PREVIEW Saturday 30th April 2011, 12:00pm
Scunthorpe Scorpions are the visitors to Armadale this Friday (7.30) fresh from a morale boosting win over Somerset that ended the title-chasing side's six match unbeaten run.
REPORT Friday 29th April 2011, 10:00pm
Powerful riding by the Scotwaste Monarchs? top five plus a great debut by Kyle Howarth brought the biggest home win of the season over a pretty disappointing Scunthorpe side.
NEWS Friday 29th April 2011, 0:38am
There were many plus points in the Scotwaste Monarchs' 60-32 win over Scunthorpe, most obviously an exceptional 9+3 score from new reserve Kyle Howarth.
NEWS Thursday 28th April 2011, 5:28pm
After a dramatic weekend last week, the Scotwaste Monarchs play host to Scunthorpe on Friday at Armadale Stadium, with two new boys in the side.
NEWS Thursday 28th April 2011, 8:38am
The Edinburgh Scotwaste Monarchs race a Premier League speedway match against Scunthorpe at Armadale on Friday, and in recognition of the other big event going on in London the same day, they will be having their own wedding celebration!
NEWS Tuesday 26th April 2011, 5:44pm
The Scotwaste Monarchs have made two changes in their team with immediate effect (subject to BSPA approval), bringing in experienced Lee Dicken and youngster Kyle Howarth to fill the numbers 6 and 7 positions.
REPORT Saturday 23rd April 2011, 10:00pm
After Friday night?s defeat there might have been some gloom in the Edinburgh ranks, but if so the team did not let it stop them riding an excellent match at Newport for a 49-42 victory.
NEWS Saturday 23rd April 2011, 9:50pm
The Scotwaste Monarchs produced the perfect response to Friday's disappointment, winning 49-42 at Newport with the top five all excelling.
PREVIEW Saturday 23rd April 2011, 12:00pm
Edinburgh make the long trip to the sweetly named Queensway Meadows tonight with some reasons for optimism to face fellow misfiring side Newport Wasps at 7.30 with both sides looking to give their season a boost after slow starts.
REPORT Friday 22nd April 2011, 10:00pm
The visit of Leicester was not regarded as one of Monarchs? hardest home matches, but the Lions proved tougher nuts than expected while the home team missed starts, threw points away ? and lost.