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PostSubject: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptyThu Sep 17, 2015 6:13 am

Congratulations and good luck to Plymouth Devils in their ride off in October.

Hope that Plymouth Raider's have a good season which starts this Saturday against London (1930)
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptyThu Sep 17, 2015 7:00 am

... and Albion can bounce straight back up.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptyThu Sep 17, 2015 9:13 am

green_genie wrote:
... and Albion can bounce straight back up.


I hope so,
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptySun Sep 20, 2015 7:06 am

Bad weekend for our Plymouth teams,
Albion carried on losing and Raider's failed in their first tip off of the season at the Pavilions last night.

Hull Ionians 25 Plymouth Albion 21

Raiders 69 London Lions 79
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptySun Sep 20, 2015 10:10 am

Whats happening with Devils how they shaping up
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptySun Sep 20, 2015 11:10 am

RegGreen wrote:
Whats happening with Devils how they shaping up

In the last eight, which is the quarter finals, it's a home away to Glasgow 2nd - 5th October? If they wins they then rides against Somerset in the semi's.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptySun Sep 20, 2015 12:06 pm

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This is a very good site for all local sports news including Albion, Raiders and Devils.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptyTue Sep 29, 2015 2:10 pm

come on tgwu where are the updates from last week!!! Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptyTue Sep 29, 2015 3:21 pm

Albion 31 Fylde 24

PLYMOUTH Albion ended a two-game losing streak with a gutsy 31-24 win over Fylde, but some of their supporters went home with suspected heart failure.


Manchester 95 Raiders 89

THE FOURTH quarter once again proved to be the thorn in the side of Plymouth University Raiders, as they fell to a 95-89 defeat to Manchester Giants.

The noticeable difference between the two sides is the size of the roster, with Raiders using eight players compared to Giants’ 12.


Devil's quarter final 1st leg take place this Fridayjj
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PLYMOUTH Devils won the first leg of their Premier League play-offs quarter-final against Glasgow Tigers – but not by enough to give them anything like the commanding lead they wanted going into the second leg in Scotland on Sunday.

Devils’ two-point aggregate lead from their 46-44 win over the Tigers at the St Boniface Arena will be overturned if Glasgow win by just three points at home



Plymouth Albion’s away to Coventry this weekend


Plymouth Raiders Home on Sunday at 1600hrs to Newcastle Eagles
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptyMon Oct 05, 2015 2:52 pm

I'll keep this ticking over for you TGWU till you return.

Plymouth Devils lost 56-34 in the second leg knocking them out of the playoffs which was the first time in their 10 year history that the club reached such a feet so well one Devils on the good season.

Plymouth Raiders lost 89-95 Away to Manchester Giants

Plymouth Albion lost 26-19 Away to Coventry taking them to 2 wins and 3 defeats so far this seasonn.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptySat Oct 10, 2015 4:54 pm

Albion lost to Esher 12-38 i think its safe to concluded that Albion wont be making a return to the championship anytime soon certainly not this season.
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Plymouth Raiders 93 Newcastle Eagles 99:

the deluded jay marriott will no doubt at some point watch the office to come up with a quote to sum up this result.
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BLAYDON 33 PLYMOUTH ALBION 38
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Plymouth Raiders 77 Bristol Flyers 88
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Raiders still losing

Surrey 91 v Raiders 86
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Plymouth other sport teams EmptyTue Oct 27, 2015 10:38 am

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KYLE NEWMAN is set on trying to go one better than Plymouth Devils’ best-ever season next year.

Great Britain international Newman, who skippered the city speedway side to their first-ever Premier League play-offs appearance last season, believes the Devils can be winners if they can keep the core of the team from their 2015 campaign.

Newman has just inked a new deal with Plymouth, which will see the side embark on its fifth Premier campaign in 2016.

The Devils’ skipper admitted he had thought about moving on after being part of Plymouth’s most successful season ever.

But Newman said: “I thought why would I want to move and upset things when I felt so relaxed and settled at the club?

“I definitely knew I wanted to come back and I knew the club wanted me back, which was a nice feeling.

“In fact, Lee (Trigger, Devils’ team manager), had asked me with a few meetings to go if I wanted to return, so it was all sorted out very easily.”

Newman said he felt the Devils could have won the play-offs, never mind appearing in the competition for the first time, had they been at full strength.

But Aussie ace Todd Kurtz was injured soon before the first leg of Plymouth’s quarter-final with Glasgow.

To make matters worse, American number one Ryan Fisher quit the Devils on the eve of the meeting with their Scottish rivals.

While there was nothing to be done about Kurtz, who had hurt himself in action for the Devils, the decision of Fisher to fly home because of family concerns at precisely the wrong moment for Plymouth disappointed Newman.

“I thought he was part of the team, when clearly he wasn’t,” said Newman.

“We were very disappointed, but – and there’s no other way to put it – we were let down.”

He added: “I felt we had a team capable of winning the play-offs. Other teams were scared of us, because we were winning all the time and we were so optimistic going into it (the play-offs).

“We saw how strong we were at the end of last season and you have to think how strong we might have been if we had Todd and Ryan.

“But it’s no use dwelling on what’s gone now – and, don’t get me wrong, it was a fantastic achievement to get to the play-offs at all.

“We have got to look back on it and think that it was a hell of a year.

“We started sluggish, but we got stronger and hopefully next year, if we keep the basis of this year’s side, we can start how we finished.

“Getting to the play-offs again is a must next season. The fact that we got there last season was nice, but next year, we have to do it and we should have a good cup run as well.

“It would be good to win a piece of silverware with the Devils

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Aussie ace Kurtz to rejoin Plymouth Devils

AUSSIE ace Todd Kurtz is to rejoin city speedway side Plymouth Devils next season, team manager Lee Trigger has revealed.

The 23-year-old, one of the stand-out riders of Devils’ Premier League campaign last season, agreed to re-sign for Plymouth in the early hours of Thursday morning, said Trigger.

Kurtz was practically picked up off the streets by Trigger after the Australian was unable to find a club last season.

He had spent a year – 2014 – with Devils’ Westcountry rivals Somerset Rebels before he found himself without a club at the beginning of this year.

Kurtz was a major force in getting the Devils to their first-ever Premier League play-offs appearance, but then suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Without Kurtz, Devils lost their play-offs quarterfinals against Glasgow over two legs.
Trigger said: “It’s a done deal – we’ve managed to secure Todd’s services for next season.

“Todd joined us last season – I had to sacrifice Ashley Morris to get him into the team, which shows how much I wanted him.

“He was a massive loss to us in last season’s play-offs.

“Now he’s going to be riding in Australia over the winter and getting back to full fitness – he’ll be raring to go when he comes back to us next year.”

Kurtz is the second significant signing Trigger has made for next year’s team.

Skipper Kyle Newman has agreed to return for 2016 and Trigger is still in talks with members of last season’s team.

Those include teenaged sensation Jack Holder, brother of former world champion Chris.

Holder, who is showing every sign of following in his brother’s footsteps, was another key element in Plymouth’s line-up as they snatched the final play-offs spot from under the noses of old enemies Ipswich Witches.

Trigger said he is still working on the other five components needed for next year’s team.

He said Holder was a priority, as well as signing a number one rider to lead Devils’ attack.

Trigger said: “It’s slow work and sometimes frustrating, but I’m confident we will have a team which is competitive for next season.

“There are riders out there – I’m going through a list at the moment – and it’s a case of getting permission to talk to them from their parent club, asking them if they are interested in coming to us, then offering them a deal.”

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Plymouth Raiders terminate contracts of two players over 'serious off-court issues'

PLYMOUTH University Raiders last night terminated the contracts of two players over what they claimed was ‘serious off court issues’.

BJ Anthony and Richie Edwards did not travel with the squad to Leeds yesterday having had their deals terminated by the club over an as-yet-unknown incident.

The club released a statement which claimed they had ‘been forced’ into taking the decision to cut the players from their roster – one of whom has been with Raiders for less than a month.

Richie Edwards had only signed for Raiders on October 9 as a replacement for Bennie Lewis.
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BJ Anthony was a summer signing by former head coach Jay Marriott.

Raiders chief executive Dave Briggs explained: “The players have had their contracts terminated because of flagrant disregard for club rules, and for serious off court issues.”

“Daryl has come in as head coach and instilled a new culture and a new set of values that we expect the players to be a big part of.

“Unfortunately, Richie and BJ have not only let Daryl down with their behaviour, but also the rest of the team, the sponsors and the fans of the club.

“We have been forced into taking this decision.”

Before last night’s clash at Leeds Force, head coach Corletto claimed the players had ‘let themselves down’ which was why they had been sacked.

‘New values’

He said: “We are treating this situation very seriously.

“The new values that we are implementing across the club are not just there as something meaningless on paper.

“These are about respect, accountability, hard work and honesty.

“If you don’t buy into these values then it’s very simple, you will no longer be a Plymouth Raiders player.

“The other players have all bought into this but unfortunately, BJ and Richie have let themselves down.”

The players themselves were not available for immediate comment to be able to refute the allegations.

The statement finished: “The Raiders are currently talking with players and will have replacements in place by early next week.”
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Plymouth Albion stick with winning formula for Henley clash

PLYMOUTH Albion supremo Graham Dawe has stuck with a winning formula for his side’s National One clash at Henley Hawks on Saturday.

Albion field the side which won 33-38 at Blaydon and 27-15 against Cinderford at home in their last two league matches.

Those two results halted Albion’s gradual slide towards the base of National One and pushed them up to eighth.

The only change for Saturday's match at Dry Leas is that Royal Marine Jarrad Hayler makes the replacements’ bench


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Plymouth Albion's five-try blitz gives them comfortable win at Henley

HENLEY HAWKS 3 PLYMOUTH ALBION 36

A FIRST-HALF five-try blitz helped Plymouth Albion condemn struggling Henley to their fifth defeat of the season in National One yesterday.

In a clinical opening half, Albion opened the scoring in the second minute when a break by centre Marc Koteczky allowed Billy Searle to cross with little challenge from the Henley defence. Putt converted.

With the Hawks asleep following a kick to touch, a quick line out led to Cameron Thompson the space to feed Tom Bedford for the visitor's second try.
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 Plymouth did the basics well, kicking for territory when needed and they were clinical in their execution when Henley made mistakes.

Hooker James Penman and the second row pairing of Dan Collier and Sam Holmes led the exchanges for Albion with some strong charges and committed defence.

Henley had enough possession early on but were slow in comparison, predictable and unable to make any significant inroads into the Albion defence but they did get on the scoreboard with James Comben penalty.

However, the home side failed to deal with the restart and completely allowed winger Ethan Ford to catch the kick off and run forty metres unopposed for a try. Tom Putt converted.

Putt added to his own tally three minutes later by collecting the bonus point try following good work from Koteczky and Bedford.

The Albion began to totally dominate the set pieces; particularly the scrum, pushing Henley back at will on a number of occasions.

Searle added a fifth try after a turnover from Collier, again with a simple run in. Putt again converted.

The Hawks the enjoyed some possession just before the break but lacked the cutting edge to pose Plymouth any real problems.

The second half was a much more scrappy affair.

The Hawks again pressed with Tom Hall and Tom West excelling. Ed Church was stopped just short after Lloyd Owen broke clear.

Whatever Henley tried, the Plymouth defence was more than a match for it and with No. 8 Tom Stupple and skipper Jake Murphy outstanding, the visitors in the end eased their way to a more than comfortable victory.

Tom Putt finished things off with the only score of the half, a penalty to take his personal tally to 16 points.

Scorers: Tries: Searle 3, 32 Bedford 6, Ford 12, Putt 16

Conversions: Putt 3, 12, 16, 32.

Penalties: Putt 70

Yellow Card: Dawe 73 (Albion)

Attendance: 375
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Plymouth Raiders defeat Glasgow Rocks for first win of season

PLYMOUTH University Raiders looked adversity directly in the face and showed what they were made of as they triumphed at home to Glasgow Rocks. The nail-biting game showed that there was plenty of backbone to the team, who have received plenty of stick for their poor start to the season.

The win against their Scottish counterparts was the first Raiders have produced this season, and was the perfect tonic to what has been an incredibly hectic couple of weeks.

Before the game, everything was pointing to a Glasgow victory and while they came close, despite trailing for the majority of the game, Raiders showed plenty of character and perhaps had a bit of deserved luck to claim the two points.

The home side looked like a team for the first time this season, and seemed to find that extra 10 per cent that had been missing in previous weeks.

It looked as if the players knew they had a point to prove, and prove it they did.

Michael Vigor had his best game in a Raiders kit, registering a double-double, with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Vigor has often landed himself in foul trouble with the officials, but seems to have got to grips with the way the BBL is played.

Dante Williams also looked the sharpest he has been since pre-season, where he showed just how good of a player he could be.

The American rookie pleased boss Daryl Corletto by not only scoring 16 points but with his desire to claim defensive rebounds.

Corletto and Josh Wilcher were just as reliable as ever and mixed with the physical presence of Auryn MacMillan, the team played well.

The dismissal of BJ Anthony and Richie Edwards last week meant that Raiders had a pretty thin side.

Each player therefore had no choice but to put in a good shift if Raiders were to have any chance of securing the much needed win.

The game went all the way to the wire and with Raiders leading 76-75 thanks to a three-point shot from Corletto, Glasgow had an opportunity to take the lead with just seconds left.

It was Gillis who had the chance to break Raiders hearts with a two point attempt.

His shot, which seemed to go in slow-motion, missed and to the relief of Raiders fell into the arms of Vigor.

The final buzzer sounded and everybody jumped to their feet as Raiders secured their first win of the season.

The match proved to be a fantastic spectacle and could kick-start Raiders season.

It was MacMillan, Williams, Vigor, Wilcher and Corletto who made up the starting five, with the younger players taking their places on the bench.

Glasgow who got possession from the tip-off and when Riley Grabau failed with a three-point shot, Raiders had their chance to put the first points on the board.

Grabau fouled Wilcher which led to the standard two free-throws, of which the 24-year-old finished one.

Marcus Ware quickly went up the other end adding two points as the first quarter continued to be pretty even.

Vigor, MacMillan and Williams all added points for the home side, who continued to impress with their quick passing in the first period.

Each time Raiders went ahead Glasgow pulled back until halfway through the first quarter when the home side began to pull away.

Williams added three points for Raiders to put them 12-9 up before adding another two points following a terrific pass from MacMillan.

Williams had an extra reason to impress as his mother and sister had flown over from the United States to watch him play.

MacMillan and Corletto added points before Williams continued his purple patch by adding another two points from under the basket.

It was not quite that straightforward, however, as Williams’ basket was the fourth attempt.

MacMillan, who was defending fantastically, finished the quarter with two points giving Raiders a 23-16 lead.

The second quarter got off to the perfect start when Corletto added three to give Raiders a 10-point lead over Glasgow.

The home side continued to rack up the points, and registered their biggest lead of the day when Williams added his second three point shot of the day to put Raiders 38-24 to the good. Gillis was proving a tricky customer for Raiders and continued to make his presence known on court.

That being said, in the first half Raiders produced some of the best defence of the season to date, which is an encouraging sign.

Grabau sunk a three-point shot at the end of the first half to leave the score at 47-39.

Glasgow slowly clawed their way back into the game in the third quarter, with the Raiders defence not quite as solid as before the break.

Grabau added two midway through to reduce the deficit to just two points.

Many times in the past Raiders have crumbled and surrendered a good lead, but they battled hard against Glasgow and the fans could see the desire to win was there.

MacMillan finished a two-point attempt following great passing play from Williams before Glasgow quickly add six points of their own to take the lead for the first time since the opening quarter.

Raiders called a time-out and whatever was said worked and the home side finished the quarter 67-62 up as Vigor added two to extend the lead.

The final quarter was not one for the faint-hearted, as it looked very much as if all of the hard work put in by Raiders would come to nothing.

However, they held on to claim their first win of the season, much to the relief of everyone connected to the club.

Make no mistake, there is still a lot of hard work to be done but at least fans could go home with a smile
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Bad result for Albion, BLACKHEATH 34 PLYMOUTH ALBION 3

Good result for the Raiders, Worcester Wolves 91 Plymouth Raiders 101
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Plymouth Raiders down Cheshire Phoenix to record back to back wins

PLYMOUTH Raiders are homing in on a BBL play-offs spot after downing Cheshire Phoenix 86-80 in their own back yard.

The win gave Raiders their first back to back victories this season and means they have won three matches from their last four under new head coach, Australian Corletto.

Raiders put in an astonishing first half against Cheshire, who went into the game on the back of three straight wins.

The Plymouth side, by contrast, were looking to put together their first back to back wins following their impressive 101-91 win at Worcester Wolves.



PLYMOUTH Albion ended their mini losing streak with a convincing, if not always impressive, 18-13 win over Ampthill at Brickfields.




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