NEWS Tuesday 30th September 2008, 10:00pm
The Scotwaste Monarchs, 2008 Premier League Champions and Premier Trophy winners, now face the team who were their nearest challengers in the title race, Somerset Rebels, in the Playoff Semi-Finals.
NEWS Monday 29th September 2008, 9:58am
It's a safe bet that every Monarchs' fan who attended Perry Barr on Sunday for the Premier Trophy Final second leg will remember it as one of the best nights of their Speedway lives.
REPORT Sunday 28th September 2008, 10:00pm
With a 41-point lead we were always bankers to take the trophy, but the team wanted to do it in style for the big travelling support.
NEWS Sunday 28th September 2008, 9:29pm
At what is surely the highest point in the club's 60 year history, the Scotwaste Monarchs added the Premier Trophy to the Premier League with a brilliant display at Birmingham.
NEWS Saturday 27th September 2008, 9:53pm
Workington deservedly qualified to meet Somerset in the KO Cup final, beating Monarchs 94-88 on aggregate.
NEWS Friday 26th September 2008, 11:59pm
The Scotwaste Monarchs struggled for much of the night in their home leg of the KO Cup semi final, and only in the final three races did they push on to establish a lead.
REPORT Friday 26th September 2008, 10:00pm
This was a troubled night for the Scotwaste Monarchs though they battled through for an 8-point first leg win at the last gasp.
PREVIEW Friday 26th September 2008, 12:00pm
Now that the league is wrapped up attention turns to the Knockout Cup on Friday as Workington make the journey to Armadale for the first leg of the semi-final with the return at Derwent Park on Saturday.
NEWS Thursday 25th September 2008, 9:14am
With the Premier League title for 2008 now theirs, the Scotwaste Monarchs turn their attention this weekend to the Knockout Cup semi-final as they take on Workington Comets at Armadale on Friday and down in Cumbria on Saturday.
NEWS Thursday 25th September 2008, 1:01am
With a tip of the cap to the Birmingham Brummies for a super performance, Edinburgh Scotwaste Monarchs can now say that they are the deserved winners of the 2008 Premier League.