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  1. watch the football highlights as better to and get yourself down to Perry Barr for this all important clash
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    MSDL 2021

    League table Up to + inc 6/9/21 M W D L F A PTS Birmingham Bulls 6 4 1 1 121 82 9 Wolverhampton Heathens 5 1 1 23 71 96 3 Eastbourne Seagulls 3 1 0 2 47 61 2
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    MSDL 2021

    Mon 6th Sept Wolverhampton Heathens 16 ( James Chattin 4r 8; Sam Woolley 4r 6; Tim Colley 4r 2+1; Ben Phillips r/r) Birmingham DUCTAIR Bulls 20 ( Ben Trigger 3r 9(max); Kai Ward 3r 5+2; Jacob Fellows 2r 3+1; Bailey Fellows 3r 3)
  4. playing it safe?? zero points = zero pay !! He had four heavy falls last week that left him sore and black + blue and fell again in his first ride at Edinburgh . He always gives 100% but the Edinburgh track just didn't suit his riding style last night
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    MSDL 2021

    League table Up to + inc 25/8/21  M W D L F A PTS Birmingham Bulls 5 3 1 1 101 66 7 Wolverhampton Heathens 4 1 1 2 55 76 3 Eastbourne Seagulls 3 1 0 2 47 61 2
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    MSDL 2021

    Weds 25th August Birmingham DUCTAIR Bulls 27 ( Ben Trigger 9 max; Sam Woolley 8+1 (paid max) ; Jacob Fellows 6+1; Bailey Fellows 4+1) Eastbourne Seagulls 9 ( Josh Warren 6; Stephen Whitehouse 3; Francesca Wright 0; Eli Meadows 0)
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    KOC fixtures

    Edinburgh v Birmingham Fri Sept 10 Birmingham v Edinburgh Weds Sept 29
  8. Speedway fan

    Birmingham v Plymouth 25 Aug

    It is a League Cup match with the sides undoubtedly using reserve and youth players in the main and not their full sides . I know Baggies fans who are not bothering to go to watch it . We need positive posts telling people how good a meeting it was last week with the dust problems of the previous week sorted and John Priest getting the track sorted .
  9. BIRMINGHAM co-owner Peter Mason wants to see a crowd at the same level as the Leicester and Kent meetings when Plymouth visit Perry Barr on Wednesday (7.30). In a big night for the club they welcome legendary three-time World Champion Jason Crump with the Gladiators and former Brummies number one Bjarne Pedersen. Mason has revealed how last week’s attendance against Berwick was 200 down on the previous numbers – something which he puts down to Albion and Blues playing at home that night. He said: “To sustain the season we need to get back to the level we enjoyed against Leicester and Kent. If we had those crowd numbers every week there would be no concerns. “It’s important for everyone to come along and get right behind us, we are all digging deep and doing our very best as a club. “We want to ensure this club has a bright future in the city and it’s down to the fans to enable us to make that happen.” Mason is excited by the prospect of Crump and Pedersen visiting Perry Barr. “Jason in particular is a legend of the sport and always will be,” he said. “It’s great to see him back racing and I notice he’s been scoring some good points recently after his bad injury earlier in the season. “I’m expecting a really good, competitive meeting and once again there will be the opportunity for fans to visit the pits and get autographs and selfies. “We’re also offering the chance to watch from the centregreen again and there will be games for the kids. “It’s a great package for fans of all ages and I hope to welcome a big crowd for a big night of racing.” Meanwhile the sides meet in Devon on Tuesday in more Championship action. Brummies are unchanged from the side which went down to defeat at Scunthorpe on Friday. BRUMMIES TEAM: Erik Riss, Valentin Grobauer, James Shanes, Ashley Morris, Chris Harris, Paco Castagna, Jack Thomas.
  10. Speedway fan

    RIP Archie Wilkinson

    RIP ARCHIE
  11. Speedway fan

    NJL SHIELD

    Unable to track any 250 riders as one positive with covid, another engine not back so decision made to run with 125 and 500's with an e3xtra race each
  12. Speedway fan

    Brummies v Bandits 18/08

    clutch went on bike in heat 11 but he got it going but too late to catch the Bandits duo then jumped on 2nd bike for last two rides
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    NJL SHIELD

    BIRMINGHAM DUCTAIR BULLS 23 BERWICK ACADEMY 18 DUCTAIR BULLS : 1. BAILEY FELLOWS 3 3 n 3 = 9 2. JACOB FELLOWS F/X 2' 3 R = 5+1 3. BILLY BUDD 3 3 R N = 6 4. CASPER KLUCZNIAK 0 1 1 1 = 3 ACADEMY : 1. SAM McGURK 2 F/X N N = 2 2. SAM WOOLLEY N 1 N N = 1 3. CAYDIN MARTIN 2 2 3 3 =10 4. HARRY FLETCHER 1' 0 2' 2' = 5+3
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    BIRMINGHAM STATEMENT 8TH AUG

    the 2nd half has 6 official races ...the 125 kids just do demo's not races for points
  15. BIRMINGHAM owner David Mason has underlined the club’s commitment to get through to the end of the season. Wednesday’s Perry Barr fixture has now changed and will be a Championship clash with Leicester. This means the Knockout Cup tie with Edinburgh will be put back as the club aim to keep up with their league schedule – and they have apologised for any inconvenience to travelling Monarchs fans. They enjoyed their biggest crowd of the season against Kent last Wednesday – but it still wasn’t enough to guarantee the long term future of the club. Said Mason: “We’re desperate to see it right the way through - but I can only echo what I keep saying, we need the supporters to come each and every week. “If they don’t it will spell that dreaded end that we seriously don’t want to happen whilst we’re there especially. “That isn’t a threat either, it’s just the reality of the situation we’re in right now and we wanted to be up front and honest with the supporters. “It really is a week-by-week situation and like I said, we’re desperate to get through it all. “We can’t thank the supporters that turn up week in, week out enough - they are absolutely fantastic, but we just need more of them now. “Birmingham needs speedway and we really want it to be a success. “Last week was a massive step in the right direction - that’s the sort of thing we need every single time we race at Perry Barr though. “The racing was unbelievable, the scoreline was really tight and the atmosphere was the best it’s been for a long time. “We’ve had to move a fixture around here and there and we know Leicester will be our toughest test of the season on Wednesday. “With it being a big Midlands derby though, we’re hopeful of another big crowd and we’re just hoping we can build on last week again all round. “We thank everyone for their co-operation and apologise to any Edinburgh fans who were planning to be here, but we literally are going from week to week.” Mason is also keen to see younger fans enjoying the spectacle of live racing. He added: “The week before we had literally a handful of kids turn up then last week there were nearly 100 there. “That is absolutely fantastic because they are the future of the sport and we need them coming. “I know we keep on about the short term and people might say ‘but they’re not paying any money’ but they have at least one parent or guardian with them and if they enjoy themselves they’ll keep on pestering until they come back again and again and again! “At Birmingham they get to do things that they don’t always get to do at other Speedway tracks and we can’t stress enough how much we value the kids coming through the gates.”
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