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  1. Sings4Speedway

    Championship League Predictions

    Agree largely with the masses Plymouth, Scunny and Newcastle to struggle massively away and take some beatings at home too. Eagles home advantage might be key but Lions, Pirates and Tigers all going to be pushing hard and certainly worth a watch of those meetings. Berwick to be dark horses and get near the play off spots...
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    Newcastle Diamonds 2021

    Perhaps John has seen how Kelsey spelt his name on his contract plus really should blame Martin for his awkward middle name
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    Eastbourne 2021

    Andrews looks good value in a weakened league and should be a nice swan song season for him. Atkins & Verge won't fit even with 3 x 3 pointers to complete the team. Atkins would be the better choice but there will be CL fixtures to work around which Eastbourne historically have tried to avoid.
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    Newcastle Diamonds 2021

    IF Kelsey applies himself and its a big IF i could see him taking over Alcocks place in the Diamonds too.
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    Newcastle Diamonds 2021

    But that has been in place with the development leagues already that the governing body doesn't support it. They promised a 4 a side second half Prem Junior League that has gone nowhere. If they were looking to enhance development why not add that to the newly modelled NL rather than use it as an experiment
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    Newcastle "BTS" Gems 2021

    Might be slightly telling that Eastbourne have let him sign on a full transfer. Will certainly be interesting to see him back and how he applies himself
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    Mildenhall 2021

    Excellent news. Out of interest with these "shared" events is it the SCB/BSPL who sets the pricing and then splits any profits with the host club?
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    Belle Vue Colts 2020

    Agreed regarding Bailey. McGurks deserve a chance and would be staggered if at least Harry isn't in. Unconvinced about the others though. Woodhull dropped a point off his average in 2019 and doesn't have full speedway focus. Bowen has been around a while to still have an average just over 3 (especially with NNS as a home track), Smith seems to be idling badly, chances have come and gone for him at higher levels and is now available on a very average 6.5. For the potential and opportunities he has had presented he hasn't taken them. In contrast the other Jack could have done with some decent kit in the past but again priorities were not always as needed for speedway and he drifted away, talent not doubted but parallels to Bridger will always be drawn.
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    Both leagues? Thought there were three or are you on the board of the BSPL?
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    Sheffield 2020

    Mega signing is Adam Ellis may not draw the crowds like Pedersen but makes the Tigers look a real threat with the current line up
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    Edinburgh 2020

    Danno how well thats going to go down
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    Plymouth Gladiators 2021

    I hope i am. I rate the reserve pairing and obviously the heat leader duo were world class but its a big ask for the other 3 running at 2,3 &4 (that's if they run that way of course as i would be tempted to put Bjarne at 3 and spread the burden a little). There's no doubting potential of the the riders but as yet that's all it is. Ruml isn't the top American, Cook is the best of the untried Aussies and Goret has some youth pedigree and Longtarck experience but little more. I want these riders to succeed but its far from a guarantee and unless at least two of them fire early on the side will be in trouble.
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    Plymouth Gladiators 2021

    Obviously i hope that is the case and that the Plymouth farewell roadshow continues to draw the crowds (i admit im equally keen to see the legends again) however if they are not as dominant as they should be at this level my interest would wain and a fear others would feel the same, if the team is bottom two which is my opinion of it then there could be problems this season. I do however hope im wrong and its a mid table team and gives a base to build upon for future seasons. Apologies forgot about Newcastle and Brum....updated to bottom 3 side
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    Belle Vue Colts 2020

    Spot on. The sport has become fixated with introducing new riders overnight but has done little to assist any development prior to this point. Yes the youth rounds have been expanded and offering better opportunities but this is mostly down to the individual clubs involved rather than a BSPL initiative (remember when all PL teams would hoist a round and then a couple just didn't bother). The lack of support for the various development leagues over the past few years has been poor and yet now the league is in search of riders to fill team places, indeed Belle Vue could have continued with a dev league side and had some riders ready to go right now.
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    Belle Vue Colts 2020

    Still knocking around i believe and was eyeing a place on the Island with Tom. Guessing he will be a 3.00. So the 3 from last year, 2 x Woolleys, Spooner and plenty left over for a big number 1 like Hume, Bowtell or Morley.

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