Earlier today after Jason Doyle had confirmed that he was leaving Leicester came the news that the Lions captain had agreed a deal to ride for Swindon next season. Whilst his decision was a disappointment to the club it did not come totally as a surprise as Jason had indicated two months ago that he was looking for a mid-week track next year in order to ease the burden of a busy travelling schedule. With Saturday being Leicester’s race night it left him little time for recovery before he was due to represent his Polish League club, Torun the following afternoon.
“We are naturally saddened that Jason will not be leading the team out next season. He has been a rock for us and his presence and scoring ability will be sorely missed. He will be very hard to replace but fans can be assured that we will be doing everything possible to bring them a winning team next season” explained the Lions Promoter David Hemsley.
To listen to an extended reaction to the news of Jason Doyle’s departure tune into BBC Radio Leicester at 6.15 pm tonight when David will be the studio guest.
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Szymon Wozniak confirmed at the club’s Dinner and Dance event tonight that he will be returning to race for Leicester in 2016. Szymon went through the whole of last season without missing a match and his performances at the Jordan Road Surfacing Stadium led to him finishing the campaign with the third highest average in the team at home. “Szymon was on my wish list and I am pleased that he has agreed to return. I was impressed with the professionalism he showed all season and I believe that there is a great deal more to come from him” said the Lions Team Manager Norrie Allan.
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