News Archive - June 2011

TIM'S OUR NEW MAN

NEWS Wednesday 29th June 2011, 7:49pm

The Edinburgh Scotwaste Monarchs welcome 22 year old Tim Webster to their ranks for Friday's match against Newcastle, replacing Lee Dicken.

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BUSY SPELL STARTS WITH DIAMONDS' VISIT

NEWS Tuesday 28th June 2011, 10:12am

The Scotwaste Monarchs face tough opposition from Newcastle this Friday, the start of a spell of 6 matches in 10 days.

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IMPROVED PERFORMANCE BUT SPRING TROPHY GOES WEST

NEWS Monday 27th June 2011, 10:44pm

We led at heat 8, and were still level on aggregate at heat 12, but two 1-5 losses meant we went down on the night and on aggregate. After a much better Ashfield showing than last time, the score was 41-49, 88-94 overall.

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MIXED FORTUNES AT THE WELSH OPEN

NEWS Sunday 26th June 2011, 8:42am

Craig Cook crashed out, Andrew Tully got going after a slow start and old favourite Ryan Fisher won the meeting at the traditional post-GP Welsh Open yesterday.

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GLASGOW WIN THE PAIRS

NEWS Friday 24th June 2011, 11:00pm

Craig Cook and Andrew Tully both had their moments, though not really at the same time, as the Scotwaste Monarchs went out at the qualifying stage in the rain-affected Premier Pairs.

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FRIDAY PAIRS ACTION FOR ANDREW AND CRAIG

NEWS Wednesday 22nd June 2011, 11:06pm

Andrew Tully and Craig Cook will attempt to improve on the Scotwaste Monarchs' poor recent record in the Premier Pairs when they race at Somerset on Friday evening, in front of what is sure to be a good crowd.

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Edinburgh Monarchs v Sheffield Tigers

PREVIEW Friday 17th June 2011, 12:00pm

Only a month ago Monarchs beat this Friday's visitors to the Scotwaste Arena at 7.30 by 20 points in the KO Cup second leg, but Sheffield Tigers have shuffled the pack since then and they look a very different prospect this time around in a Premier League match.

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TRUE GRIT FROM THE TOP FIVE

NEWS Friday 17th June 2011, 0:51am

The Scotwaste Monarchs gained all three points against Sheffield, which was an excellent achievement considering the way the enforced team changes on both sides seemed to work against them. It took a great deal of determination from the team's main scorers.

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Redcar Bears v Edinburgh Monarchs

REPORT Thursday 16th June 2011, 10:00pm

Our record in recent years at Redcar is sensational, but we are not currently in the kind of form to send our supporters down in a mood of great optimism.

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NO POINTS AT REDCAR

NEWS Thursday 16th June 2011, 9:41pm

We scored a 5-1 in heat 1 at the STMP but it didn't take long for the tables to be turned, with the Bears taking all three points in a 54-41 victory.

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