SPEEDWAY rider Adam Roynon has a second club for next season – after signing for Cradley Heathens.

Dalton speedster Roynon, who last month agreed a deal to ride for Plymouth Devils in the National League, will get on his bike for the Heathens on the National Trophy.

The 29-year-old father-of-one last rode for Cradley in 2012, when he broke his leg trying to win the league for the team, having had two years of injury-hot racing there.

Roynon is looking forward to riding for the Dudley-based team once again this year, and said: “Their fans and their management are people who genuinely care about their riders.

“But there’s also a lot of expectation because of how much they care and as a rider it’s my duty to perform to the best of my ability.

“I’ve gained even more experience since I last rode for the club and hopefully I can come back in and do the job that is expected of me.

“From the management, from the fans and from myself there is a high level of expectancy, especially at this level, and we all know that I should be scoring double figures in every meeting I do.”

Roynon, who will captain Plymouth this year, having joined in the middle of last season and made a big impression, will feature for Cradley in their eight National Trophy fixtures and the Golden Hammer individual.

Club boss Gary Patchett said of his signing: “Adam was delighted to come back to us, even in a reduced fixture list.

“He has unfinished business and wants to do well for us. I’d already suggest he will be a contender for the Golden Hammer.”