News Archive - 2009

Mixed fortunes at the Cracker

NEWS Sunday 27th December 2009, 10:05pm

The two Edinburgh riders enjoyed mixed fortunes at Scunthorpe's Christmas meeting, won by King's Lynn's Kevin Doolan.

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Aaron on loan to Brummies

NEWS Thursday 17th December 2009, 9:02am

After two years in the Monarchs' team, Aaron Summers will go on loan to Birmingham for the 2010 season.

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Max completes the team

NEWS Wednesday 16th December 2009, 8:29am

German rider Max Dilger will return to the Scotwaste Monarchs' team for the 2010 season, and the team is complete for what is expected to be the final Armadale season.

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Jozsef signs on

NEWS Sunday 13th December 2009, 10:13am

The Scotwaste Monarchs have signed their first ever Hungarian rider, 20 year old Jozsef Tabaka, who was reserve for last year's World Under-21 Championship.

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William an Ace in 2010

NEWS Friday 11th December 2009, 0:02am

Scotwaste Monarchs' asset William Lawson will be getting his wish to race in the Elite League in 2010, when he will line up for the Belle Vue Aces as a full-time team member.

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Season ticket sales continue to boom

NEWS Thursday 10th December 2009, 9:24pm

Co-Promoter John Campbell is pleased to report that season ticket sales for the 2010 season are at record levels.

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Andrew and Matthew sign up

NEWS Friday 4th December 2009, 11:37pm

Andrew Tully and Matthew Wethers were confirmed as the next two signings for the Monarchs' 2010 team at tonight's successful Video Night.

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Kalle keeps it going

NEWS Saturday 28th November 2009, 10:27am

Scotwaste Monarchs' 18 year old Finnish rider Kalle Katajisto will be back with the team in 2010 after his successful brief return at the end of the season just past.

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NEWS Thursday 26th November 2009, 9:47pm

Monarchs' Swede Thomas H Jonasson has been announced tonight as part of the Swindon team for 2010 and will be transferred to the Robins.

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NEWS Wednesday 25th November 2009, 8:23am

Eddie Lack, one of the great figures of our early days in 1948-54, died last week in Manchester Royal Infirmary. He was 87 and was believed to be the oldest surviving Monarch.

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