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  1. What kind of beer do you drink Tsunami? Bitter? Thankfully Newcastle have never stooped to such levels have they - well apart from an ex-promoter with a pocketful of blank doctor's lines? Allegedly of course!! I've told you before that Wolbert's burger meant missing a double header, surely he only planned to miss one meeting due to galloping dandruff? He was a last minute signing for Glasgow that year with little in the way of machinery or sponsorship hence his poor season. As for Glasgow fans suggesting deliberately lowering averages?? Thanks to Wethers pulling off track that night it didn't work Anyway, what a fantastic result for the never say die Monarchs!
  2. Sorry Keith, this is slightly wrong - because we are the Monarchs we make the rules and cheat every meeting, we have been awarded 6 points and a point knocked off each rider's average
  3. 65p beer? You will find it Paulco!!!
  4. My biased ramblings from the Monarchs Chatzone - Right, been very lazy this season what with trips to France and too many beers I've not posted my manic thoughts very often. So here's my thoughts on tonight - It wasn't raining! We ended up with quite a few decent races, some strange refereeing decisions but then I saw who the ref was, a home win but a worthy point for the Tigers select. Yet again the Monarchs threw away a few points starting in heat 2 - you have four laps to overtake Mr Davey, calm doon!! Sam was beaten twice by a fast gating Howarth, Mark had a bad 4th ride but helped seal the win in heat 14, Erik had a good night until Bjerre changed line without any control 20 times in 20 metres, when a rider in second crashes because a rider in front loses control who is to blame? Last week Davey was excluded ( rightly so) for causing Hansen to run into him but tonight a different ref ignores the cause of the stoppage. Never noticed josh tonight but think it was a paid 7 for r/r, Ricky was better out the gate early on. Max had a busy night with some good passes and used the outside line, Mitch had a night to forget. For the Tigers select, Aaron on his normal track got his 2nd ride and the t/r right , Todd was poor but a good win in heat 8 where I thought he got away with a flier, Bjerre improved his scores but his heat 12 win was fortunate given his loss of control. Mr Sarjeant never broke the tapes but only beat one Monarch, Kyle Howarth was superb, top scorer on the night, he maybe gate and go but if you go like that so what? Rob picked up useful points but it was a bit too soon for Ryan at this level. Well run meeting apart from lap counting problem, got home in time for pie and a beer or three
  5. You're quite right, it has never happened before in the history of speedway!!! lol
  6. Was great to meet up with Paulco again, sorry, should have bought your drinks after your moral victory. I believe Mr Wells wasn't looking to see the positions in heat 13, he had some shale in his eye honest!! Very ironic that we were complaining about the track being so dry, it will pee down all week now!. Monarchs certainly dropped some silly points but with so few last places Tigers certainly deserved the draw. Big worry now with Clegg at reserve but it can go both ways, win heat 2, get confidence back and upwards, but if not who can replace him?
  7. DavyH

    Rip Bryn

    You were nuts!!! I remember fondly when we had the speedway chatroom with Bryn and we were all virtually civilized with each other. I last saw Bryn at KL a few years ago,going to miss his unique humour
  8. DavyH

    Rip Bryn

    So sad to hear this news RIP Bryn.
  9. Ok, deviating further Rob, did you see that when Monarchs were riding against Sheffield a few weeks ago, the BSPA refused us a guest to cover the Riss brothers riding in a German league meeting ( they are both on German Licences!) despite that being one of the most most obvious rules. Obviously it was overturned because we make the rules
  10. C'mon Rob, it's all true, plus when did we have to start keeping on thread in this forum? You know that every thread degenerates into Edin v Glasgow! lol
  11. Aye but if the Monarchs were in strictly , it would be a legal guest. Can I do an old schoolboy joke? What's white and glides over the floor? Cum dancing? I'll get my hat
  12. Sorry Gaz, you are black-balled
  13. But Rob, you don't know the rules, you are still moaning that monarchs illegally used Mitchell Davy when we cuffed you, despite it being obvious from rule 16 that we were in the right. You then went on about Dan Bewley riding for us instead of BV in the NL whilst forgetting that the rule says the NL side have PRIORITY over a re-arranged PL meeting - it doesn't say that the NL side can't allow their rider to ride for the PL side does it? I would think that BV took the view that Dan would learn much more in the PL that night than a routine max in the NL You need to stop listening to the uninformed from the west!!
  14. Because we make the rules?? No idea, but perhaps he was named as a #8. Kevin probably wouldn't be up to a place in anNL yet but hopefully tonight has gave him a boost.

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