Apples far from being Rotten

There was nothing rotten about Mark Algate’s flyer on Saturday at Thabeban Park, pipping Oh Sweet Pea for a win in the Best Eight feature race.

Clarrie Early, Bundaberg Greyhound Club president Brian Terry’s pick for the spoils, did not feature in the top three.

Coming off some less-than-impressive results in Ipswich recently, Rotten Apples was hardly the form dog on Saturday, but it ran home in 27.20sec to claim the cash.

The finals fields for next week’s Maiden 1000 were sorted earlier in the day, with Li’l Black Magic, Chip Leader, Zone Ten and Smart Force making sure of their spot with good wins.

They will be joined by Amy’s Queen, Brodies Breed, Odin’s Return and Bold Fresh, who all snuck home in second to qualify.



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