News Archive - 2006

ANDREW TULLY GETS HIS CHANCE

NEWS Wednesday 27th December 2006, 6:32pm

The Scotwaste Monarchs have decided to give local 19 year old rider Andrew Tully his chance in the no. 7 berth of their 2007 side.

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THOUGHTS ON TEAM BUILDING

NEWS Sunday 17th December 2006, 11:00am

Monarchs' promoter John Campbell gives us his thinking behind the six men he and his fellow directors have selected so far.

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MONARCHS SEEK NO. 7

NEWS Saturday 16th December 2006, 1:00pm

Having announced their first six signings for the 2007 season on Friday night, the Monarchs' promotion are working on the identity of their seventh rider.

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SIX RIDERS NAMED FOR 2007

NEWS Friday 15th December 2006, 8:46pm

American Ronnie Correy signs for Edinburgh, along with five of last year's team.

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5 YEARS MORE AT ARMADALE

NEWS Wednesday 13th December 2006, 12:00pm

Edinburgh Speedway were granted five years further planning permission to run Speedway at Armadale by the West Lothian Council today.

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VIDEO NIGHT THIS FRIDAY

NEWS Sunday 10th December 2006, 8:30pm

The Scotwaste Monarchs stage their annual Video Night at the Thomas Morton Hall, Ferry Road this Friday at 7.30pm.

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WILLIAM LAWSON NOW A MONARCH

NEWS Wednesday 29th November 2006, 12:00pm

William Lawson and Christian Henry have swapped clubs, with William becoming a full-time Monarch at last.

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2007 SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

NEWS Saturday 11th November 2006, 0:01am

Scotwaste Monarchs are pleased to announce the sale of season tickets for 2007.

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SCOTWASTE CONTINUE MONARCHS BACKING

NEWS Sunday 5th November 2006, 6:00pm

At the Edinburgh Monarchs' annual dinner dance in the city on Saturday night, Scotwaste boss Stewart Melrose announced that his company will continue as team sponsors for the 2007 season.

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HENRIK OK AFTER FALL

NEWS Sunday 22nd October 2006, 0:01am

Monarchs' young Danish rider Henrik Moller is back at work after the fall which ruled him out of the Scottish Cup visit to Glasgow.

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