Berwick Speedway Club Statement

Berwick Bandits Speedway Club co-owner Jamie Courtney has made commitments to ensure the Bandits will take to the track once again in 2019!

Following news a couple of weeks ago they he and his brother Scott had put the Bandits up for sale, Jamie's commitment to the cause has come as welcome relief to the supporters who have gone through a worrying fortnight.

FOR SALE: Berwick Bandits Speedway Club is put on the market

Berwick Bandits' owners, Scott and Jamie Courtney, have announced their decision to put Berwick Bandits Speedway Club up for sale.

In their short period at the helm Scott and Jamie have overseen improvements both on and off track which have quickly earned them a sport-wide reputation as shrewd and innovative promoters.

Bandits close 2018 season as David Howe announces his racing retirement

Bandits close 2018 season as David Howe announces his racing retirement

​It was an emotional rollercoaster at Berwick Speedway's end of season event at the Ord House Country Park on Saturday night with the traditional fun and games boosted by the fine team-spirit that typifies what Berwick Speedway is all about led by the
Courtney brothers, Gary Flint and Dennis McCleary, but it was David Howe's soliloquy that hushed the large assembled crowd.

Bandits' party time.


On Saturday the 20th of October at 7pm, Berwick Bandits Speedway Club will be throwing the party of the year at Ord House Country Park!

Tickets are available from Castlegate Interiors, 85 Castlegate, Berwick upon Tweed, TD15 1LF.

Come along and celebrate with the superstars that brought you a great 2018 campaign!

Entertainment will be provided by Huffman and Spence of Easter Street, Stiltskin and Ray Wilson fame. DJ sets and presentations will be hosted by your very own Steve Hayward!

Kyle Howarth takes gold after stunning battle with David Howe


1st. Kyle Howarth, 2nd David Howe, 3rd. Matthew Wethers, 4th Sam Masters

Bandits aim to go out of 2018 with a bang as a superb line up is revealed

Let's face it, 2018 has been a fantastic season for the Berwick "KLS" Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope of Wooler), and yes they missed the play-offs by one point, but they finished their league campaign six excellent places higher than most of the expert speedway pundits placed them before a wheel was turned, proving that the Courtney-promotion know their stuff, letting the Border fans rest in the knowledge their club is in safe hands.

Bandits victorious at Ipswich

Bandits take sensational win at Ipswich
Leon Flint takes British Youth (500cc) Championship Title
Bickley leaves best till last to win Stars of Tomorrow 2018
Sam Hagon wins Berwick round of British Youth (250cc) Championships

Ipswich Witches 43
Berwick "KLS" Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope of Wooler) 47
SGB Championship

Starza 2018 and British Youth Finals at Berwick

It's a mammoth night in the history of Berwick Speedway tonight (Saturday September 15th 2018) with the big lads away at Ipswich following their excellent win at Edinburgh last night eager for a repeat - or even better - in Suffolk as they close in again on that top four spots in the league table.

Bandits celebrate victory at Edinburgh

Edinburgh Monarchs: 42
Berwick Bandits: 48
SGB Championship

In order to give themselves a slim chance of making the SGB Championship league's top four, and a place in the play-offs, the Berwick "KLS" Bandits went to the Edinburgh Monarchs last night knowing it was all or nothing last night then again tonight when the Bandits battle at the Ipswich Witches, but to make that a valid event, glory had to be gained in Armadale.

Bandits need the best on their travels

It's crunch time for the Berwick "KLS" Bandits (Powered by Mike Hope of Wooler) and their hosts on Friday night at Armadale, the Edinburgh Monarch with both desperate to take maximum SGB Championship league points from their last matches, starting on Friday at 7.30pm.