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    New Speedway Books.

    There has been the Bernie Persson Story-- THE BLACK COUNTRY SWEDE out this year and still available
  2. efforts were made but no dates were suitable when all the riders were not riding elsewhere
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    no ...NOT a junior meeting although the 2nd half has the MDL play off final DUCTAIR Bulls v SUPPORTERS CLUB Buffaloes . Teams due to be announced later
  5. ON LINE TICKETS ,.........https://www.trybooking.co.uk/CLFI
  6. The 2023 British Under 19 Final, which was cancelled after heat 4 on the 28th June due to rain, has been rearranged to be again be hosted at Official Birmingham Speedway on Wednesday 25th October. The revised line up is as follows (in draw order) 1. Nathan Ablitt 2. Luke Killeen 3. Ben Trigger 4. Max Perry 5. Jake Mulford (TBC) 6. Max James 7. Dan Thompson (TBC) 8. Ace Pijper 9. Luke Harrison 10. Jody Scott 11. Joe Thompson 12. Sam McGurk 13. Mickie Simpson 14. Vinnie Foord 15. Ashton Boughen 16. Freddy Hodder Reserves 17) Ashton Vale 18) Mark Parker The Young Lions would like to thank the Birmingham Promotion for their determination to host this event and the BSP Ltd for their support, along with the support of our sponsors and the Birmingham supporters. We would also like to give credit to all the riders for their keenness to ride in such a big event in the last week of the 2023 season. #BackTheBrits
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  8. 2 guests ?? Billy Budd was a guest. Ashton Vale is eligible for MDL and not in any other side ? Jake Breeze has been riding for Buffaloes . This fixture could have been run when Birmingham were at Redcar a few weeks before but there was a NJL match and on that occasion the Buffaloes had a full side available . This was a one off when the squad were not able to travel
  9. There will be a one off play off final ... there will be a toss of a coin to decide who is the "home " team in red and blue and the "away" team in white and yellow and which side of the pits they get!!
  10. BIRMINGHAM BUFFALOES WIN AT REDCAR TIES UP TOP OF TABLE WITH BIRMINHAM BULLS ,… TITLE TO BE DECIDED AS PLAY OFF FINAL The two Birmingham MDL sides will meet in a play off final at the Alan Grahame Memorial meeting against Cradley after the SUPPORTERS CLUB BUFFALOES took victory at Redcar 21-15 to finish level in the table with the DUCTAIR BULLS. The final fixture at Redcar saw the Buffaloes without the majority of their squad for various reasons and they ended up with a 3 man team when Jack Shimelt was unavailable due to work commitments. The trio included 15 year old Ashton Vale making his MDL debut and the Kent Royals recruit notched up 11 points defeated only by Redcar debutant Senna Summers, son of former rider Aaron Summers. Bulls skipper 16 year old Billy Budd guested for the Buffaloes with 9+2 with Summers spoiling his maximum chances in heat 6. But amazingly this was the Redcar’s first competitive speedway rides and the youngster looks to be a good prospect. Jake Breeze , a newcomer to speedway this year and recruited through the club’s tie up with the Formula Grass Association (FGA) , got better with each ride getting his confidence back after a bad crash on the grass . He claimed his first points in heat 6 and is another one for the future. REDCAR GALLAGER CUBS 15 ( Senna Summers 3r 7, Katie Gordon 3r 3+1, Edward Davison 3r 3+1, Dan McTeer 3r 2) BIRMINGHAM SUPPORTERS CLUB BUFFALOES 21 ( Ashton Vale 4r 11, Billy Budd 4r 9+2, Jake Breeze 4r 1+1, Jack Shimelt R/R) TABLE : M W D L F A PTS =1. BIRMINGHAM BULLS 4 3 0 1 76 59 6 =1. BIRMINGHAM BUFFALOES 4 3 0 1 80 64 6 3. REDCAR BEAR CUBS 4 0 0 4 51 84 0
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    Birmingham Brummies 2023

    no unfortunately only Wednesday nights. Neil Vatcher is discussing date with the Birmingham promotion .
  12. https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/perry-barr-birmingham-brummies-speedway-27495331?fbclid=IwAR3vTn-FZN-MQto3SVJtEP6INDPGD9sJPiq8sdwPEmrQ19B64EMGSnQ_1m8
  13. BULLS END THEIR MDL FIXTURES IN STYLE ---WITH 3 UNBEATEN RIDERS IN 26-10 WIN. Putting themselves into top position aiming to retain their title the Birmingham DUCTAIR Bulls recorded a resounding 26-10 over Redcar Bear Cubs . With three unbeaten riders the Bulls dominated the meeting. Bulls young skipper Billy Budd got his paid maximum despite touching the tapes in heat 2 and came off 15 metres to work his way through to link with Eli Meadows for a 5-1. Kai Ward was in top form with a full maximum from his 3 rides . Meadows had two paid wins on top of his heat 2 race victory. 15 year old Midlander Joe Crewe notched 2 points improving each time he rides for Birmingham. For the Bear Cubs Edward Davison battled with 4 hard earned points whilst Lee Harrison was top scorer with 5 points. With Birmingham Buffaloes having one meeting left away at Redcar the 2023 MDL title is still up for grabs. A win there will see a tie on points between the two Perry Barr teams … with a possible play off final being considered to decide the champions. Birmingham DUCTAIR Bulls 26 ( Kai Ward 9 (max) , Billy Budd 8+1 (paid max) , Eli Meadows 7+2., Joe Crewe 2) Redcar Bear Cubs 12 ( Lee Harrison 5., Edward Davison 4, Dan Mcteer 1, Chris Timms 0) TABLE : M W D L F A PTS 1. BIRMINGHAM BULLS 4 3 0 1 76 59 6 2. BIRMINGHAM BUFFALOES 3 2 0 1 59 49 4 3. REDCAR BEAR CUBS 3 0 0 3 36 63 0
  14. BIRMINGHAM are back in action at Perry Barr this Wednesday (August 9, 7.30) when they host Redcar - and there will be plenty of additional attractions for junior supporters to enjoy.It will be the first home meeting of the school summer holidays for the Curtis Sport Brummies and club chiefs have moved to make sure there’s plenty to keep the kids entertained from the moment they arrive at the stadium with doors opening at 6pm.There will be a children’s entertainer providing plenty of fun and activities, including a picture trail hunt, whilst Brummie Bear will be joined by TV’s very own Bluey and Marshall from Paw Patrol.The pits will also be open until 6.45 where riders will be available for photographs and autographs.Even once the night of enthralling Speedway racing commences, there will be a further opportunity to take part in the interval entertainment on the infield.A reminder it’s FREE admission for all children aged 11 and under at Perry Barr in 2023 while Juniors aged 12-16 will be admitted for just £3.
  15. BIRMINGHAM bosses have made the early decision to rearrange Wednesday’s (August 2) scheduled home fixture against Plymouth.The Curtis Sport Brummies were due to meet the Gladiators in the Cab Direct Championship at Perry Barr.But with the track already sodden and several forecasts showing thundery showers from Tuesday night and throughout the whole of Wednesday, bosses have made the decision early to minimise inconvenience for all.The two clubs have swiftly agreed a restaging date and the two will now meet at Perry Barr on Wednesday, September 6.It means the Curtis Sport Brummies will begin a hectic schedule at home to Redcar on Wednesday, August 9 (7.30) - that will be their first of eight meetings in the space of five weeks.

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