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Berwick v Workington Championship & Border Trophy 7/7/18. 7pm

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3 hours ago, Fromafar said:

Very selective pricing Dick,let me add some more

adult weekend ticket Sat + Sun £39

ConcessionWeekend+ camping £40

Concession WeekendTicket £20

Sat Adult £18

Concession £10

Sunday concession £18. 

6-7 hours racing entrainment each day!

Crowd probably 25,000+

they are not doing too much wrong

I spent £80 last weekend watching absolute dross!!

I am a speedway fan!

How often is this on.? Is it every weekend? 

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28 minutes ago, penchev said:

How often is this on.? Is it every weekend? 

Takes  place at various circuits all over the country throughout the  year  ( April - October )  , usually every 2 weeks or so 

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32 minutes ago, DSC67 said:

Takes  place at various circuits all over the country throughout the  year  ( April - October )  , usually every 2 weeks or so 

Cheers for that , however speedway on your front door can’t be beaten for me 

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On 7/5/2018 at 1:49 PM, Normski said:

As well as league points at stake there is also the Border Trophy up for grabs. Berwick have a little bit of a team shuffle with Kevin Doolan taking over the Number 1 spot from Spud. For the Comets who drew here in the Championship Shield match Rasmus Jensen drops down to reserve. On paper Comets look a more than useful team but Berwick have got into the habit of winning home meetings. Bandits to shade it 48-42.

Looks like the Border Trophy is only heading one way, just a Berwick win on the night would be nice.

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be very interesting to see the result of this one 

similar tracks so will the result be similar or do Berwick have some sort of home confidence that they will up there game 

track was dusty last night and cant have been nice to follow but its not as if Workington were just outgating Berwick to be fair Workington wernt gating that good 

 

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If Workington don't gate tonight they won't win IMO .

6 minutes ago, scaramanga said:

be very interesting to see the result of this one 

similar tracks so will the result be similar or do Berwick have some sort of home confidence that they will up there game 

track was dusty last night and cant have been nice to follow but its not as if Workington were just outgating Berwick to be fair Workington wernt gating that good 

 

If Worky don't gate tonight they won't win IMO 

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Same applies to  Berwick .

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The enigma that is Gappmaeir is keeping Berwick afloat, 42-42.

 

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Dear Berwicks manager,

Explain how Howe/NBJ have had 8 rides between them when you had a flying reserve? 

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17 minutes ago, Panthers89 said:

Dear Berwicks manager,

Explain how Howe/NBJ have had 8 rides between them when you had a flying reserve? 

Thanks

Cause it more like the Masons than a speedway club nod nod wink wink 

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2 minutes ago, havenagotahope said:

Cause it more like the Masons than a speedway club nod nod wink wink 

The way it's going, I will be amazed if there is Championship Speedway at Berwick next season.

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1 minute ago, Pod said:

The way it's going, I will be amazed if there is Championship Speedway at Berwick next season.

The way it's going there may not be any Speedway at all next season.

Independent body running the sport is last chance saloon.

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1 minute ago, topaz325 said:

Well done Worky.:approve:

Looking like proper contenders now

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