HSBC UK ELITE GP: Entries close on Sunday for final round

Astley and Tyldesley host the final round of the HSBC UK Elite GP on Saturday 5 August 2017, with entry closing this Sunday evening (30 July). It’s a straight shoot out between Josh Brooke and Ben Mould for the elite men title, although Myke Grimes is still in with a shout if Brooke and Mould slip up. ENTER ONLINE NOW: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/160241/HSBC-UK-|-Cycle-Speedway-Elite-Grand-Prix-Series-4 […]

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LITTLE LEAGUE: Entries open for first Little League individual championships

BYJL coordinator, Ross Mee, has written to clubs ahead of the first U10 Boys and Girls Little League Individual Championship, which takes place at Leicester on Saturday 26 August 2017. Entries are now open through Ross and are already coming in thick and fast, so don’t miss out! Please see his letter below: As you will be aware the reorganisation […]

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MATCH REPORT: Stockport and A&T take Manchester League titles

Bury staged the 6th and final round of the Manchester League Grand Prix series on Wednesday evening. Several torrential downpours made for unpleasant conditions, but the riders were undeterred, with several titles up for grabs on the night. The Astley & Tyldesley pair of Aiden Green and Tom Morrissey both scored 16 point maximums in the u-10s match. Their team […]

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MATCH REPORT: Excellent racing at Norfolk Go-Ride GP

Norfolk put on another entertaining evening’s racing at Eaton Park with the fourth Go-Ride Grand Prix. 19 riders arrived to find that the first bend would present a challenge, as the inside 18 inches was coned off following flooding from an overnight thunderstorm. Apart from that track conditions were perfect and some excellent racing took place. Spare a thought for […]

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MATCH REPORT: Carmichael returns in convincing win against Swindon

Newport (Dig It Landscapes) Cycle Speedway team recorded their biggest win of the season, defeating a weakened Swindon Robins by 109 points to 69, at Newport Sports Village. Although Newport won by a huge 40 points, only evergreen Kevin Greaves remained unbeaten by a Swindon rider. The Welsh team welcomed Mark Carmichael back from injury, he looked quite sharp and […]

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POLAND: Hope for one last match at Rawicz?

On a recent trip to Poland, Pete Barnes met up with former Poole SeaView Coaches rider, Artur Poprawski, and both took the opportunity to visit the now unused Rawicz track. It was not a welcome sight, as the public address and cycle storage buildings have now been dismantled, the centre green overgrown, the racing circuit covered in weeds, although the seating and safety fence are […]

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