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Dream Team : Andy Taylor

Andrew selects his Boston Dream Team.

I have done this many times, and each time the team changes, however I think that the following team would take some beating.

Michael Lee
Only one season with us, but I really can't leave him out as he was even at an early stage obviously going to be something special.

Kevin Jolly
Again only one season, but was possibly the strongest ever rider round New Hammond Beck Road.

Arthur Price
The first hero of the fens, rode in the League winning side and capped it all by winning the League riders championship.

Carl Glover
Like the others very strong at home and reliable away.

Gary Guglielmi
Goog was, exciting, fast, entertaining and above all came up with the goods.

David Gagen
A rider that any team would be pleased with, went on to better things, but career ended early due to a bad back injury.

Rob Hollingworth
Mr Boston Speedway, returned to the sport after a 14-year absence, and still winning, looks smoother now than when he rode in the seventies and eighties.

 

This article was first published prior to October 2002

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