NEWS Saturday 31st July 2021, 8:00am
What The Fork Monarchs have made a change in their reserve berth and their new Rising Star rider will be Luke Crang, recently returned to action and the scorer of a paid maximum in the National League on his first appearance for around six years!
NEWS Friday 30th July 2021, 10:21pm
Frustration was the main feeling at Armadale when the Cup tie with Birmingham was eventually called off after seven completed heats with the score 26-16. Rain was the winner even though initially the riders and track staff thought racing could resume. Heavy returning showers put paid to that.
PREVIEW Friday 30th July 2021, 11:00am
Wow! What an absolutely fabulous weekend of speedway – Scottish style! We knew it would be close against the Tigers, but, come on...
NEWS Friday 30th July 2021, 10:00am
With restrictions easing, the operating procedure has changed slightly at Armadale Stadium. Find out what measures are in place to ensure your safety this evening.
NEWS Wednesday 28th July 2021, 1:30pm
Still getting our breath back from last weekend, we now look forward to a visit from a very attractive Birmingham team in our Knockout Cup quarter final tie this Friday.
NEWS Wednesday 28th July 2021, 1:00pm
Order your copy of the What The Fork Monarchs v Birmingham Brummies Knock Out Cup Quarter Final Matchday Magazine now - a perfect accompaniment to your EMTV:Live experience!
NEWS Tuesday 27th July 2021, 7:00pm
What The Fork Monarchs number 5 Richie Worrall will line up in the upcoming British Final next month.
NEWS Tuesday 27th July 2021, 4:30pm
Tickets are now available for Friday's Knock Out Cup Quarter Final match against Birmingham and for the remaining confirmed fixtures scheduled for 2021.
REPORT Sunday 25th July 2021, 6:31pm
The What the Fork Monarchs did what they do best on Sunday afternoon coming back from the disappointment of a home defeat on Friday to turn the tables with a famous win at Glasgow.
REPORT Friday 23rd July 2021, 11:53pm
The first Scottish derby for two years was a taut and tense affair going right to the wire, but it came to an unfortunate, unsatisfactory but apparently unavoidable conclusion and was abandoned after 14 heats with Glasgow winning 43-41.