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- The contest is called off due to heavy rain just after the first heat.
- Cradley 4
- Mildenhall 2
- Follow the action as Cradley take on rivals Mildenhall at Monmore tonight (7.30pm).
The contest has been called off by the officials after discussions with both captains.
Racing stops for the moment as the rain gets stronger.
The second heat is brought to a halt after another coming together at the last corner of the first lap
Mildenhall's Michael Neal will be absent from the re-run for causing the stoppage.
Starke takes it for the Heathens.
He was the only rider who wasn't sliding around in the conditions.
His winning time was 60.05.
1 - Starke - H
2 - Halsey
3 - Williamson - H
Mildenhall have won the toss and will take lanes one and three.
The first heat will see Cradley's Starke and Williamson take on Halsey and Coles for the visitors.
CRADLEY boss Will Pottinger is desperate to see his side continue their winning run when they host Mildenhall at Monmore Green tonight (7.30).
The Heathens have been in formidable form so far in 2014, storming to 11 consecutive victories in all competitions.
They will welcome arch rivals Mildenhall to Monmore Green looking to extend that run despite being without the services of Steve Worrall due to Edinburgh's trip to Berwick.
The Fen Tigers will themselves be without British Under 21 Champion Josh Bates and Jack Kingston for what promises to be an exciting clash.
Pottinger said: "Just like any home meeting we are going in looking to get all three points.
"We are missing Steve Worrall which is a blow, but they are also missing a couple of riders so we need to take advantage of that.
"It will be a tough meeting but hopefully everyone can pull together to put in another good performance and we can keep our winning run going."
CRADLEY: Paul Starke, Matt Williamson, Max Clegg, Steve Worrall R/R, Tom Perry, Nathan Greaves, Danny Phillips.
MILDENHALL: Dan Halsey, Connor Coles, Josh Bates R/R, Brendan Johnson, Joe Jacobs, Michael Neale, Connor Mountain.