‘Hell of a team’

THE Hellrazor team are “in a league of their own”, according to Blazen observer Brian Griffin.

Hellrazor will start firm favourites­ to record their fifth consecutive Mildura­ 100 crown this weekend, with about 230 boats to take to the Murray River.

The Dash For Cash will be held at 3pm today, while the expert­ races­ will start from 8.30am tomorrow.­

“You’ve got to give Hellrazor 100 per cent credit, because they run a very professional outfit,” Griffin said.

“They have got two very quick and fit skiers.”

Griffin said the Blazen team, which also includes driver Noel Griffin and skiers Chris Stout and Andrew Griffin, was hoping for strong showing in the Dash For Cash.

But he said he wasn’t so sure of the team’s prospects tomorrow.­

“Our team is a little bit mixed up at the moment, because a few of our skiers are injured,” he said.

“We’re hoping for a top three in Dash For Cash and we’ll just see what happens on Sunday.

“We’ve had a pretty tough year with injuries, so we’ll be looking for a good finish.”

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