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Dream Team : Ben Tucker

I am 16 and have been a Rye House fan since 2004 and in that time have visited most tracks in the country.

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Stuart Robson
All out efforts, brilliant passes, superb team riding and 100% entertainment summarises Robbo and he is such a nice guy on top of that. Shame he is injured as he is worth double what he scores on the track off it in my view. An irreplaceable rider and that's why he is in.

Steve Masters
A strange choice but I have always have admired Steve and it's bad that he hasn't got himself a team place for the last couple of years. Brilliant at Rye although some away performance were bad you always knew you would get good points from him around Rye.

Mark Lemon
Lemo picks up points quietly without a fuss which is great as opponents usually forget he is the threat that he is. He has proved he has what it takes in the top flight this season.

Alan Mogridge
Moggo was a brilliant racer and a brilliant personality off the track, a rider we thought was going to sign for Rye in 2006 as he was at most meetings towards the back end of '05. Could still be racing at a high level in the Premier league now.

Leigh Lanham
Rode for us at Kings Lynn this season and almost won us the meeting, some of his moves were breath-taking and he would dominate the Premier League were he to drop down full time.

Emil Sajfutdinov
I have been telling my mates about him for a while but none of them believed me until he rode at Rye House earlier this season. I can see him dominating the sport like Rickardsson and Mauger in the future.

Luke Bowen
Always gives 150% and doesn't get rewarded for it. Has come back from some bad injuries and he deserves some success. When high on confidence he can out-gate anyone. He goes in on effort alone.

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This article was first published on 18th October 2007

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