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Posted: September 2, 2015


It was a long time a-coming, but the victory over the Workington Comets last Saturday was sweet indeed for Berwick speedway followers, putting smiles back on more than a few faces and proving that, had the blight of injuries not sapped the energies their good start to the season was in the process of providing, everyone might have been smiling just a little more often!

Posted: August 30, 2015

Bandits Can’t Repeat Saturday’s Form At Workington, Sunday

Bandits Can’t Repeat Saturday’s Form At Workington, Sunday
Workington “Thomas Armstrong Comets” 59
Berwick “Dixon Building Bandits” 33
Premier League
The Berwick Bandits travelled to the scene of many a good performance yesterday evening in search of Premier League points from the Workington Comets, with the Border Trophy riding piggy-back on the aggregate total including Saturday's home win score of 50-43.

Posted: August 30, 2015

Bandits Finally Take A Win – And A Good One At That Over Workington!

Berwick “Dixon Building Bandits” 50
Workington “Thomas Armstrong Comets” 43
Premier League

Posted: August 28, 2015

Edinburgh vs Berwick - Off

FRIDAY night's PL clash at Edinburgh against the Bandits was called off after 8pm due to rain.

Posted: August 27, 2015

Barker Back For Bandits

Having made his sudden decision to declare himself fit enough to return to speedway -- albeit for Peterborough Panthers, with whom he hopes to have enough extra play-off meetings to pay his bills -- Ben Barker will however be back as Bandits' No 1 this Saturday night to replace the injured Thomas Jorgensen!
With John Anderson taking a few days' rest, it was co-director George Hepburn who swung the deal to bring Ben back in as a black-and-gold guest for the Comets' visit.

Posted: August 26, 2015


Will the fortunes of Berwick’s speedway Bandits ever change for the better this sorry season?
How many black cats have to be run over, how many ladders walked under and mirrors broken before they end a terrible run of injuries --- injuries that in several instances just haven't been the Berwick riders' fault in any way?
In Denmark tonight, that nation’s Mikkel Michelsen spins out of control, Bandits’ No 1 Thomas Jorgensen has nowhere to go -- and crashes heavily, landing on and damaging his left shoulder.


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