Brum star warns: We're only going to get better; SPEEDWAY.
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TEENAGE ace Jack Smith is adamant Birmingham are only going to get better - and believes they will romp to victory once more against Mildenhall at Perry Barr tonight.
Coventry been think we're smash a few between end of the The Surestop Brummies are on a 16-meeting unbeaten run and were crowned National Trophy winners on Monday as they became the first team this season to win at high-flying Kent.
Jack The victory came just 24 hours after a 61-29 demolition of local rivals Coventry and Smith, who has been in sensational form for the Brummies at reserve, believes there are still plenty more big wins to come.
"Now we're back at full strength, we're only going to get better and the rest of the league needs to beware of us," he said.
"We had to battle hard for a few meetings without the two Toms (Perry and Bacon) but they've done brilliantly since they've come back from injury at the weekend and we've looked even stronger as a whole team.
got what's coming and I going to more teams now and the season.
Smith "Coventry got what's been coming for a while - a good thumping - and if we keep riding how we have been then I think we're going to smash a few more teams between now and the end of the season as well. Mildenhall have got some decent riders and the racing should be good, but we're full of confidence right now and it's going to take something extra special to stop us.
"I'm so happy with how things are going of late and to be riding as well as I am so regularly and consistently is really pleasing.
"I've already come on so much and it's really helping me believe I can get to where I want to be.
"We're all loving every minute at Birmingham this season and hopefully these feelings carry on for a long time!" The Brummies are unchanged as they look to extend their unbeaten run to 17 and extend their lead at the top of the National League table.
BIRMINGHAM: Zach Wajtknecht, Tom Bacon, Danyon Hume, Darryl Ritchings, Tom Perry, Jack Smith, Jack Parkinson-Blackburn.
MILDENHALL: Connor Mountain, Alfie Bowtell, Danny Halsey, Connor Coles, Jon Armstrong, Chris Widman, Luke Ruddick.
for thumping "Coventry got what's been coming and I think we're going to smash a few more teams between now and the end of the season. Jack Smith
Jack Smith is riding high
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Jun 29, 2016|
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