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Isle of Wight Warriors

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Isle of Wight Warriors (formerly Islanders)
Club information
Track addressSmallbrook Stadium
Ashey Road
Ryde
Isle of Wight PO33 4BH
CountryEngland
Founded1996, 2016 (re-founded)
Team managerJackie Vatcher
Team captainBen Morley
LeagueNational League
Websitewww.wightwarriors.co
Club facts
ColoursBlue and Yellow
Track size385 metres (421 yd)
Track record time66.1 secs
Track record date13 April 2017
Track record holderStefan Nielsen
Major team honours
Premier League KO Cup2003
Premier League Pairs2002, 2007
Premier League Fours Champions2007
Young Shield Winners1998, 2001[1]
National Trophy2013[1]

The Isle of Wight Wightlink Warriors (formerly Islanders) are a British speedway team. They last competed in the 2019 National Development League and ride their home meetings at the Smallbrook Stadium.[2]

History

Isle of Wight speedway began at the Smallbrook Stadium in the 1996 Speedway Conference League. The team known as the Ryde Wight Wizards finished 4th in the table.[3] The following season they entered two teams for the league seasons; the Isle of Wight Warriors competed in the Premier League (division 2) and the Wizards became the junior team competing in the Conference League.[4]

The Islanders continued to participate in the Premier League until 2009. They won the Premier League Pairs Championship in 2007 when Chris Holder and Jason Bunyan beat Glasgow in the final. They also won the Premier League Four-Team Championship at Peterborough in 2007 with a team of Chris Holder, Jason Bunyan, Krzysztof Stojanowski, Glen Phillips and Cory Gathercole defeating King's Lynn, Somerset and Rye House in the final.

In 2010, they joined the third division and after a break of two years (2014 and 2015), the club reformed in 2016 under the promotion of Barry Bishop and Martin Widman and ran until the cancelled 2020 season. In 2021, the club announced they would not be competing during the year.[5]

Notable Riders

Season summary

Extended content
Year and league Position Notes
1996 Speedway Conference League 4th Ryde Wight Wizards
1997 Premier League speedway season 8th
1997 Speedway Conference League 3rd Ryde Wight Wizards
1998 Premier League speedway season 6th
1999 Premier League speedway season 8th
2000 Premier League speedway season 11th
2001 Premier League speedway season 4th
2002 Premier League speedway season 3rd
2003 Premier League speedway season 3rd
2004 Premier League speedway season 5th
2005 Premier League speedway season 6th
2006 Premier League speedway season 8th
2007 Premier League speedway season 5th
2008 Premier League speedway season 11th
2009 National League speedway season 5th
2010 National League speedway season 7th
2011 National League speedway season 9th
2012 National League speedway season 3rd
2013 National League speedway season 4th
2016 National League speedway season 8th
2017 National League speedway season 11th
2018 National League speedway season 8th first season as Warriors
2019 National Development League speedway season 6th

Riders previous seasons

Extended content

2020 team

  • England Ben Morley
  • England Connor Coles
  • England Tom Woolley
  • England Scott Campos
  • England Chad Wirtzfeld
  • England Connor King
  • England Macauley Leek

2019 team

2016 team

2013 team

2012 team

Also Rode

  • United Kingdom Mark Baseby
  • United Kingdom Ross Walter
  • United Kingdom Steven Jones
  • United Kingdom Nick Simmons
  • United Kingdom Marc Owen
  • United Kingdom Rikki Mullins

2011 team

  • United Kingdom Paul Starke
  • United Kingdom Rob Smith
  • United Kingdom Lee Smethills
  • United Kingdom Brendan Johnson
  • United Kingdom Nick Simmons
  • United Kingdom Tom Hill
  • United Kingdom John Rech

2009 team

  • United Kingdom Tom Brown
  • United Kingdom Ben Hopwood
  • United Kingdom Chris Johnson
  • United Kingdom Brendan Johnson
  • United Kingdom Nick Simmons
  • United Kingdom Scott Meakins
  • United Kingdom Tom Hill

2008 team

References

  1. ^ a b Oakes, P (2006). Speedway Star Almanac. Pinegen Ltd. ISBN 0-9552376-1-0.
  2. ^ Bamford, R & Jarvis, J.(2001). Homes of British Speedway. ISBN 0-7524-2210-3
  3. ^ "Year by Year". Speedway Researcher. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
  4. ^ "BRITISH LEAGUE TABLES - MODERN ERA (1991-PRESENT)". Official British Speedway website. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
  5. ^ "Warriors withdraw from National League". Warriors Speedway. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
This page was last edited on 19 December 2021, at 11:45
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