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Posted: July 27, 2014

Bandits Take Fourth Full Away Win Of Season At Glasgow

Glasgow“Tigers” 37
Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 52
Premier League
 
The Berwick Bandits have one of the best away records of 2014 and at the Glasgow Tigers yesterday afternoon they once again proved their excellence on foreign shale be taking a good 15-point victory at Ashfield, once again being rewarded with all four Premier League points, for the fourth time… twice as many as any other team in the table.
 

Posted: July 26, 2014

Bandits Beaten By The Rain – For the 15th Time in 2014!

The Berwick Bandits lost their 15th match to the British weather at Shielfield Park last night, again at the most awkward of times to let their army of fans know.
 
Long-distance travellers, the Rye House Rockets from Hoddesdon, North of London, were the unfortunate opposition, on a Northern tour, concluding at Newcastle this Sunday evening, and due to the geographical differences and both side Saturday tracks, its no surprise a re-staging date has been agreed as yet.
 

Posted: July 25, 2014

Bandits Beheaded By Medieval Monarchs

Edinburgh “Scotwaste Monarchs” 67
Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 23
Knockout Cup ¼ Final – second leg
Edinburghwin on aggregate 106-74
 
The Berwick Bandits travelled to the Edinburgh Monarchs last night with a reasonable 12-point lead to defend in the sport’s knockout cup ¼ final, but without Matej Kus and Claus Vissing, away on domestic Czech speedway business and injury respectively their task was looking grave.
 

Posted: July 24, 2014

BANDITS AIM TO DEFUSE ROCKETS

Saturday night sees Berwick’s speedway Bandits (sponsored in 2014 by New Holland Agriculture and fresh from a famous first-leg cup-tie victory over the mighty Monarchs from Edinburgh on Wednesday) are quickly back on track on Premier League business, with a visit by Rye House Rockets.
 
The Rockets are led by popular Edward Kennett, who served the black-and-gold cause with distinction last season, and also include Britain's No 5 (and former U-15 and U-19 Champion) Jason Garrity.
 

Posted: July 24, 2014

Bandits Take 12-Point Lead Over Edinburgh In Cup ¼ Final (1st leg)

Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 51
Edinburgh “Scotwaste Monarchs” 39
Knockout Cup ¼ Final 1st Leg
 
72 hours in speedway can make a massive difference, and so it proved with last night's re-staging of the Berwick Bandits hosting of the Edinburgh Monarchs in the Knockout Cup 1/4 Final (1st leg), but on Saturday the visitors were 24 matched unbeaten in 2014 whilst they were solidly beaten at Peterborough proving to Berwick their guest were beatable after all.
 

Posted: July 23, 2014

Kus unavoidably to miss the Cup Tie 1/4 Final

‘Berwick have confirmed that high scoring reserve Matej Kus will miss the Cup Tie Quarter Final (2nd Leg) at Armadale on Friday (25th July)

Posted: July 21, 2014

Monarchs no longer invincible

The unavoidable postponement of Saturday's KO Cup Quarter-Final tie with Edinburgh Monarchs --- heavy pre-meeting rain rendered Shielfield Park un-raceable – was deeply disappointing for the border club’s management, who were determined to end a long undefeated run by their rivals.
 
Saturday’s washout meant the Monarchs carried their "invincible" title (having gone unbeaten in their first 24 matches this year) down to Peterborough on Sunday -- where their run was promptly ended by the Panthers to the tune of a 50-43 scoreline.
 

Posted: July 21, 2014

Hard-Fought Local Derby Sees Newcastle Leave Berwick Pointless Again

Newcastle “Sapphire Engineering Diamonds” 51
Berwick “New Holland Bandits” 37
Premier League
 
Another fiery local derby between the Berwick Bandits at the Newcastle Diamonds last night at Brough Park, and tensions were obviously running high with two warning to Berwick riders in the opening two heats which went the Bandits' way, Matej Kus comfortably winning Heat Two as part of a 4-2 moving the score along to 5-7.
 

Posted: July 20, 2014

BANDITS RAINED OFF VS. EDINBURGH Re-staging This Wednesday July 23rd 7.30pm

Berwick’s speedway Bandits continued their losing-battle with the British weather when they lost they Knockout Cup ¼ Final (1st leg) against the still-unbeaten in all competition, Edinburgh Monarchs.
 
With rain having started around 4.00pm, the intensity simply increased towards the eventually time when Margaret Vardy, the night’s referee, called a halt to proceedings at 6.00pm.
 

Posted: July 16, 2014

Brummie's Season Tickets Honoured

While aware that not too many supporters of the recently-closed Birmingham Brummies will find our Saturday meetings accessible, Berwick Speedway confirm that, as is the case with some midland circuits, we will honour Birmingham season tickets at any 2014 meeting at Shielfield Park.

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