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ANTICIPATED BAD WEATHER FORCES SPEEDWAY POSTPONEMENT

Due to the anticipated poor weather tomorrow (Tuesday), the Wightlink Warriors’ National League speedway meeting against the Cradley Heathens at home has been postponed. The meeting was due to take place at the Andrew Younie Smallbrook Stadium at 19:00 tomorrow, however with significant rainfall forecast the decision has been taken to call the meeting off and save any expense. It’s …

THRILLING HOME WIN FOR THE WARRIORS

The Wightlink Warriors ended their barren run with a hard earned victory over Kent Kings in last night’s National League meeting at the Andrew Younie Smallbrook stadium, taking a maximum heat advantage in the final race to secure the victory and all 3 league points. It was an action packed night of drama right from heat 1 when the Warriors’ …

WARRIORS AIM TO HALT KENT CRUSADE

The Wightlink Warriors speedway team stage their next home meeting tomorrow (Thursday) when the Kent Kings visit in a National League fixture.  After the frustrations of the last home meeting against Birmingham, the not unexpected defeat at Belle Vue and the recently wasted trip to Mildenhall which saw the match called off due to an electricity failure, the Warriors will …

WIGHTLINK WARRIORS WELCOME BIKETOGRAPHER

The Wightlink Warriors speedway team have welcomed Florida-based photographic and blogging site Biketographer to the 2017 sponsorship team. Alan Dewey of Biketographer said: “I was raised in Southern Illinois and there was very little Speedway activity in the middle of the USA in the 1980s.  That did not stop me from buying two used 2-valve Jawas (both had 2 speed gearbox) …

WARRIORS SUFFER DEFEAT TO BIRMINGHAM BRUMMIES

There was drama for the Wightlink Warriors before a wheel had even been turned last night (Tuesday), when the Island side were dealt a dramatic blow when returning reserve Tyler Govier withheld his services due to a contractual issue. Down to 6 riders against the defending league champions, who were still smarting from a defeat the previous evening, the task of …

WARRIORS EAGER FOR ACTION ON TUESDAY

After the disappointment of last week’s cancelled fixture, the Isle of Wight’s Wightlink Warriors are eager to get back into action tomorrow (Tuesday 13th June) when the 2016 League and Trophy Champions, Birmingham Brummies, stop off at the Andrew Younie Smallbrook Stadium. For the Warriors it will be the first opportunity to track their first choice 1-7 with newcomers Connor Coles …

WEATHER FORECAST FORCES POSTPONEMENT OF SPEEDWAY MEETING

Wightlink Warriors’ National League speedway meeting at home to the Belle Vue Colts tomorrow (Tuesday) has been postponed. Weather forecasts are all predicting a day of showers and heavy rain and as a result an early decision has been made to save unnecessary travel and inconvenience. The Warriors will next be in action on Tuesday 13th June at the Andrew …

WIGHTLINK WARRIORS WELCOME BACK KELSEY DUGARD

The Wightlink Warriors speedway team have swooped to sign Connor Coles and Kelsey Dugard following their release from fellow South coast club Eastbourne. Subject to BSPA approval, Connor will join the Smallbrook-based club on a 7.11 average and Kelsey at 5.00. Today’s news means that the Warriors say goodbye to Nathan Greaves and Rik Mullins for the 2017 season. Talking about …

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