SGB Championship: Berwick Bandits 58, Glasgow Tigers 32

Berwick: Kevin Doolan 4, Aaron Summers 8, Jye Ethridge 8, David Howe 10, Nikolaj B Jakobsen 11, Theo Pijper 9, Dany Gappmaier 8

Glasgow: Rory Schlein (guest) 7, rider replacement for Nathan Greaves, Claus Vissing 6, Paul Starke 3, Chris Harris 14, James Sarjeant 1, Jack Thomas 1

Glasgow Tigers hopes of an SGB Championship double over Berwick Bandits hit the skids despite 14 points from their former Grand Prix star Chris Harris.

Theo Pijper helped Berwick gain revenge over Glasgow

The success-hungry West of Scotland combine, who craved a road win to boost their play-off hopes, were mugged 58-32 by a Berwick side desperate for revenge after losing a lead to be edged 49-41 in Glasgow on Friday, also in the championship.

Tigers suffered a disastrous start going 18-6 behind after four races but a 5-1 for Glasgow in Heat Five stopped the rot.

Berwick, however, were not to be denied and any hopes Tigers had were extinguished after back-to-back 5-1 wins by Bandits in Heats Seven, Eight and Nine.

Another 5-1 in Heat 11 shut the door completely and Bandits ran out comfortable winners on a night when all Berwick riders pitched in including former Tigers, Aaron Summers and Theo Pijper.

Pijper scored nine points from four outings and Summers eight points from his four but he was excluded in one of his rides.