News Archive - July 2008

GREAT LINEUP FOR THE OPEN

NEWS Wednesday 30th July 2008, 8:48pm

Elite Leaguers Joe Screen and Travis McGowan plus in-form Glasgow riders Trent Leverington and Robert Ksiezak are late additions to Friday's Keyline Scottish Open at Armadale Stadium.

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OPEN: PLEASE COME EARLY

NEWS Monday 28th July 2008, 2:26pm

The Keyline Scottish Open is one of our biggest meetings of the season and supporters are reminded of the early start. Parade is at 7:15 to give time for the 22 heats to be completed.

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NO JOY AT THE FOURS

NEWS Saturday 26th July 2008, 9:31am

The Scotwaste Monarchs did not qualify for the Final of the Fours, won by home side Workington.

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BRILLIANT WIN AFTER STONEY INJURY

NEWS Friday 25th July 2008, 11:33pm

Monarchs' guest Carl Stonehewer was injured in heat 1, but the remaining riders performed brilliantly to clinch victory with three races remaining, eventually taking the points by 55-37.

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Edinburgh Monarchs v Redcar Bears

REPORT Friday 25th July 2008, 10:00pm

A tough match against Redcar got even tougher when Carl Stonehewer was ruled out in a disastrous heat 1.

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Edinburgh Monarchs v Redcar Bears

PREVIEW Friday 25th July 2008, 12:00pm

The table topping Scotwaste Monarchs face another stiff test on Friday when rejuvenated Redcar Bears come to town in Premier League action.

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BEARS CAN UPSET THE APPLECART

NEWS Tuesday 22nd July 2008, 5:40pm

The Scotwaste Monarchs are right at the top of the Premier League, but everyone is well aware that it is even harder to stay there than to get there in the first place.

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Edinburgh Monarchs v Birmingham Brummies

REPORT Friday 18th July 2008, 10:00pm

For Edinburgh to go to the top of the league, we needed to beat Birmingham at home while King?s Lynn lost at Scunthorpe.

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VICTORY TAKES US TOP OF THE TABLE

NEWS Friday 18th July 2008, 0:27am

In another rain-affected match, the Scotwaste Monarchs gave just about their most solid performance yet to beat Birmingham 52-29 and go to the top of the Premier League.

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BRUMMIES TEAM COMING TOGETHER AGAIN

NEWS Thursday 17th July 2008, 8:46pm

Birmingham have had unprecedented bad luck with injuries, but things are improving for them and they will bring top men Jason Lyons, Kyle Legault and Craig Watson to Armadale on Friday.

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