17 June 1984, Swaffham, Derek Kisby Memorial
Motoring News report by John Hyam

Veteran Harry Sayell, out of the Midget car limelight for several seasons, stormed back by winning the Derek Kisby Memorial Trophy at Swaffham. In a meeting where bumpy, dusty conditions made overtaking difficult, Sayell was in his element. His main rival for honours, former World Champion Mick Bonner spun out of contention early on. And Bonner was also forced out in the meeting's final race when bumped by other cars. The Swaffham meeting, lacking the sport's number one driver this season - Alf Boarer, who was in Italy, produced several less familiar names among the main placings.

Sayell won the Kisby Memorial, previously held by Gary Pollard, from Malclm Goodman, Paul Holloway, Dave Cox, Paul Rodgers and Paul Sinclair. Sayell followed up with a second win over Goodman, Bonner, Holloway, Mick Eason and Sinclair but was relegated to fourth place in the trophy 'Dash for Cash' by Cox. Other placings went to Eason, Sinclair, Sayell, Duncan Reed and Alan Riley in a 13-car field.