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Bandits welcome Sheffield tonight at 7

On Tweedside the Bandits welcome the Sheffield Tigers to Shielfield Park tonight at 7.00pm, for the first battle between the sides in the Borders this year, but with the Tigers riding high after their 60-33 drubbing of Newcastle in South Yorkshire on Thursday, Berwick have their work cut out.

Berwick have won seldom few home league encounters this season to date, although the level of top class racing excitement has helped in keeping crowd levels healthy, and it's pretty much assured tonight will again see the best of action with Sheffield bristling with talent.

Bandits welcome NIKOLAJ BUSK JAKOBSEN

Danish superstar Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen has agreed to join the Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler) for.the remainder of the 2017 SGB Championship season pending the usual BSPA approval.

Nikolaj joins the Bandits on loan from Rye House and has an impressive record around Shielfield Park racing for the Rockets and the Peterborough Panthers in past seasons taking good points.

Its Morris and Howe in the Pairs on Friday

Pre-GP Friday night is SGB Championship Pairs night in the UK and with the inclement weather forecast, the Somerset Rebels' management have had their track covered since Thursday afternoon.
 
As has been proven here at Berwick on numerous occasions, track covers can save meetings threatened with rain and it's hoped that this system, making it's debut at the Somerset track will do the job as well as has been seen at Shielfield Park.

Bandits and Tigers at it again at 3 this afternoon!

After the 42-all draw that had a bit of everything on Saturday night the Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler) go north west to visit the Glasgow "Allied Vehicles Tigers" (at 3.00pm) in the return of the feisty, and wet, SGB Championship match at Shielfield Park.

Thankfully the weather forecast for Clydeside is good with no expected issues with the soggy stuff from the sky, with the Bandits determined to show they are capable of holding the Tigers on their own shale after a spirited Saturday night.

Bandits welcome Glasgow back to Shielfield

Saturday night at seven sees the Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler) return home after their spirited match at Sheffield on Thursday full of belief that they are capable of putting one over the Glasgow Tigers (currently third in the SGB Championship league table, who they held well in the early stages of their last Borders' battle back in April before just losing out 44-46 and now feel that extra step in within their grasp.

Bandits look for improvement at Sheffield tonight.

The Berwick Bandits take to their travels once again for this evening's SGB Championship at the Sheffield Tigers for the second time this 2017 season, and have a lot of catching up to do as way back in April the Borderers went down 30-61.

Speedway the winner as Bandits battle with Witches

Ok, so Berwick lost to Ipswich 45-47, but the Berwick public left Shielfield Park on Saturday night exhausted having seen a superb speedway event that started at a snails-pace, boiling over to fever pitch come Heat 15 with the old adage "Speedway was the winner" more apt after that match than any other.

Bandits welcome Ipwswich tonight at 7

Following last night's defeat at Edinburgh, albeit with verve and attitude, the Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler) need to regroup rapidly for the still challenge ahead tonight.

Ipswich Witches are at Shielfield Park as part of a mini Northern tour and come armed with a tough range of ammunition including Rory Schlein and Danny King, and a team never to be underestimated

Hard Championship date at Edinburgh tonight

The weekend starts early for the Berwick Bandits who embark on an unenviable visit to their least successful away venue, Armadale - the home of the Edinburgh Monarchs tonight at 7.30pm.

Diamonds dominate Bandits but Borderers have the cream of the guests

Richard Lawson lined up for the Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler) at Newcastle on Sunday night against a set of Diamonds boasting two of his own Glasgow team mates in Richie Worrall and Aaron Summers and the Berwick choice proved to be the cream of the Clydeside crop.