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Berwick Speedway Reveal First Bandit For 2018

As the polar blast bears down on North Northumberland, the management of the Berwick Bandits are enjoying an early Summer as they welcome Aaron "Spud" Summers to the club as their first SGB Championship signing for the 2018 season.

Bandits future looking good after AGM concludes

Berwick's Scott Courtney has reported back from the sport's AGM full of enthusiasm and positivity with a bright future ahead for the sport in the UK.

Courtney said: "it was a very productive few days work, hard work, but extremely positive as the sport has come together to make sure our future is on the up. The measures brought in are only to the good and we cannot wait to get team building underway at Berwick for what is sure to be a top class 2018!"

The full official BSPA AGM Statement now follows:

Congratulations Bandit of the year - twice - Jye Etheridge

At a hugely successful and well attended End of Season Dance at Marshall Meadows on Saturday night it was young Jye Etheridge who was celebrating long into the night - and with good reason.

Jye received not one, but two Rider of the Year trophies, the first as voted for by his fellow Bandits' riders and the second by a vote from the Bandits' fans themselves.

WELL DONE JYE

End of Season Party

All the information you need to know for this weekend’s end of season party!

Venue: Marshall Meadows Country House Hotel.

Tickets: £15, available from Castlegate Interiors @ 85 Castlegate TD15 1LF, a limited amount of tickets will be available on the door but you are advised to purchase and collect them from Castlegate Interiors to avoid disappointment.

Start time: 7pm.

Dress code: Formal, smart/casual, fancy dress, you choose!

Brown then McDermott, NOW MORRIS TAKE A BOW

SGB Championship Individual Riders' Final at Glasgow

1st: NICK MORRIS (BERWICK BANDITS)

2nd: Chris Harris (Peterborough)
3rd: Richie Worrall (Glasgow)
4th: Richard Lawson (Glasgow)

RIDERS CHAMPIONSHIP DAY

Nick Morris represents the Olympus Marquees Bandits powered by Mike Hope of Wooler in the League Riders Championship this evening at Ashfield Stadium in Glasgow!
Tapes up at 7pm.

Nick starts the meeting as one of the favourites for the title and live updates can be found @ http://speedwayupdates.proboards.com/thread/17387/championship-riders-fi...

END OF SEASON PARTY!

SGB Championship Pairs at Sheffield

1st: Sheffield Tigers
2nd: Redcar Bears
= 3rd: Scunthorpe and Glasgow
The Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler), who ended their season several weeks ago had the well rested Kevin Doolan and David Howe out in their corner in Group B of Sunday's SGB Championship Pairs at Sheffield's Owlerton Stadium, the winners and runners-up going to meet the top two from Group A in the semi finals.

SGB Championship big individual rained off

Glasgow , to their credit, covered their track on Saturday knowing bad weather was on the way but as Sunday morning dawned it rapidly became apparent that the SGB Championship Riders' Championship would have to be postponed due to constant heavy rain forecast throughout the day which would ruin any attempt to race once the covers were removed.

The restaging date has been set for Ashfield Stadium, Glasgow, on Saturday October 14th at 7.00pm start time.

A proper way to end a fine season of speedway

As can be seen in the above Colin Poole pic, the Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler) the 2017 season was sent off in good - old traditional speedway style with flour and eggs somehow ending all over the riders and management - and Roy Clarke, the unfortunate centre green mic-man who ended with a whole bucket of chalk dust deposited over his head, but even he - despite looking like a Yeti - agreed "That's how proper speedway closes a season!" and the fans agreed as a superb season - with poor results - but an excellent atmosphere and sense of belief

Bandits aim for six on the trot, but injury jinx rules out Jye

The Olympus Marquees Berwick Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope, Wooler) may well have have finished bottom of the SGB Championship (with one match left to run against the league leaders, the Sheffield Tigers who arrive at Shielfield Park on Saturday night at 7 o'clock), yet the club and it's new owners are still upbeat with their inaugural year in charge as Scott Courtney highlighted when he said: "We've ended in a league position at the opposite end to where we aimed to be, but it's still been a brilliant season to be involved with the Bandits.