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Ipswich Witches star Rory Schlein says there is no reason the Foxhall side can’t take that extra step to glory in 2018.
Ipswich Witches have completed their team building for the 2018 Championship season, subject to BSPA approval, after announcing all seven riders.
The Witches 2018... And few changes to the 2017 line-up. MIKE BACON casts his eye – as to why!
Is speedway going in the right direction? MIKE BACON takes a look at the sport after the recent promoters’ AGM
Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis has said there will be no ‘ripping it up and starting again’ attitude to team changes for the Foxhall side in 2018.
British Speedway’s top two leagues have agreed set race days in a bid to cut out fixture clashes and allow greater rider availability.
It proved to be a season of excitement but ultimate heartache for Ipswich Witches and their fans. MIKE BACON takes a look – at the team that never was!
Ipswich Witches 45 Peterborough Panthers 45 Agg: 88-92
So, here we, the final meeting of the 2017 season upon us and my final column of the year as well.
Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis says his riders ‘don’t need me to say anything’, as they go in search of KO Cup glory at Foxhall Stadium tonight, 7.30pm.
Ipswich ‘Tru7.com’ Witches bring the 2017 season to a close with the deciding leg of the Knockout Cup final at Foxhall against local rivals Peterborough on Thursday (7.30pm), writes Henry Chard.
Scott Nicholls will be riding FOR Ipswich Witches in Thursday night’s knock-out cup final, second leg, against Peterborough, at Foxhall Stadium.
Peterborough Panthers 47 Ipswich Witches 43
The ‘Tru7.com’ Ipswich Witches face local rivals Peterborough Panthers in the Knockout Cup final with the first leg at the East of England Arena & Events Centre this afternoon (5.00pm).
What a hectic few weeks it has been and how untimely for me to start feeling under the weather.
Ipswich Witches’ clash with Peterborough or Glasgow in the KO Cup final at Foxhall Stadium on Thursday night has been postponed.
Ipswich Witches captain Danny King scored six points at the Riders’ Individual Championship at Glasgow on Saturday, which was not enough to progress to the semi-final, writes Henry Chard.
Ipswich Witches 55 Sheffield Tigers 35
KO Cup semi-final first leg
Sheffield Tigers 51
Ipswich Witches 39
The Ipswich Witches will have to overcome a 12-point deficit tomorrow night if they are to reach the Championship KO Cup Final, writes Steve Waller.
The Ipswich Witches lock horns with Sheffield Tigers once again as they pair meet in the Knockout Cup semi-final first leg at Owlerton tomorrow (7.30pm).
Ipswich Witches boss Ritchie Hawkins has called upon former Foxhall favourite Ben Barker for the first leg of the Championship Knockout Cup semi-final with Sheffield Tigers after Rory Schlein was ruled out for the season.
Danny King column: I’m recalling my Polish engines... Could Witches meet Peterborough in a cup final?
Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis has not ruled out the club making the step up into the Premiership in 2018.
Ipswich Witches Aussie star Cameron Heeps says it was through no lack of effort on his team’s part that they didn’t lift the Championship trophy at Foxhall on Saturday night.
Ipswich Witches 44 Sheffield Tigers 46 Agg: 81-99
Former Ipswich Witches star Scott Nicholls will be the guest replacement for Sheffield Tigers in the Championship play-off final, second leg, at Foxhall Heath tomorrow night, 7.30pm.
All roads lead to Foxhall Stadium tomorrow night as Ipswich Witches look to turn over a 16-point deficit against Sheffield Tigers in the Championship play-off final, second leg, start time 7.30pm.
Sheffield Tigers 53 Ipswich Witches 37
Ipswich Witches travel to Sheffield tomorrow night in the Championship play-off final, first leg.
Ipswich Witches team boss Ritchie Hawkins says there is no doubt over Cameron Heeps’ fitness.
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