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  1. screm

    Glasgow 2020

    Glasgow announced their rising star signing just the other day, why do that if you had no intention of running.
  2. screm

    Kent Kings 2020?

    Press release coming up at 6pm on the Kent site regarding team news.
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    Newcastle Diamonds 2021

    Newcastle will host a British Under-21 semi final Another date for your diary! Newcastle Speedway are delighted to announce another fixture to our calendar for the 2021 season. This morning, we have taken confirmation that Newcastle Stadium will play host to the British u21 semi-finals on Sunday May 30th, with tapes up at 4pm. All other event details will be released in due course.
  4. screm

    Confirmed Signings for 2021

    Berwick`s first two signings are Kyle Bickley and Leon Flint.
  5. screm

    berwick bandits 2021

    Berwick join the National Development League http://speedwaygb.co.uk/news.php?extend.38635
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    berwick bandits 2021

    Berwick upon Tweed in English and in England, and let us all be thankful for that at least.
  7. screm

    Newcastle Diamonds 2021

    Taken from the Newcastle Diamonds Facebook page "Captain Clegg" to spearhead the 2021 Newcastle "BTS" Gems. Photo credit: Steve Brock Max Clegg will lead the Newcastle "BTS" Gems side into the 2021 National Development League season, at the most important time in British Speedway, as it's vital for the development of young British talent with the new Rising Star scheme now in place which the top two leagues have implemented. Coming on board with Clegg is new asset, Joe Alcock, and the home town triumvirate of Josh Embleton, Archie Freeman and Danny Smith, while the club have confirmed that advanced conversations are being held to complete the side with the last two riders soon to be announced. Club owner, Rob Grant said: "Newcastle will operate double-headers on many Sundays, with Championship matches running first then followed by the National Development League, and with the earlier regular start time of 4pm at all our meetings, this will allow better value with 30 heats a-night, and highlights Newcastle's emphasis on developing British youngsters in readiness for rising into the Championship in seasons to come. "We at Newcastle are very much making a natural path to run from the Northern Junior League through to National Development League, and then hopefully to the Championship with the Diamonds, and this will also help Newcastle develop their own asset base and create a good foundation to work from in the future."
  8. screm

    berwick bandits 2021

    So all being well Berwick should start the season on 22nd May with a home match against Birmingham, meaning away meetings at Eastbourne and Glasgow as well as home meetings with Glasgow and Scunthorpe to be re-arranged, not unless the powers that be rewrite the fixture list all over again.
  9. screm

    Glasgow 2020

    Seems that the Glasgow rising star is indeed Connor Bailey.
  10. screm

    Football 2020/21

    Joe Linton starts for Newcastle tonight at Man Utd, immediately putting the away side down to 10 men.
  11. screm

    Football 2020/21

    Hopefully that will end with a takeover.
  12. screm

    Football 2020/21

    That`s you off the Christmas card list then .
  13. screm

    Football 2020/21

    Bruce and his gang seem to have been in denial of late about being in a relegation battle, well if they did think that they surely cant think that now. Under Bruce Newcastle are doomed.
  14. screm

    with or without

    If clubs have to run with reduced numbers, what is the capacity of the like of Wolves where only the home straight can be used. For the like of my team, Berwick, running at 25% should be a problem as Shielfield Park has a capacity of 4000.

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