THE Oxford Cheetahs line-up for their one-off challenge next week continues to come together.

Danyon Hume and Jamie Sealey are on board for the meeting against the Isle Of Wight Warriors at the Smallbrook Stadium in Ryde on August 1.

Hume will ride at No 1 and was recommended by Mick Fletcher, a Cheetah in the 1980s.

Fletcher said: “I know Dan from when he rode motorcycle trials with my three boys, when they were younger.

“It’s fabulous that he’s been chosen to ride for Cheetahs.”

Hume’s full-time National League club is Leicester, where he has an average of 8.10.

Sealey will be a reserve and is the nephew of Lance Sealey, who had to spells with the Cheetahs in the 1990s.

He competes for the Isle of Wight’s Wightlink Wizards team in the Midland and Southern Development League.

They join Connor Coles and Ryan-Terry Daley in the Cheetahs squad.

Rob Peasley, Cheetahs’ club spokesman, said: “It’s really exciting how our line-up is taking shape.

“We’ve already got two family links to former Cheetahs – Connor Coles and Jamie Sealey – while we have a quality No 1 in Danyon Hume.

“Meanwhile, a lot of the longer-serving supporters are delighted that former World No 2 Gordon Kennett is managing the side, since he is a real legend of the club.”

Barry Bishop, co-promoter for the event, said: “Danyon is a fine rider, who will add real steel to the top end of the Cheetahs’ line-up, and his clashes against Georgie Wood and Ben Morley are something to look forward to.

“Meanwhile, Jamie is a young rider keen to break into the National League, and therefore will be keen to show that he can hold his own against the Wightlink Warriors’ reserves.”

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