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Workington Comets v Berwick Bandits

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Border Trophy 2024

GT Tyres ArenaNorthside Speedway, Old Side, Workington, Cumbria, CA14 2JH

43 - 47
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Date Tapes Up Competition Season Additional Info
Sunday, March 31, 2024 3:00 pm Border Trophy 2024 Berwick win 103-77 on aggregate.

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BERWICK clinched the Border Trophy with a 47-43 win at Workington to go alongside their 22-point first leg victory.

The Bandits were successful in a last-heat decider in what proved to be a far closer contest at Northside, with Comets newcomers Antti Vuolas and Tate Zischke both impressing.

Vuolas scored 11 for the home side, including three race wins, but the Bandits’ top two of Rory Schlein (11+1) and Lewis Kerr (11) were both in form, with Kerr taking the flag in the decisive Heat 15 on the day.

Berwick manager Stewart Dickson said: “It’s a satisfying way to end what has by and large been a good weekend for us.

“Every rider has recorded at least one heat win over the 30 heats, and we had to dig deep at times against Workington.

“There’s also a few things to work on but we now go into the BSN Series with both momentum and confidence.”

BORDER TROPHY 2nd leg
WORKINGTON 43: Antti Vuolas 11, Claus Vissing 8, Craig Cook 7+1, Tate Zischke 7+1, Troy Batchelor 7, Sam McGurk 2, Celina Liebmann 1+1.
BERWICK 47: Rory Schlein 11+1, Lewis Kerr 11, Jye Etheridge 8, Danyon Hume 6+1, Freddy Hodder 4+1, Drew Kemp 4+1, Bastian Borke 3+2.
Berwick win 103-77 on aggregate.

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