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Posted: July 21, 2014

Monarchs no longer invincible

The unavoidable postponement of Saturday's KO Cup Quarter-Final tie with Edinburgh Monarchs --- heavy pre-meeting rain rendered Shielfield Park un-raceable – was deeply disappointing for the border club’s management, who were determined to end a long undefeated run by their rivals.
Saturday’s washout meant the Monarchs carried their "invincible" title (having gone unbeaten in their first 24 matches this year) down to Peterborough on Sunday -- where their run was promptly ended by the Panthers to the tune of a 50-43 scoreline.

Posted: July 21, 2014

Hard-Fought Local Derby Sees Newcastle Leave Berwick Pointless Again

Newcastle “Sapphire Engineering Diamonds” 51
Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 37
Premier League
Another fiery local derby between the Berwick Bandits at the Newcastle Diamonds last night at Brough Park, and tensions were obviously running high with two warning to Berwick riders in the opening two heats which went the Bandits' way, Matej Kus comfortably winning Heat Two as part of a 4-2 moving the score along to 5-7.

Posted: July 20, 2014

BANDITS RAINED OFF VS. EDINBURGH Re-staging This Wednesday July 23rd 7.30pm

Berwick’s speedway Bandits continued their losing-battle with the British weather when they lost they Knockout Cup ¼ Final (1st leg) against the still-unbeaten in all competition, Edinburgh Monarchs.
With rain having started around 4.00pm, the intensity simply increased towards the eventually time when Margaret Vardy, the night’s referee, called a halt to proceedings at 6.00pm.

Posted: July 16, 2014

Brummie's Season Tickets Honoured

While aware that not too many supporters of the recently-closed Birmingham Brummies will find our Saturday meetings accessible, Berwick Speedway confirm that, as is the case with some midland circuits, we will honour Birmingham season tickets at any 2014 meeting at Shielfield Park.

Posted: July 16, 2014

Bandits aim to dethrone Monarchs

Berwick’s speedway Bandits, riding high in the Premier League standings, have a stiff test on Saturday, with Edinburgh Monarchs coming to town undefeated in what they fully expect will be 24 straight matches this season.
“We are fully expected to become Victims #25,” said club director George Hepburn last night.
“They are riding high, undefeated in every competition so far, and the entire British speedway fraternity – not least a huge Edinburgh travelling support -- anticipates our meekly folding up and become Edinburgh’s 25th victims.

Posted: July 10, 2014

Bandits Back To Best Beating Bears Well In Their Lair

Redcar“Ecco Finishing Bears” 42
Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 50
Premier league
The Berwick Bandits were set on success when they travelled to the South Tees Motor Park last night in the Premier League keen to add to their already handsome total, and caught the Redcar Bears napping early on.
Claus Vissing and David Bellego roared away in Heat One over top Bear, back from a rain-off in Swindon Richard Lawson to push the Bandits into an early 5-1 lead.

Posted: July 6, 2014

Bandits Bounce Back To Best

Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 52
Plymouth“Skills Group Devils” 41
Premier League
After last Saturday's drubbing by the Peterborough Panthers the Berwick Bandits went out last night with the sole aim to prove that any other southern-based outfit won't do the same with the Plymouth Devils the target of their threats.

Posted: July 2, 2014


Berwick’s speedway Bandits, riding high in the Premier League standings, suffered a totally-unexpected defeat by the visiting Peterborough Panthers last Saturday, and club bosses are determined to make sure the big beating was very much a one-off when they track again this week
“We were awful!” admitted promoter Dennis McCleary.   “No excuses.
“This Saturday night will be different! We have our full team back, fit and ready -- and indeed with a surprise packet in the visiting Plymouth team, they’ll need to be up for action!”

Posted: June 29, 2014

Ian Rae Stands Down With Immediate Effect

Berwick Bandits regret to announce the resignation of stalwart club servant Ian Rae from his roles as team and track manager.
Club co-owner John Anderson said: “Ian approached the directors at the close of last night's meeting, and explained the pressures of his roles has become too much, not least the horrors of attempting to beat the weather during the recent FIM postponement, and it was the time for him to step away.”
Ian suffered a cardiac problem in 2011, and was hospitalised in the past winter with severe internal bleeding.

Posted: June 29, 2014

Bandits Suffer A Nightmare

Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 35
Peterborough“TC Harrison Panthers” 52
Premier League
(Abandoned after 14 heats (Rain) – Result stands.)


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