REPORT Monday 31st May 2010, 10:00pm
After an exciting match at Scunthorpe the Scotwaste Monarchs came out on top by 48-41, with the amazing Kalle Katajisto again leading the way on 15.
PREVIEW Monday 31st May 2010, 12:00pm
Monarchs will make the 250 mile trip to Scunthorpe on Monday (5.00 start) in excellent spirits after dominating the same opponents on Friday night with some dazzling speedway from Flyin' Ryan Fisher, Andrew Tully and Kalle Katajisto.
NEWS Saturday 29th May 2010, 1:04am
With another stirring display at Scunthorpe we shot ourselves up to second place in the Premier League, just a single point behind Rye House.
REPORT Friday 28th May 2010, 10:00pm
Outstanding performances by Fisher, Tully and thrillmaker Katajisto proved too much for Scunthorpe as the Scotwaste Monarchs scored a 25-point victory.
PREVIEW Friday 28th May 2010, 12:00pm
There's no let-up in the queue of top speedway sides visiting Armadale in search of Premier League points because this Friday its the turn of the highly entertaining Scunthorpe Scorpions to come along and try their luck (7.30).
NEWS Friday 28th May 2010, 1:17am
Ryan Fisher was the best of several good Scotwaste Monarchs tonight, scoring a 5-ride maximum and smashing the track record as the team clocked up 59 and took all three match points.
NEWS Wednesday 26th May 2010, 4:34pm
Sainbury's planning application to build a supermarket on Armadale Stadium has been rejected by West Lothian Council.
NEWS Tuesday 25th May 2010, 8:14pm
The Scotwaste Monarchs got back on the rails with a resounding home win last week, and now look forward to racing Scunthorpe Scorpions at Armadale on Friday and in Lincolnshire on Monday.
PREVIEW Sunday 23rd May 2010, 12:00pm
It's back to the unfinished business of the Premier Trophy this Sunday when Monarchs travel to Newcastle Stadium (6.30 start) to try to turn the tables on the high flying Diamonds who have already qualified for the semi-finals.
REPORT Sunday 23rd May 2010, 0:23am
A weakened Scotwaste Monarchs team enjoyed little luck and were well beaten on Tyneside by 56-37, which ends our Premier Trophy involvement for this year.