WightLink Warriors

Swindon Sprockets 49 Wightlink Warriors 41

For the second consecutive week Warriors number one Ben Wilson failed to complete a single lap as lightning struck twice for the Yorkshire man as he suffered a fall, a disqualification and the need to withdraw from the action.

Triple Travels For Warriors

The Isle of Wight Wightlink Warriors speedway team embark on a busy week of away meetings starting on Thursday at Swindon in the National Trophy followed by back to back league matches at Buxton and Birmingham on the Sunday and Monday of Bank Holiday weekend.

MEETING ABANDONED: Warriors 12 Cradley Heathens 17

Light rain that started falling mid-afternoon increased in intensity as start time approached eventually rendering track conditions too difficult to continue and forcing referee Robinson to call a halt to this speedway meeting after five races.

Tough Task For Warriors

Speedway returns to the Andrew Younie Smallbrook stadium on Thursday (18 May) when the Wightlink Warriors entertain the Cradley Heathens, one of the strongest teams in this season’s National League. Gates open at 17.30; the rider parade is at 18.45 with the first race at 19.00 prompt.

'Warriors' 49 Lakeside 'Hammers' 41 (NL)

After a week of trials and tribulations, the Isle of Wight Warriors speedway team tonight put those troubles aside to register their first win of the season by beating the Lakeside Hammers 49 – 41 in the National League.

Warriors Rocked By Greaves Departure

The Isle of Wight Wightlink Warriors speedway team have been rocked by the sudden decision of Nathan Greaves to accept a team place at Championship side Ipswich, a club who also race home meetings on a Thursday night, thus ruling out his continuation on the Island.

'Warriors' 43 Swindon 'Sprockets' 47

For the second week running, the Warriors were beaten in a nail biting last race decider as they come up just short in a highly entertaining National Trophy speedway encounter at The Andrew Younie Smallbrook Stadium tonight.