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Ashley Morris to guest for Ipswich Witches at Somerset Rebels

By Chris Brammer
Friday, June 1, 2012
1:10 PM

IPSWICH Witches will field Dudley’s Ashley Morris as a guest rider for their clash at Somerset in the Knockout Cup tonight with the 18-year-old replacing Cameron Heeps, who aggravated a shoulder injury in last night’s home defeat to Rye House.

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The Witches will also be without Dakota North, who is competing in the World Under-21 semi-finals in Italy, and will utilise the rider replacement rule as they look to defend their six-point lead taken from the first-leg at Foxhall.

Somerset will be without Claus Vissing who suffered a puncture and deflated lung in his team’s 48-45 defeat at Sheffield last night.

Tapes go up at Somerset at 7.30pm

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