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Max Clegg returns to Edinburgh Monarchs

Edinburgh Monarchs have completed the revamp of their squad by re-signing reserve Max Clegg who previously rode for the team between 2015-17.

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Richie Worrall enoys racing round Armadale

Monarchs new boy Richie Worrall keen to make his points

New Edinburgh Monarchs signing Richie Worrall today said he always enjoys riding at Armadale and feels he will fit right in with his team-mates as he strives to help the Capital side reach the end-of-season play-offs.

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Richie Worral has turned out for Monarchs in the past. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Edinburgh Monarchs axe duo but bring in Glasgow No.1 Richie Worrall

Edinburgh Monarchs have made the bold step of beefing up their squad in a bid to reach the play-offs by snapping up Glasgow Tigers No.1 Richie Worrall, who was axed by the Ashfield club last week.

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Skipper Erik Riss leads the way for Monarchs against Ipswich. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs beat Witches with little toil and trouble

Friday the 13th turned into a bit of a horror show for Ipswich Witches in their Championship League clash with Edinburgh Monarchs at Armadale Stadium last night.

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Ricky Wells was top man for Monarchs at Redcar

Edinburgh Monarchs blow away Bears to claim superb away win

Edinburgh Monarchs finally broke their away day Championship league blues in tremendous style at Redar Bears last night.

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Monarchs currently sit bottom of the table. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs will bounce back against Redcar, vows John Campbell

Frustrated Edinburgh Monarchs boss John Campbell has vowed his side will regroup for their Championship League encounter with Redcar Bears tonight in the wake of their heavy defeat by Scunthorpe Scorpions last Sunday, a result that leaves Monarchs bottom of the table.

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Monarchs are yet to win away from home this season. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs’ dire away form goes on as Scunthorpe claims spoils

Edinburgh Monarchs are still looking for their first away Championship League victory after going down 53-37 to injury-hit Scunthorpe Scorpions at the Eddie Wright Raceway.

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Alex Harkess has been buoyed by Edinburgh Monarchs' recent displays. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs head to Scunthorpe quietly confident of picking up points

Edinburgh Monarchs team manager Alex Harkess says his team will travel to Scunthorpe Scorpions for tomorrow’s Championship speedway clash confident of “coming away with something”.

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Monarchs rider Max Ruml leads Ty Proctor , Kyle Bickley, Josh Pickering. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Max Ruml plans to kick-start Monarchs season in individual event

If Edinburgh Monarchs’ American ace Max Ruml is serious about making his mark on British speedway, his inclusion in tonight’s Caledonian Riders Championship at Armadale Stadium is the perfect platform for him to prove he has made tangible progress since joining Monarchs this season.

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Erik Riss' performance was described as 'simply magnificent' by Monarchs boss John Campbell. Pic: Ron MacNeill

‘Astounding’ Monarchs come so close to claiming Fours glory

Edinburgh Monarchs boss John Campbell today paid tribute to his “astounding” quartet of riders who defied all the odds to finish runners-up in the Championship Fours Final at Redcar.

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Ricky Wells, second left, leads the way for Monarchs at Berwick. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs return from Bandits country with semi-final spot

Edinburgh Monarchs eased into the Championship KO Cup semi-finals after putting the brakes on Berwick Bandits in their quarter-final second leg tie at Shielfield Park. Despite going down narrowly 48-42, Monarchs’ commanding 24-point home-leg lead saw them sail through 99-81 on aggregate.

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Heat 12 . Joel Andersson leads as Monarch of the match Josh Pickering takes the long way round Jye Etheridge. Pics: Ron MacNeill

Smells like team spirit as Edinburgh Monarchs thrash Berwick

Edinburgh Monarchs have given themselves a fighting chance of progressing to the KO Cup semi-finals after a convincing 57-33 first leg quarter-final victory over Berwick Bandits at Armadale tonight in what was a real seven-man team performance.

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Edinburgh Monarchs rider Ricky Wells. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Edinburgh Monarchs still have play-offs as their target

Edinburgh Monarchs No.1 Ricky Wells has not written off leading his side to the end of season play-offs but admits it will take a big effort to finish in the top four which is the gateway to Championship League glory.

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Sam Masters

Sam Masters leads his Monarchs to pole during 70th birthday party

A team of 1950s Monarchs turned back the clock to win tonight’s four-team tournament in the Platinum Jubilee celebration meeting held at Armadale Stadium.

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Mason Campton top scored for Monarchs

Edinburgh suffer a Suffolk punch as they lose their way

Ipswich Witches cast Edinburgh Monarchs aside in tonight’s Championship League speedway encounter at Foxhall Heath.

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Josh Pickering

Monarchs star Pickering hopes he has solved engine puzzle

Edinburgh Monarchs ace Josh Pickering suddenly found top gear at Newcastle Diamonds on Sunday with a return if nine points, including two wins, and he is hoping this will galvanise him for the second half of the season.

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Erik Riss, left, came off his bike in heat four and could not continue. Pictures: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs star recovering after spectacular crash at Newcastle

Luckless Edinburgh Monarchs lost skipper Erik Riss after just one ride against Newcastle Diamonds in their Championship League clash at Brough Park tonight.

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Erik Riss drives round Matej Kus in heat 15 with Ricky Wells following up to secure the match win for Monarchs. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs win a thriller against Newcastle Diamonds

Edinburgh Monarchs hauled themselves off the floor to edge out Newcastle Diamonds 46-44 in a Championship League thriller at Armadale Stadium tonight, which went down to the last heat.

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Max Ruml leads Ty Proctor, Kyle Bickle and Josh Pickering against Workington last week. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs boss turns the heat up on his misfiring squad

Edinburgh Monarchs manager Alex Harkess has told his team they must “step up” in the wake of their shock 46-44 loss to Workington Comets at Armadale seven days ago.

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Erik Riss leads Comets stars Rasmus Jensen and Rene Bach as Coty Garcia (No.6) looks to make a move. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs lead until final heat as Workington pounce

Workington Comets pulled off a shock 46-44 victory over Edinburgh Monarchs in their Championship Shield match at Armadale tonight.

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