News Archive - March 2010

BIG MATCH STARTS TROPHY CAMPAIGN

NEWS Tuesday 30th March 2010, 11:21pm

The Scotwaste Monarchs start their Premier Trophy campaign on Friday at Armadale with what promises to be the toughest match in the section ? a visit from Newcastle.

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Glasgow Tigers v Edinburgh Monarchs

REPORT Sunday 28th March 2010, 10:00pm

That old familiar feeling ? coming back from the dead to sieze the spoils at Ashfield! We didn?t win but we took the Spring Trophy in a dramatic finale.

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THE SPRING IS OURS AGAIN!

NEWS Sunday 28th March 2010, 8:23pm

What a dramatic finale we saw at Ashfield today when the Scotwaste Monarchs took a dozen points from the final two heats to win the Spring Trophy on aggregate.

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JUST A SIX-POINT ADVANTAGE

NEWS Saturday 27th March 2010, 11:25pm

Having established a 14-point advantage with two heats to go, Monarchs shed two surprise 1-5s to finish just 51-45 ahead going in to the Spring Trophy second leg at Ashfield tomorrow.

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Edinburgh Monarchs v Glasgow Tigers

REPORT Saturday 27th March 2010, 10:00pm

We thought we were heading for a big win, but two 1-5 losses in heats 14 and 15 left Monarchs with a tough task if they were to regain the Spring Trophy at Ashfield.

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SCOTTISH DERBY POSTPONED 24 HOURS

NEWS Friday 26th March 2010, 3:15pm

The Spring Trophy match against Glasgow has been postponed from Friday and will be staged TOMORROW, Saturday, at 7.30pm.

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First Scottish Derby this week

NEWS Tuesday 23rd March 2010, 6:43pm

The Scotwaste Monarchs make the first appearance of the 2010 as a team on Friday when they take on the Glasgow Tigers in the Spring Trophy at Armadale.

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Scottish Open v Scottish Open

REPORT Friday 19th March 2010, 10:00pm

Consistent riding throughout the evening saw James Wright emerge as 2009 Scottish Open Champion, heading home Ryan Fisher and Andre Compton in the final.

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James Wright a fine winner

NEWS Friday 19th March 2010, 0:43am

Elite Leaguer James Wright was the most consistent rider throughout the evening and romped home in the final ahead of Ryan Fisher to land the Keyline Scottish Open title.

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Speedway back with the Keyline Scottish Open

NEWS Tuesday 16th March 2010, 11:28am

Speedway returns to Scotland this Friday as Armadale Stadium stages the Keyline Scottish Open, 16 Premier and Elite stars bidding to become the latest holders of the longest-running individual tournament in the sport.

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