CLUB NEWS: Mixed fortunes for Hawks at Ipswich

Hethersett Hawks/Myhill Decorators took an under-strength team to face champions Ipswich and in the circumstances put up a reasonable opposition. There were heat wins for Leigh Cossey. Owen Wells and Liam Webster but Hethersett only won one race – a 6-4 by Cossey and Charlie Lyth in heat 5. IPSWICH 107 R.Fellgett 19 (5) M.Hill 18+2 (5) A.Hill 16+3 (5) L.Dunningham […]

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MATCH REPORT: Two last heat deciders at a wet Redbraes

Sheffield’s trips to Edinburgh are usually met with wet conditions and a defeat, except for 2017 when the Stars pulled off a shock win. This year was no different. A heavy downpour before and during the matches made conditions very difficult and led to a lot of mopping up in between races. Both teams were missing riders, both the two sets present put […]

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MATCH REPORT: Three convincing wins for Team Green over Hull

North & Scotland League champions Astley & Tyldesley raced to a convincing 111-63 win over Hull in Sunday’s Division 1 match at Gin Pit. The visitors turned up with just five riders, but three times British Champion Andy Angell won four of his six races, with good support from Nathan Everett, who was also a race winner. These two ensured that there […]

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MATCH REPORT: Highly competitive HSBC UK Elite GP in Coventry

Coventry XL Motors Cycle Speedway hosted a bumper round of HSBC UK | Cycle Speedway Elite Grand Prix Series action on Saturday, which featured line ups out of the top drawer. In the elite men’s class, Polish international Dawid Bas stormed his way to victory with a convincing performance in the highly competitive field, taking home the three-figure prize money […]

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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: Official Statement

ICSF General Secretary Mike Hack has released the following statement regarding the recent European Championships. The statement is in English as well as Polish: Dear All Now that everyone has had time to return home and settle down after the European Championships, I wish to thank everyone involved in organizing and participating in the tournament. From my own observations and the […]

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RESULTS: Bas, Garnett and Brooke/Timms take HSBC UK Elite GP spoils

Dawid Bas won his first Elite GP in the Elite Men’s Class at Hearsall Common this afternoon, taking home the three figure prize money. Richard Fellgett beat Paul Heard in a run off for second, while Ashley Hill took fourth ahead of Ben Mould in a highly competitive field. Fraser Garnett held off Lewis Brinkoff’s robust challenges to win the […]

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PREVIEW: European Women’s Championship Final

Konrad Cinkowski from the Czestochowa club takes us through his preview of the Women’s European Championships Final. The final of the Women’s Individual European Championships (29.07, 12:00, Sunday, Gmina Poczesna) might be the only tournament in cycle speedway where we’re not going to see a Polish competitor with any medal. With absence of Żaneta Siemianowska – competitors from England are favourites in this […]

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PREVIEW: South East and East look to wrap up Supertrax title

Coventry Cycle Speedway Club host the only Supertrax Battle of Britain action today, following the rearrangement of the North & Scotland v South West & Wales due to rider unavailability. It’s set to be a cracker though, and it could see South East and East all but wrap up the Elite Men’s title, should they beat the Midlands. The visitors […]

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DEADLINE: British Open and U16 Boys Club Championships entries close today!

Next month’s final round of British Club Championships, featuring Open and U16 Boys categories close today (Wednesday 18 June 2018). You have just one more week to enter the British Individuals, meanwhile the Elite GP Pairs pilot is now over half full, so get in quick if you want to race as it is limited to 16 pairs only. Links […]

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MATCH REPORT: Hawks suffer heavy defeat at Kesgrave

Hethersett Hawks/Myhill Decorators travelled to Kesgrave for a Sunday morning fixture and found their Suffolk opponents in a mood for revenge after the previous week’s defeat at Hethersett.  It certainly was a wake-up call for the Hawks who had a much weaker team and, due to a late call-off, were a rider short too. Kesgrave won every heat bar one […]

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