MATCH REPORT: Anglo-Welsh success for Birmingham

Birmingham Monarchs took victory in Poole on Sunday in the opening meeting of the new Anglo-Welsh league, with a strong team showing, leading from the off. The Anglo-Welsh league is a cross over league between the Midlands and South West and Wales, which gives teams some extra fixtures to fill up their calendar. The Monarchs started with a 6-4, Ewan Hancox […]

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TODAY’S RESULTS: Regional Week 9 scores as they arrive

There was a modest amount of racing today, here’s the results we’ve had in so far. Check back for updates. Midland League Division One Leicester 71 – 108 Wednesfield Division Two Leicester 66 – 84 Wednesfield Division Three Leicester 40 – 40 Wednesfield North and Scotland League Division One Astley & Tyldesley 114 – 66 Northumbria Edinburgh 98 – 77 […]

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MATCH REPORT: Much improved Coventry come close

Coventry Sabres came close to registering an unlikely victory against Birmingham Monarchs on Sunday, losing out by six points after leading the meeting for the majority of the second half. After impressing in training, Cameron Gill was called up to the first team and Coventry welcomed back Dominik Rycharski and Kyle Roberts. Coventry’s Jimmy Wassall is still sidelined with a […]

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TODAY’S RESULTS: Regional racing week 8

It’s a full programme of regional Cycle Speedway racing today, here’s what’s coming up with results published as they arrive later. Midland League Division One Coventry 86 – 92 Birmingham Wednesfield v Leicester Division Two Coventry v Birmingham Wednesfield v Leicester Division Three Coventry 36 – 44 Birmingham Wednesfield v Leicester North & Scotland League Division One Hull 85 – 88 Astley & Tyldesley […]

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MATCH REPORT: A day to forget for Coventry

Coventry Sabres suffered a heavy away defeat at the hands of Leicester Monarchs in their opening Midland League encounter at Slater Street. The home side rested Craig Marchant and ex-Coventry man Dave Frith, while Norman Venson was ill, yet they still over powered their opposition. Coventry captain, Myke Grimes was the only rider able to match Leicester’s fire power and took their […]

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TODAY’S RESULTS: Big win for A&T at Redbraes

Here are the results from today’s Cycle Speedway action across the UK. If you have a result, please email it to: newsroom@3318news.co.uk North & Scotland Division One Edinburgh 82 – 93 Astley & Tyldesley Northumbria 65 – 113 Bury Sheffield 104 – 76 Hull Division Two Edinburgh 63 – 87 Astley & Tyldesley Northumbria 65 – 83 Bury Sheffield 89 – […]

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MATCH REPORT: Stoke take the fight to Coventry

Newly reformed Stoke Cycle Speedway produced a fighting performance against Coventry, with a full team of new riders, in a challenge match on a beautiful hot day at Etruria Park. The fresh looking home side were missing the experienced trio of Simon Munden, Errol Thaw and Leighton Bates, with the latter taking up referee duties. Coventry fielded a near full strength side, […]

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TODAY’S RESULTS: Plenty of racing on a beautiful day…

There was plenty of Cycle Speedway racing to catch on another glorious April afternoon today, with all four regions in action. If you result is included yet, please email us: newsroom@3318news.co.uk North and Scotland Division One Astley & Tyldesley 95 – 78 Sheffield Hull 82 – 93 Edinburgh Stockport 112 – 67 Bury Division Two Astley & Tyldesley 86 – 64 Sheffield Hull […]

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MATCH REPORT: Newport return favour against Coventry

Coventry Sabres lost to South West and Wales Division One champions, Newport, at Hearsall Common yesterday, by 99-80. A much stronger Newport outfit, differing from the first leg at the Olympic Sports Village two weeks ago, made the journey from South Wales, with Team GB members Mark Carmichael and Jack Harrold both in the line up. British champion, Ben Mould […]

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MATCH REPORT: Birmingham secure another second place

The Birmingham Monarchs Cycle Speedway club finished runners up in the second round of the Spring Cup in East Park  on Sunday, this follows up an opening round second place last week. Again, it was the Wednesfield club who took victory, however this time they completely dominated the meeting, taking 7 maximum heat advantages to total 75 of a possible 84. Birmingham […]

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