time already this season that we have been able to run this offer outside of the school holiday periods, and we thank our good friend Martin Satchell for making it possible this time."

The legendary Dons bring with them several riders who will be familiar to Swindon fans, including some with Premier League experience. Martin Williams is, of course, a former member of the Sprockets side, while the likes of Mark Phillips and Graeme Gordon are certainly no strangers to Blunsdon. Terry Day, Garry Sweet, Jon Stevens and Chris Hunt completes an interesting looking visiting line-up, while the Pro-Fit Sprockets are led by senior team regular Jason King.

Mark Steel continues his comeback in the number 3 jacket, and local interest will also centre round the raw talent of 18 year-old Simon Dyminski.

As well as the Kids go Free scheme; an attractive price structure is in place for the meeting. Adult admission is ?6 while concessions are priced at ?3, and match programmes will be on sale at just 50p.

Teams for Sunday 5th May 2002 - parade 6.30 pm:

Swindon Pro-Fit Sprockets: 1 Jason King, 2 Jack Gledhill, 3 Mark Steel, 4 Daniel King, 5 Rider replacement for Tom Brown, 6 Tommy Allen, 7 Simon Dyminski and 8 Matt Tutton.

Wimbledon Dons: 1 Martin Williams, 2 Terry Day, 3 Mark Phillips, 4 Garry Sweet, 5 Graeme Gordon, 6 Jon Stevens and 7 Chris Hunt.