Advertise on
 Speedway Fans Social Network
 Speedway News Feed
 British Speedway
 Elite League
 Premier League
 National League
 Speedway Grand Prix
 Speedway World Cup
 World Junior Speedway Championship
 American Speedway
 Australian Speedway
 Canadian Speedway
 Danish Speedway
 Eastern European Speedway
 German Speedway
 Hungarian/Austrian Speedway
 Italian Speedway
 New Zealand Speedway
 Norwegian Speedway
 Polish Speedway
 South African Speedway
 Swedish Speedway
 Speedway Books and Games
 Miscellaneous Speedway
 Grass Track Racing
 Long Track Racing
 Short Track Racing
 Ice Speedway
 Sidecar Speedway
 Cycle Speedway
 Flat Track Racing
 Dirt Track Racing
 Speedway Links
 Speedway Best Pairs
 Speedway European Championship
 About this site
 About Us
 Contact Us
 Privacy Policy

Cycle Speedway Last Updated: Feb 2nd, 2016 - 09:24:20

Cycle Speedway: Wadhams To Return For 2016.
By Admin
Feb 2, 2016, 09:23

Email this article
 Printer friendly page
Great Barr rider Marcus Wadhams is set to return to the sport after a year out of the saddle  to boost the Monarchs season in what is shaping up to be a busy one.

Wadhams missed the whole 2015 season due to work commitments but is determined to make the most of his undoubted talent in 2016.

The Birmingham Monarchs are back in the Elite League this season so the news of Wadhams making a comeback is a very welcome addition along with 5 other signings for the Elite team.

Newcomers include Polish duo Patryk Kriger and Szymon Kowalczyk. Kriger hails from Leszno whilst Kowalczyk is from Ostrow. Szymon certainly is highly rated having made the World Final in 2015 whilst Patryk is a former Under 19 World Champion.

Both will be commuting from their native Poland for matches and it is hoped they will be eligible for all Elite and Midland League fixtures, having signed on a first contract.

Another rider returning to the sport is Sheffield's Ryan Holland who also took a year out in 2015. He is another quality signing for the Monarchs.

East Park duo Jamie Ball and Jamie Wetton are also added and both rode for the Newport Elite side last year.

Fixtures have been released for the 2016 season and these can be found on the website

We face the toughest of starts to our EL campaign with a visit from reigning Champions Wednesfield to Perry Hall Park on the 3rd April whilst our Midland League starts with a visit to Coventry on the 20th March.

Work at the track and surroundings continue weekly with the away pits being upgraded whilst alterations are being made to the home pits area also with the hope of erecting icovering.

With the weather improving it is hoped in the coming weeks that training can re-start and once the clocks go forward we can begin our popular Thursday night training for the kids.


Top of Page

Cycle Speedway
More News
Cycle Speedway: Youthful Coventry Impress In Defeat.
Cycle Speedway: Successful Weekend For The Monarchs.
Cycle Speedway: Coventry Edge Home In Elite League Thiller.
Cycle Speedway: Season Opener Friendly Held By The Aces.
Cycle Speedway: Sassek Jets In For Elite League Opener.
Cycle Speedway: Coventry Ready For Elite League Return.
Cycle Speedway: Monarchs To Appeal Decision.
Cycle Speedway: Coventry Score Double Success Over Norwich.
Cycle Speedway: Coventry Open Season In Impressive Style.
Cycle Speedway: New Season Opens At Hearsall Common.
Cycle Speedway: Three More Sign as Coventry Complete Squad.
Cycle Speedway: The Angell of Lady Godiva City.
Cycle Speedway: Coventry Land `Northern Powerhouse` Trio.
Cycle Speedway: Coventry Sign World Champion.
Cycle Speedway: Wadhams To Return For 2016.
Cycle Speedway: Coventry Sign World Number Two.
Cycle Speedway: Youngster Dominates Awards Celebrations.
Cycle Speedway: Watson Signs as Coventry Build For Elite League.
Cycle Speedway: Monarchs Celebrate On Friday.
Cycle Speedway: Double Success As Coventry Start New Year In Style.