Likely favourite won’t find it easy

Tonight arguably the current top six Yarmouth graded greyhounds compete in the 50th running of the Yarmouth Championship final. Tony McDermott has guided last year's runner-up Glenske Hayes through to the final once again.

Tonight arguably the current top six Yarmouth graded greyhounds compete in the 50th running of the Yarmouth Championship final.

Tony McDermott has guided last year's runner-up Glenske Hayes through to the final once again.

Likely favourite with the stadium bookmakers should be Hellfire Harry, trained by Jenny White. He recorded the fastest semi-final win, some three lengths quicker than first semi-final winner Glenske Hayes and over four lengths quicker than third semi-final winner Michaels Boy. Trained by Ian Brown, Michaels Boy has the early speed to outpace Hellfire Harry, while Glenske Hayes has the power to out finish him. `Completing the line-up are Michael Clare trained Daves Nipper, Ray Pleasants trained Riverside Lark and Peter Paternoster's Glengar Sarah.