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    2019 Championship Confirmed Signings

    BIRMINGHAM BRUMMIES 1. Ulrich Ostergaard 7.13 2. Kyle Newman 5.58 -----------------------------should be 5.83 with his reduction 3. Ashley Morris 5.58 (5.44 - 2.5% Reduction) 4. Paco Castagna 4.00 5. Tobias Thomsen ?.?? ---5.00 6. 7. Total: 27.40 Remaining: 10.60
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    Birmingham Brummies 2019

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    Birmingham 2018

    BIRMINGHAM have been promoted to the Speedway Great Britain Championship for 2019. Club bosses have spent weeks mulling over the move and it means the Brummies’ four year stay in the National League is over, subject to the necessary paperwork being completed by the British Speedway Promoters’ Association. It means the Perry Barr outfit will be returning to second tier racing for the first time since 2010 – and have already signed their first rider. Danish star Ulrich Ostergaard will need little introduction to Brummies supporters after being a part of their comeback team when the club were revived in 2007. Other team plans are also well underway and co-boss David Mason has paid tribute to the club’s supporters. “I can only imagine how difficult and frustrating it has been for them over these past few weeks but we can’t thank them enough for sticking by us,” Mason said.“We didn’t really know what to tell them because we genuinely didn’t know which way we were heading; we were neither a Championship or a National League club at one stage. "But we're now delighted to confirm we'll be moving up a league next season and we're hoping the news will go down well with our supporters. “We’ve been close to tearing our hair out at times and the decision to stick or twist is one that has caused us many sleepless nights. “But after weighing everything up and taking both the short and long term future of Birmingham Speedway into consideration, we feel moving up into the Championship is the best move for the club. “We want each and every season to be a stepping stone and I think this move is exactly that. “The Championship is already shaping up to be one hell of a league; we’re going to have some brilliantly entertaining racenights next year and it will be good for the supporters to renew some old rivalries against clubs they haven’t come up against for a while. “We’ve had to plan accordingly and that means we had to talk to riders even though we didn’t know which league we’d be in. “We’re delighted to have Ulrich on board as our first signing though; he’s a really solid rider at this level and his experience will be invaluable to everyone else in the team. “He comes in on a 7.13 average – but he’s capable of even more than that. “Last year a couple of injuries held him back, but he’s more determined than ever to kick on again and he jumped at the chance to come back to Birmingham where he’s enjoyed himself over a couple of spells previously. “Things are coming together nicely behind the scenes and we’ll drip feed the news of signings between now and Christmas once everything is signed and sealed. "This is the start of an exciting new chapter for Birmingham and we hope it's one that will be supported in good numbers too. "I must say a huge thanks to Laurence (Rogers - team manager) who has been brilliant once again. He's been working more-or-less 24/7 on different things and I should also place on record my thanks to the British Speedway Promoters' Association as well for the support and guidance they've given us as a club over the past month or so."
  4. LaurenceRogers

    Birmingham Brummies 2019

    BIRMINGHAM have been promoted to the Speedway Great Britain Championship for 2019. Club bosses have spent weeks mulling over the move and it means the Brummies’ four year stay in the National League is over, subject to the necessary paperwork being completed by the British Speedway Promoters’ Association. It means the Perry Barr outfit will be returning to second tier racing for the first time since 2010 – and have already signed their first rider. Danish star Ulrich Ostergaard will need little introduction to Brummies supporters after being a part of their comeback team when the club were revived in 2007. Other team plans are also well underway and co-boss David Mason has paid tribute to the club’s supporters. “I can only imagine how difficult and frustrating it has been for them over these past few weeks but we can’t thank them enough for sticking by us,” Mason said.“We didn’t really know what to tell them because we genuinely didn’t know which way we were heading; we were neither a Championship or a National League club at one stage. "But we're now delighted to confirm we'll be moving up a league next season and we're hoping the news will go down well with our supporters. “We’ve been close to tearing our hair out at times and the decision to stick or twist is one that has caused us many sleepless nights. “But after weighing everything up and taking both the short and long term future of Birmingham Speedway into consideration, we feel moving up into the Championship is the best move for the club. “We want each and every season to be a stepping stone and I think this move is exactly that. “The Championship is already shaping up to be one hell of a league; we’re going to have some brilliantly entertaining racenights next year and it will be good for the supporters to renew some old rivalries against clubs they haven’t come up against for a while. “We’ve had to plan accordingly and that means we had to talk to riders even though we didn’t know which league we’d be in. “We’re delighted to have Ulrich on board as our first signing though; he’s a really solid rider at this level and his experience will be invaluable to everyone else in the team. “He comes in on a 7.13 average – but he’s capable of even more than that. “Last year a couple of injuries held him back, but he’s more determined than ever to kick on again and he jumped at the chance to come back to Birmingham where he’s enjoyed himself over a couple of spells previously. “Things are coming together nicely behind the scenes and we’ll drip feed the news of signings between now and Christmas once everything is signed and sealed. "This is the start of an exciting new chapter for Birmingham and we hope it's one that will be supported in good numbers too. "I must say a huge thanks to Laurence (Rogers - team manager) who has been brilliant once again. He's been working more-or-less 24/7 on different things and I should also place on record my thanks to the British Speedway Promoters' Association as well for the support and guidance they've given us as a club over the past month or so."
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    Birmingham 2018

    Please be patient ...news on the way!
  6. Compiled by Mike Moseley EXETER 1st June 2018 EXETER 23: Saul Bulley 7 James Chattin 7 Macauley Leek 5 Craig Nethercott 4 WEYMOUTH 10: Kean Dicken 6 Connor Fletcher 4 Jordan Bull 0 8th June 2018 EXETER 20: James Chattin 9 Saul Bulley 6 Adam Sheppard 5 ISLE OF WIGHT 16: Chris Watts 7 Ben Ilsley 5 Morgan Williams 2 James Luckman 2 29th June 2018 EXETER 17: Macauley Leek 6 Adam Sheppard 4 Saul Bulley 4 Max Pankhurst 3 KENT 18: Alex Spooner 9 James Laker 5 Jacob Clouting 3 Andrew Palmer 1 27th July 2018 EXETER 18: Max Pankhurst 6 Adam Sheppard 5 Sam Woolley 5 Mick Sutton 2 READING 12: Corban Pavitt 6 Jamie Bursill 3 Stephen Whitehouse 3 Rhys Laker 0 ISLE OF WIGHT 12th June 2018 ISLE OF WIGHT 15: Chris Watts 7 Ben Ilsley 5 James Luckman 3 Morgan Williams 0 EXETER 21: Jamie Bursill 9 Max Pankhurst 8 Mick Sutton 3 Adam Sheppard 1 5th July 2018 ISLE OF WIGHT 6: Chris Watts 3 James Luckman 2 Ben Ilsley 1 Morgan Williams 0 KENT 30: Alex Spooner 9 Nick Laurence 8 Jamie Couzins 7 James Laker 6 7th August 2018 ISLE OF WIGHT 20: Rob Watts 9 Chris Watts 6 Ben Ilsley 4 Morgan Williams 1 WEYMOUTH 16: Max Pankhurst 8 Bailey Fellows 6 Martyn Smith 2 Jordan Bull 0 16th August 2018 ISLE OF WIGHT 15: Jamie Sealey 8 Ben Ilsley 4 Chris Watts 3 Rob Watts 0 READING 21: Jamie Bursill 8 Nick Laurence 6 Stephen Whitehouse 6 Bailey Fellows 1 KENT 17th June 2018 KENT 21: Alex Spooner 9 Jacob Clouting 6 Andrew Palmer 3 James Laker 3 READING 15: Nick Laurence 7 Rhys Laker 3 Jamie Bursill 3 Stephen Whitehouse 2 12th August 2018 KENT 24: Alex Spooner 9 Jacob Clouting 7 Jamie Couzins 5 Andrew Palmer 3 EXETER 12: Adam Sheppard 6 Nick Laurence 5 Max Pankhurst 1 James Chattin 0 12th August 2018 KENT 25: Alex Spooner 9 William O’Keefe 7 Jacob Clouting 7 Andrew Palmer 2 WEYMOUTH 11: Bailey Fellows 5 Jacob Fellows 3 Martyn Smith 2 James Jessop 1 12th August 2018 KENT 28: Alex Spooner 9 Jamie Couzins 7 William O’Keefe 7 Jacob Clouting 5 ISLE OF WIGHT 8: Jamie Sealey 3 Chris Watts 3 Rob Watts 2 Ben Ilsley 0 READING 28th April 2018 READING 20: Daniel Gilkes 9 Jamie Bursill 7 Rhys Laker 2 Stephen Whitehouse 2 EXETER 16: Max Pankhurst 8 James Chattin 5 Mick Sutton 3 Stevie Anderson 0 1st September 2018 READING 19: Nick Laurence 10 Daniel Gilkes 6 Stephen Whitehouse 2 William O’Keefe 1 KENT 17: Jamie Couzins 7 Max Pankhurst 4 Andrew Palmer 3 Chris Watts 3 29th September 2018 READING 17: Daniel Gilkes 6 Nick Laurence 6 Jamie Bursill 3 Rhys Laker 2 WEYMOUTH 7: Jacob Fellows 4 James Laker 3 Andrew Palmer 0 N.B Reading v Isle of Wight not staged, so it was declared a 0-0 draw with each team being awarded 1-point. WEYMOUTH 5th May 2018 WEYMOUTH 13: Luke Barnes 5 Bailey Fellows 4 Jacob Fellows 3 Jamers Jessop 1 ISLE OF WIGHT 22: Jamie Sealey 9 Ben Ilsley 7 Chris Watts 4 James Luckman 2 16th June 2018 WEYMOUTH 13: Max Pankhurst 8 Jacob Fellows 2 Bailey Fellows 2 Connor Fletcher 1 KENT 23: Alex Spooner 9 Jacob Clouting 7 James Laker 5 Andrew Palmer 2 23rd June 2018 WEYMOUTH 11: Max Pankhurst 7 Luke Whitehead 2 Jacob Fellows 2 James Jessop 0 READING 24: Nick Laurence 9 Stephen Whitehouse 7 Rhys Laker 4 Jamie Bursill 4 11th August 2018 WEYMOUTH 12: Daniel Gilkes 9 Bailey Fellows 2 James Jessop 1 Connor Fletcher 0 EXETER 24: Nick Laurence 8 Adam Sheppard 6 James Chattin 5 Max Pankhurst 5
  7. Compiled by Mike Moseley BELLE VUE 20th April 2018 BELLE VUE 14: Kean Dicken 8 Sam Woolley 3 Sheldon Davies 2 David Holt 1 PETERBOROUGH 22: Ben Rathbone 10 Tom Spencer 8 James Chattin 4 Paul Bowen 0 22nd June 2018 BELLE VUE 24: Kean Dicken 9 Sheldon Davies 6 Luke Whitehead 6 Connor Fletcher 3 BIRMINGHAM 12: Arran Butcher 7 Rachel Hellowell 2 James Spencer 2 Adam Barber 1 1st August 2018 BELLE VUE 30: Corban Pavitt 9 Kean Dicken 7 Sam Woolley 7 David Holt 7 MILTON KEYNES 6: Connor King 3 Arran Butcher 2 Daniel Woodward 1 Craig Osborne 0 24th August 2018 BELLE VUE 17: Kean Dicken 8 David Holt 5 Sheldon Davies 3 Daniel Woodward 1 CARMARTHEN 18: Tom Spencer 7 Chris Watts 6 Adam Barber 5 Tim Colley 0 BIRMINGHAM 20th June 2018 BIRMINGHAM 12: Arran Butcher 6 James Spencer 3 Bailey Fellows 2 Rachel Hellowell 1 BELLE VUE 24: Sam Woolley 8 Kean Dicken 8 Sheldon Davies 5 Craig Osborne 3 18th July 2018 BIRMINGHAM 17: Arran Butcher 9 Sheldon Davies 6 Rachel Hellowell 1 James Spencer 1 PETERBOROUGH 19: Tom Spencer 6 William O’Keefe 5 Kean Dicken 5 Stephen Whitehouse 3 25th July 2018 BIRMINGHAM 16: Bailey Fellows 7 Jamie Sealey 6 Rachel Hellowell 3 MILTON KEYNES 18: Chris Watts 8 Rob Watts 7 Arran Butcher 2 Craig Osborne 1 22nd August 2018 BIRMINGHAM 19: Tom Spencer 9 Daniel Gilkes 6 Bailey Fellows 3 Rachel Hellowell 1 CARMARTHEN 17: Chris Watts 7 Adam Barber 6 Arran Butcher 2 Tim Colley 2 CARMARTHEN 14th July 2018 CARMARTHEN 8: Tim Colley 3 Adam Barber 3 James Jessop 2 MILTON KEYNES 15: Sheldon Davies 9 Craig Osborne 3 Arran Butcher 3 1st September 2018 CARMARTHEN 13: Kean Dicken 9 Adam Barber 2 Arran Butcher 2 Tim Colley 0 PETERBOROUGH 23: Lewis Millar 11 Tom Spencer 9 James Chattin 3 20th October 2018 CARMARTHEN 16: Adam Sheppard 7 Joe Alcock 5 Adam Barber 3 Tim Colley 1 BIRMINGHAM 20: James Chattin 7 Gavin Parr 6 Sam Woolley 6 Rachel Hellowell 1 N.B Reading v Isle of Wight not staged, so it was declared a 0-0 draw with each team being awarded 1-point. MILTON KEYNES 16th May 2018 MILTON KEYNES 12: Connor King 7 Craig Osborne 3 James Jessop 1 Stephen Whitehouse 1 CARMARTHEN 24: Joe Alcock 9 Chris Watts 7 Luke Whitehead 5 Tim Colley 3 13th June 2018 MILTON KEYNES 14: Arran Butcher 8 Connor King 5 Luke Whitehead 1 Craig Osborne 0 BELLE VUE 22: David Holt 8 Kean Dicken 7 Sheldon Davies 4 Sam Woolley 3 8th August 2018 MILTON KEYNES 12: Stephen Whitehouse 4 Connor King 4 James Jessop 3 Craig Osborne 1 BIRMINGHAM 23: Tom Spencer 9 Sheldon Davies 6 Rachel Hellowell 5 Bailey Fellows 3 15th August 2018 MILTON KEYNES 13: Connor King 6 Sheldon Davies 3 Stephen Whitehouse 3 Craig Osborne 1 PETERBOROUGH 19: Daniel Gilkes 6 Tom Spencer 6 James Chattin 5 Sam Woolley 2 PETERBOROUGH 25th March 2018 PETERBOROUGH 25: Daniel Gilkes 9 Ben Rathbone 8 William O’Keefe 4 James Chattin 4 MILTON KEYNES 10: Arran Butcher 5 Connor King 3 Stephen Whitehouse 2 Craig Osborne 0 13th May 2018 PETERBOROUGH 27: Daniel Gilkes 9 Ben Rathbone 8 James Chattin 6 Tom Spencer 4 BELLE VUE 8: Kean Dicken 3 Josh Embleton 3 Sheldon Davies 2 Jake Isherwood 0 5th August 2018 PETERBOROUGH 28: Daniel Gilkes 9 Ben Rathbone 9 James Chattin 5 Tom Spencer 5 BIRMINGHAM 8: Rachel Hellowell 3 Bailey Fellows 3 Jacob Couting 2 Arran Butcher 0 23rd September 2018 PETERBOROUGH 26: Daniel Gilkes 9 Ben Rathbone 8 Tom Spencer 7 James Chattin 2 CARMARTHEN 10: Chris Watts 5 Kean Dicken 4 Tim Colley 1 Adam Barber 0
  8. League matches only. Averages don't include bonus points. (Compiled by Mike Moseley) EXETER RIDER MAT RIDES POINTS BP TOTAL AVERAGE Jamie Bursill 1 3 9 0 9 12.00 Sam Woolley 1 2 5 0 5 10.00 Macauley Leek 2 5 11 2 13 8.80 Nick Laurence 2 6 13 0 13 8.67 James Chattin 5 15 26 3 29 6.93 Saul Bulley 3 10 17 0 17 6.80 Max Pankhurst 6 19 31 7 38 6.53 Adam Sheppard 6 17 27 3 30 6.35 Craig Nethercott 1 3 4 2 6 5.33 Mick Sutton 3 9 8 1 9 3.56 Stevie Anderson 1 2 0 0 0 0.00 ISLE OF WIGHT Jamie Sealey 3 9 20 1 21 8.89 Chris Watts 7 21 33 2 35 6.29 Rob Watts 3 9 11 0 11 4.89 Ben Ilsley 7 22 26 6 32 4.73 James Luckman 4 12 9 2 11 3.00 Morgan Williams 4 11 3 1 4 1.09 KENT Alex Spooner 7 21 63 0 63 12.00 Nick Laurence 1 3 8 1 9 10.67 William O’Keefe 2 6 14 4 18 9.33 Jamie Couzins 4 12 26 5 31 8.67 Jacob Clouting 6 17 35 2 37 8.24 James Laker 4 12 19 5 24 6.33 Max Pankhurst 1 3 4 0 4 5.33 Chris Watts 1 3 3 0 3 4.00 Andrew Palmer 6 18 14 7 21 3.11 READING Corban Pavitt 1 2 6 0 6 12.00 Daniel Gilkes 3 8 21 0 21 10.50 Nick Laurence 5 15 38 1 39 10.13 Jamie Bursill 6 16 28 1 29 7.00 Stephen Whitehouse 6 19 22 5 27 4.63 Rhys Laker 5 14 11 4 15 3.14 William O’Keefe 1 2 1 0 1 2.00 Bailey Fellows 1 3 1 0 1 1.33 WEYMOUTH Daniel Gilkes 1 3 9 0 9 12.00 Max Pankhurst 3 10 23 0 23 9.20 Kean Dicken 1 3 6 0 6 8.00 Luke Barnes 1 3 5 0 5 6.67 Bailey Fellows 5 16 19 2 21 4.75 James Laker 1 3 3 0 3 4.00 Jacob Fellows 5 15 14 1 15 3.73 Martyn Smith 2 6 4 0 4 2.67 Luke Whitehead 1 3 2 0 2 2.67 Connor Fletcher 3 9 5 0 5 2.22 James Jessop 4 12 3 2 5 1.00 Jordan Bull 2 2 0 0 0 0.00 Andrew Palmer 1 2 0 0 0 0.00
  9. League matches only. Averages don't include bonus points. (Compiled by Mike Moseley) BELLE VUE RIDER MAT RIDES POINTS BP TOTAL AVERAGE Corban Pavitt 1 3 9 0 9 12.00 Kean Dicken 7 21 50 2 52 9.52 Luke Whitehead 1 3 6 0 6 8.00 Sam Woolley 4 11 21 3 24 7.64 David Holt 4 12 21 4 25 7.00 Connor Fletcher 1 2 3 2 5 6.00 Sheldon Davies 6 16 22 8 30 5.50 Josh Embleton 1 3 3 0 3 4.00 Craig Osborne 1 3 3 1 4 4.00 Daniel Woodward 1 3 1 0 1 1.33 Jake Isherwood 1 2 0 0 0 0.00 BIRMINGHAM Tom Spencer 2 6 18 0 18 12.00 Sheldon Davies 2 5 12 0 12 9.60 James Chattin 1 3 7 0 7 9.33 Daniel Gilkes 1 3 6 0 6 8.00 Gavin Parr 1 3 6 1 7 8.00 Jamie Sealey 1 3 6 0 6 8.00 Sam Woolley 1 3 6 0 6 8.00 Arran Butcher 4 12 22 0 22 7.33 Bailey Fellows 5 16 18 1 19 4.50 Rachel Hellowell 8 25 17 2 19 2.72 Jacob Clouting 1 3 2 0 2 2.67 James Spencer 3 9 6 1 7 2.67 Adam Barber 1 3 1 0 1 1.33 CARMARTHEN Joe Alcock 2 5 14 0 14 11.20 Adam Sheppard 1 3 7 0 7 9.33 Tom Spencer 1 3 7 1 8 9.33 Chris Watts 4 12 25 1 26 8.33 Kean Dicken 2 7 13 0 13 7.43 Luke Whitehead 1 3 5 1 6 6.67 Adam Barber 6 18 19 5 24 4.22 Arran Butcher 2 6 4 0 4 2.67 James Jessop 1 3 2 0 2 2.67 Tim Colley 7 19 10 5 15 2.11 MILTON KEYNES Chris Watts 1 3 8 0 8 10.67 Sheldon Davies 2 5 12 0 12 9.60 Rob Watts 1 4 7 0 7 7.00 Connor King 6 18 28 0 28 6.22 Arran Butcher 5 13 20 1 21 6.15 Stephen Whitehouse 4 11 10 0 10 3.64 James Jessop 2 6 4 1 5 2.67 Craig Osborne 8 24 9 3 12 1.50 Luke Whitehead 1 3 1 0 1 1.33 Daniel Woodward 1 3 1 0 1 1.33 PETERBOROUGH Daniel Gilkes 5 15 42 0 42 11.20 Lewis Millar 1 4 11 1 12 11.00 Ben Rathbone 5 16 43 3 46 10.75 Tom Spencer 7 23 45 9 54 7.83 Kean Dicken 1 3 5 1 6 6.67 William O’Keefe 2 6 9 3 12 6.00 James Chattin 7 22 29 7 36 5.27 Stephen Whitehouse 1 3 3 2 5 4.00 Sam Woolley 1 2 2 1 3 4.00 Paul Bowen 1 1 0 0 0
  10. Up to and including Monday, October 22, 2018 M W D L W D L F A Pts 1 Kent 8 4 0 0 3 0 1 186 101 14 2 Reading 8 3 1 0 2 0 2 128 105 11 3 Exeter 8 3 0 1 2 0 2 151 127 10 4 Isle of Wight 8 1 0 3 1 1 2 102 149 5 5 Weymouth 8 0 0 4 0 0 4 93 178 0
  11. Up to and including Monday, October 22, 2018 M W D L W D L F A Pts 1 Peterborough 8 4 0 0 4 0 0 189 93 16 2 Belle Vue 8 2 0 2 2 1 1 139 111 9 3 Birmingham 8 1 0 3 2 0 2 127 158 6 4 Carmarthen 8 0 1 3 2 0 2 106 132 5 5 Milton Keynes 8 0 0 4 2 0 2 100 167 4
  12. ‪Don’t miss the final one of the season...‬ ‪BIRMINGHAM will renew Midlands rivalries as part of their season finale at Perry Barr later this month. The Edwards Plumbing Brummies will take on Wolves and Heathens select sides in a special three-team, four-man tournament on Wednesday, October 17 (7.30). Team boss Laurence Rogers said: "The West Midlands has got a great history and tradition in this sport and the rivalries in this part of the country are as fierce as anywhere else. "Bragging rights between these three sets of supporters has always been present at many different levels of British Speedway and it will be great to get all three clubs represented on one track on one night. "Obviously Wolves’ league campaign was brought to an early end as they missed out on the play-offs and the Heathens only competed in the National Trophy this season. "So their supporters, as well as our Perry Barr regulars, will be itching for one final dose of speedway before the winter comes along. "We're currently working on the line-ups and will reveal riders for each of the clubs in due course, but the Heathens Select will include riders who wore their colours this year.” A reminder that the Brummies head to Mildenhall this Sunday (October 7, 3pm) before travelling to Buxton seven days later (Sunday, October 14, 3pm) as they complete their compulsory outstanding Travel Plus National League fixtures.
  13. Many people thought different ... Rowe had a few impressive rides and there was several close battles and races to the line . I suppose we all see things differently and had Joe not had so much bad luck the scores in the end would have been even closer .As it was it almost went down to the wire between the Brummies and the Wolves Select with the sides fairly evenly balanced
  14. Parade was held up due to queues at the gate with a late flurry of fans arriving late . The reserve races were there to give the lads a ride and not sit there not getting any track action and with Joe Lawlor's problems and withdrawal both got rides in the meeting . Can't see how their points could count in the meeting as they were not in any particular side and having them there proved worthwhile in the end The idea of an information sheet is a good idea but was overlooked . Seemingly didn't float your boat P T Preece but we had a lot of positive comments that they liked it ..and there were some good races...James Shanes pass in that one being a classic one
  15. BIRMINGHAM host a special three-team tournament in their final home fixture of the season at Perry Barr on Wednesday (7.30).The Edwards Plumbing Brummies renew rivalries in the ‘West Midlands Threes’ as they take on Heathens and Wolves Select sides.There’ll also be a special moment following the conclusion of the meeting when injured skipper Mitchell Davey makes an emotional return to the track - just five months after sustaining horrific, serious injuries which included a punctured lung as well as a broken shoulder blade, vertebrae and ribs.“I’m both excited and nervous if I’m being honest,” Davey said.“It’s going to be a test to see how everything feels more than anything but it’s took a lot of rest and a lot of patience just to get to this point and while I didn’t think it would be the case at one point, being able to get some laps in at the back end of this season is great going forward.“It’s going to be good to get back and see all the supporters again and it should also be a good meeting for everyone to watch as well as it’s a really good line-up they’ve managed to put together.”
  16. I know it has nothing to do with the great news that Mitch is back on a bike tonight but to clarify regards the Heathens SELECT ....Bowtell and Andrews ( can't get time off work) ; Bickley + Hampshire ( both pulled out in last few days) ; Edwards (riding for Eastbourne v Cov) ; Jenkins, Perks; Roynon (injured) .
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    Buxton v Birmingham 14th October

    meeting is OFF... re-staging next Sunday 21st
  18. NINE names have now been confirmed for Birmingham’s ‘Rivalries Renewed’ season finale at Perry Barr on Wednesday, October 17 (7.30). The three team, four-man tournament will see the Edwards Plumbing Brummies take on Wolves and Heathens Select sides on an exciting night of racing in the second city. Fans’ favourites James Shanes and Leon Flint will ride for Birmingham – the latter declaring himself fit for the finale after escaping with no broken bones from two heavy crashes at Mildenhall last weekend. The Brummies quartet is completed by rising star Anders Rowe as well as Dan Gilkes – a 3.00 unattached rider who will be hot property in the third tier next season. Wolves’ Select side includes Birmingham’s two-time title winning captain Tom Perry, former British Under-19 Champion Max Clegg and Dan Greenwood who had a brief spell with the Brummies earlier this season. Meanwhile the Heathens Select includes teenage wonderkids Drew Kemp and Kyle Bickley who both rode for Cradley during their 2018 National Trophy campaign. Birmingham co-promoter David Mason said: “We’re delighted that the line-up is looking so strong and competitive with just a few of the reserve positions left to fill. “It’s going to be a great meeting with a different format to round off the year and hopefully it’s going to appeal to all supporters across the Midlands because the winter is very long without speedway.” TEAMS SO FAR: BIRMINGHAM: James Shanes, Leon Flint, Anders Rowe, Dan Gilkes. WOLVES SELECT: Max Clegg, Tom Perry, Dan Greenwood, TBC. HEATHENS SELECT: Drew Kemp, Kyle Bickley, TBC, TBC.
  19. no Danny and Adam are out injured
  20. NEXT NAMES CONFIRMED for our ‘Rivalries Renewed’ three-team tournament season finale:‬ ‪Dan Greenwood (Wolves Select)‬ ‪Anders Rowe (Brummies)‬ ‪Dan Gilkes (Brummies)‬ ‪Kyle Bickley (Heathens Select)‬ That means the teams so far are as follows: - Brummies: James Shanes, Leon Flint, Anders Rowe, Dan Gilkes. - Wolves Select: Max Clegg, Tom Perry, Dan Greenwood, TBC. - Heathens Select: Drew Kemp, Kyle Bickley, TBC, TBC.
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    NLRC

    just Georgie Wood and Jon Armstrong left to be sponsored
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    NLRC

    Kinsley, Morley and Thomas now sponsored .
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    NLRC

    Still looking for race sponsors for the NLRC next Sunday .. £100 per race, NLRC RIDER SPONSORSHIP £50 PER RIDER ..... riders still available .... Nathan Stoneman; Connor Mountain; Ryan Kinsley; Jack Thomas; Benjamin Morley; Henry Atkins; Mark Charles Baseby; Georgie Gwr Wood; Jon Armstrong ...... e-mail : laurencerogers@blueyonder.co.uk or TEXT 07801429304 ... Also fuel sponsors £10 each
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    NLRC

    Still looking for race sponsors for the NLRC next Sunday .. £100 per race, Also rider sponsors at £50 a rider and fuel sponsors at £10 a rider . E-mail: laurencerogers@blueyonder.co.uk or TEXT 07801429304
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