Edinburgh Monarchs team manager Alex Harkess has promised to “build the best team he possibly can” for 2019 following a shock ruling at the annual Promoters AGM that slashed the team building points limit in the Championship next season to 38 from 42.05.
Edinburgh Monarchs bring down the curtain on the 2018 Armadale speedway season when they face Glasgow Tigers in the second leg of the Scottish Cup tonight in a match rained off at the start of the year.
Edinburgh Monarchs have given themselves a fighting chance of reaching the Championship KO Cup final after taking control of tonight’s semi-final first leg tie against Workington Comets at Armadale Stadium.
Edinburgh Monarchs’ play-off hopes now lie outwith their hands but team manager Alex Harkess has stressed how important it is to ensure they see off Berwick Bandits tonight at Armadale in their final league match of the regular season.
Edinburgh Monarchs’ play-off hopes will all depend on whether they can take something out of tonight’s derby encounter against fellow aspirants Glasgow Tigers at Ashfield Stadium, according to Monarchs team manager Alex Harkess.
Edinburgh Monarchs soared into third place in the Championship table and took another step towards their goal of reaching the play-offs with a resounding 65-25 victory over Workington Comets at Armadale tonight, a result nobody had predicted.
Edinburgh Monarchs displayed scant mercy to Sheffield Tigers and bared their claws to run out comfortable 54-36 winners in their Championship League clash at Armadale Stadium last night to keep alive their play-off hopes.
Edinburgh Monarchs’ new-look team are very much back in the race to reach the end of season play-offs according to team manager Alex Harkess who is still purring over last week’s record equalling 69-21 home humbling of Redcar Bears.