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Pijper back as a Bandit

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Berwick have confirmed that they have re-signed experienced Dutchman Theo Pijper (pictured) for a fourth spell in Bandits colours.Pijper, who rode for Scunthorpe this year, last appeared for the Shielfield Park side in 2018...

Flint secures Premiership berth

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SGB Premiership side Wolverhampton Wolves have confirmed that Berwick Bandits teenager Leon Flint will again take their Rising Star position next season.Flint was snapped up a month into the 2021 campaign following Tom Bacon’s...

Worrall in Lions den

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Richie Worrall (pictured) has confirmed he has joined Leicester Lions after leaving Edinburgh Monarchs. It will be his second spell at the ambitious Midlands club as the St Helens-born rider wore Lions colours during...

Etheridge re-signs for Bandits

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Berwick Bandits management have confirmed the re-signing of Jye Etheridge who will take his place in the Bandits side for a fifth successive season after an injury ravaged 2021 campaign.The 26-year-old Berwick-based Australian...

Bickley a Bandit next season

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Berwick Speedway have confirmed that Kyle Bickley (picture by Taylor Lanning) has signed to ride for the club next season and he will also skipper the Berwick Bullets in the National Development League.The talented...

Brown: Tigers have fighting chance

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Cami Brown (pictured) believes Glasgow Tigers have a fighting chance of being crowned league champions for the first time in a decade when they visit Poole Pirates on Thursday in the second-leg of the...

Poole ‘dominated us’, Campbell

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What the Fork Monarchs boss John Campbell admitted that his men were dominated by Poole Pirates who claimed the SGB Championship Knockout Cup with an emphatic 57-33 second-leg win and and aggregate score 104-75.Campbell,...

Harris claims fourth in Olympique

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New Berwick Bandits signing Chris Harris (pictured in a Glasgow Tigers race jacket) came fourth in the Ladbroke Olympique final won by Premiership champion Scott Nicholls.Nicholls, who led Peterborough to the league title earlier...

Speedway – Brown eyes play-off glory

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Glasgow boss Cami Brown (pictured) believes fans witnessed the real Tigers in the SGB Championship, play-off, semi-final at arch rivals Edinburgh Monarchs.Brown now hopes his men can produce an action replay when the ambitious...

Speedway – gating cost us, Harkess

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It would be a brave man who would bet against Poole Pirates beating What the Fork Monarchs to win the SGB Championship Knockout Cup after an on-the-road, first-leg 47-42 victory at Armadale, writes Mike...

Speedway – Tigers roar to title triumph

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The Armadale Stellar Devils had no answer to the Mildenhall Fen Tigers and skidded to a 56-34 defeat at Armadale. The win clinched the National Development League title for the English combine.Devils' team manager...

Speedway – Wells hits form as Monarchs crash out

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Ricky Wells (pictured in an Edinburgh race jacket) came back to haunt his former Edinburgh Monarchs paymasters with 14 points as Glasgow Tigers cruised into the final of the SGB Championship play-off and a...

Speedway – Harris joins Bandits in surprise swoop

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Former Glasgow Tigers star Chris Harris has joined Berwick Bandits and the club claim it is one of their biggest-ever signings.The 38-year-old, a three-time British champion, joins the Borders club after spending this season...

Speedway – Monarchs aim to KO Pirates

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Edinburgh Monarchs welcome high-flying Poole Pirates to Armadale on Saturday (tapes-up 2.30pm) in the first-leg of the Knockout Cup Final. The second-leg is at Poole on Wednesday (7.30pm).Poole won 50-40 at Armadale two months...

Speedway – Monarchs have ‘Everest’ to climb

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What the Fork Monarchs boss John Campbell saw his men skid to a 22-point defeat in the SGB Championship play-off, semi-final, first leg and admitted: "We weren't good enough,"The sides clash again, this time...

Speedway – Tigers in driving seat in play-off semi

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Glasgow Tigers carry a massive 22-point lead into Friday's SGB Championship play-off, semi-final, second-leg at Armadale (tapes-up 7.30pm) after a commanding 56-34 first-leg victory in the West of Scotland.Tigers were 29-19 ahead after eight...

Speedway – Worrall stars as Monarchs tame Tigers

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Edinburgh Monarchs sensationally overcame a 16-point first-leg deficit to arch rivals Glasgow Tigers to book a place in the Knockout Cup Final against Poole Pirates.Monarchs, beaten 53-37 in the first-leg at Glasgow, were determined...

Speedway – Monarchs v Tigers times two

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What the Fork Monarchs and Glasgow Tigers meet in two of their biggest meetings on successive nights at Armadale this weekend, the Knockout Cup, semi-final, second-leg on Friday (7.30pm), and the SGB Championship play-off,...

Speedway – Monarchs v Tigers in major double

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Edinburgh Monarchs and arch rivals Glasgow Tigers clash twice in 24 hours this weekend in two major competitions.Tigers visit Armadale for the Knockout Cup semi-final, second-leg on Friday (tapes-up 7.30pm) holding a 16-point lead...

Speedway – Harkess happy with Redcar win

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What the Fork Monarchs started their SGB Championship quarter-final 12 points ahead, and they eventually won 57-33 on the night and 108-72 on aggregate.Alex Harkess, team manager, said: "I was a little bit nervous...

Speedway – Scotland’s big two may clash again

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Glasgow Tigers will face the winners of Tuesday's SGB Championship play-off, quarter-final, between Edinburgh Monarchs and Redcar Bears (tapes-up 7.30pm).Monarchs lead by 12 going into the tie and the mouth-watering match-up comes after...

Speedway – mountain to climb for Monarchs

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What the Fork Monarchs have left themselves a mountain to climb after skidding to a 16-point defeat to arch rivals Glasgow Tigers at Ashfield in the first-leg of the Knockout Cup semi-final.Monarchs were behind...

Speedway – Monarchs out to tame Tigers

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Glasgow Tigers begin their quest for their first league and cup double since 1994 and biggest rivals Edinburgh are blocking their way in one and could do so again in another.The pair square-up at...

Speedway – Monarchs on fire to tame Bears

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What the Fork Monarchs put in a powerhouse display at Redcar Bears on Sunday, never being headed and pulling away in the latter stages to win 51-39 in the first-leg of their championship play-off...

Speedway – Monarchs aiming to tame Bears

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Edinburgh Monarchs are keeping their fingers crossed that teenage talent Drew Kemp can make it to Redcar for Sunday's (tapes-up 6.30pm) SGB Championship, quarter-final, first-leg against red-hot Bears.The, 19-year-old, German-born rider competed in the...

Speedway – Monarchs v Redcar postponed

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Berwick Bandits whizz-kid Leon Flint (pictured) was due to come in for silverware-chasing Edinburgh Monarchs to face Redcar Bears in the first-leg of the SGB Championship play-off, quarter-final tonight (Friday, tapes-up 7.30pm) at Armadale...

Speedway – Monarchs face Glasgow in KO semi

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What the Fork Monarchs are through to the semi-final of the Knockout Cup after a 50-40 victory at Birmingham. Their opponents will be Glasgow Tigers.Monarchs held an 18-point lead from the first-leg and romped...

Speedway – Monarchs out to dump sad Brummies

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Edinburgh Monarchs could add to Birmingham Brummies misery on Wednesday (7.30pm) by dumping them out of the Knockout Cup.Skipper Sam Masters (pictured) aims to lead Monarchs to victory and the Scots have an 18-point...

Speedway – Monarchs v Bears in play-off tie

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What The Fork Monarchs will square-up to Redcar Bears for a place in the Championship play-off semi-final.The first-leg is on Friday, October 1 at Armadale Stadium (7.30pm) with the return on Sunday, October 3...

Speedway – Lawson guests as talented Cubs visit

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William Lawson, recently cut by What the Fork Monarchs, returns to the track on Friday (tapes-up 7.30pm) to race as a guest for the Armadale Stellar Devils in place of retired No 1 Nathan...

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