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Greyhounds ready for big final

PUBLISHED: 11:43 23 December 2008 | UPDATED: 12:37 03 July 2010

Yarmouth Championship semi-final action.

Yarmouth Championship semi-final action.

The grand final of the 51st Yarmouth Championship takes place at Yarmouth Stadium on Saturday. The winner takes £1,000 plus the Challenge Trophy.

Suffolk-trained Ard Up clocked the fastest time in last Saturday evening's Yarmouth Championship semi-finals.

The grand final of the 51st Yarmouth Championship takes place at Yarmouth Stadium on Saturday. The winner takes £1,000 plus the Challenge Trophy.

Suffolk-trained Ard Up clocked the fastest time in last Saturday evening's Yarmouth Championship semi-finals.

Ard Up won the second race in 28.22 seconds from the stall six, two lengths clear of second placed Lughill Sammy trained by Julie Green.

Jodie Bodily's Aghaburren Star trailed in third place to complete the qualifiers.

The Tony McDermott-trained-at-Hemsby Newtown Scorsese left plenty space to second placed Freaky Cole (Kevin Boon) and third Toosey Bud (John Mullins) in the first semi-final. Tony's hound clocked a time of 28.50 on a wet track.

The 51st Yarmouth Championship finalists: Trap One, Aghaburren Star, owned by Robert Bothway, trained by Jodie Bodily; Trap Two, Lughill Sammy, owned by The Britannia Syndicate, trained by Julie Green; Trap Three, Toosey Bud, owned by Mark Currell, trained by John Mullins; Trap Four, Freaky Cole, owned by Kevin Boon, trained by Kevin Boon; Trap Five, Ard Up, owned by Ard Up and Happy Syndicate, trained by Albert Dale; Trap Six, Newtown Scorsese, owned by Sandra McDermott, trained by Tony McDermott

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