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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:32 pm

Bread and butter pudding.....delish
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:10 am

Plymouth Raiders 73 Glasgow Rocks 69

Fans would have been forgiven for assuming that  Raiders would have picked up no points from their last two fixtures, given their personnel problems.

Josh Wilcher quitting, Dante Williams suffering a season ending injury and Cory Dixon serving a one game suspension are all issues Daryl Corletto's men have had to contend with.

But Raiders have recorded two wins from two against Sheffield Sharks and Glasgow Rocks, both of whom occupy a place in the top five of the BBL standings.

Another great win keep it going
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:33 am

Plymouth Devils team for this season

Newman, Jack Holder, Todd Kurtz ,Czech Sam Simota,Stefan Nielsen and Ellis Perks


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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Mar 19, 2016 6:19 pm

Albion won 20-19 against blackheath. apparently it was a really good game, makes me wonder why i didnt go to that instead of that garbage at home park.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Mar 19, 2016 7:55 pm

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Albion won 20-19 against blackheath. apparently it was a really good game, makes me wonder why i didnt go to that instead of that garbage at home park.

Because you're an idiot?
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sun Mar 20, 2016 5:47 pm

Raiders beat Bristol for the first time since Bristol joined the league.

Raiders 91 Bristol 72
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sun Mar 20, 2016 6:43 pm

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Angry wrote:
Albion won 20-19 against blackheath. apparently it was a really good game, makes me wonder why i didnt go to that instead of that garbage at home park.

Because you're an idiot?

and you're a bellend Thumbs Thumbs
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Apr 16, 2016 8:22 pm

Well done Albion 25 - nil up coming home 28 - 24 but playing with 12 men


ANY thoughts that Plymouth Albion's season could take a nosedive after the tumultuous events of the last few weeks had been extinguished by around 4pm on Saturday.

Unfortunately by 4.35pm those fears were reignited as Albion had been reduced to 12 men – with three of their players in the bin – and Loughborough Students pushing hard to overturn what had at one stage been a 25-10 lead for Graham Dawe's men.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:22 pm

Fight back by Albion 32 to 21 down just after half time are now 33 to 32 up with 20mins to go. Graham Dawe is here watching.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:27 pm

another try for Albion
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:34 pm

39 - 40 now


Full time: Richmond 39-40 Albion
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Apr 30, 2016 5:01 pm

very good season for Albion first one in a while, shame the chuckle brothers almost spoilt it behind the scenes by firing dawe and acting like divas.

few players have already signed for other clubs but i hope the club can keep a good few more into staying.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sat Apr 30, 2016 5:35 pm

A good send off by the player for Dawe after today game



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Sacked coach Graham Dawe held aloft by Plymouth Albion players after thrilling win at Richmond
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sun Jul 24, 2016 7:27 pm

Brilliant Plymouth Devils land Premier League Fours trophy


Plymouth Devils were crowned Premier League Fours champions in dramatic style at Peterborough yesterday.

With the Devils and Workington tied on 27 points apiece, Brady Kurtz produced a sensational ride to go from fourth to first, and the Aussie heat leader stayed ahead of the field to take the flag and win the Devils some silverware.

The Devils quartet of Brady and Todd Kurtz, captain Kyle Newman and Jack Holder were in great form on Saturday, winning their semi-final in style.

Brady Kurtz and Holder led the way, scoring eight points each from their three rides, while Newman's three second places finishes saw him pick up six.

Todd Kurtz's erratic form continued – he scored only five points in the Devils' win against Redcar on Friday – as he collected just a solitary point.

However, Plymouth's accumulative score of 23 was five more than second-placed Sheffield, six more than third-placed Newcastle Diamonds and nine more than Redcar, for whom Lasse Bjerre was the only rider to score a nine-point maximum.

In the other semi-final, Somerset disappointed and finished third with 14 points. Workington and Glasgow both finished on 23 points, but the Comets proceeded to the final as they had accrued more race wins.

For the final itself, Brady Kurtz finished third in the opening heat for a point, but second place finishes for Todd, Newman and Holder saw them on seven points after the opening four rides.

Devils closed to within two points of Peterborough, who were riding on their home track, when Holder won a twice re-run heat eight and when the same man won heat nine, with Peterborough's Tom Perry last, the Devils held a one-point lead.

A second place for Jakobsen and a heat won for the imperious Craig Cook restored the Panthers' lead after 11 heats, but the ding-dong nature continued in heat 12 when Todd Kurtz was first to the line in a cracking race, beating Workington's Rasmus Jensen, and the Panthers' Ulrich Ostergaard trailing in third.

The Devils sensed victory and Holder won a sensational heat 13, storming between Ricky Wells (Workington) and the Panthers' Jakobsen, extending their lead to two points over Workington (22) and Peterborough (21). By this stage, Berwick were out of it with only 11 points on the board.

Jensen's first win of the night reduced that lead to a point as Newman trailed in second and with Todd Kurtz finishing third to first-placed Cook and Claus Vissing in the penultimate heat, it set things up for a last heat decider with Devils and Comets level on 27 points and Peterborough on 25.

Brady Kurtz gated poorly and found himself at the back, but a brilliant move off the second bend saw him pass Hansen and Kevin Doolan.

He stayed out in front to take the chequered flag and bring the Fours trophy to Plymouth for the first time in the club's history.

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sun Jul 24, 2016 8:14 pm

well done devils
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Sun Jul 24, 2016 8:40 pm

Well done the Devils
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Wed Jul 27, 2016 9:01 pm

You should watch this ride byJack Holder


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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth other sport teams   Thu Aug 18, 2016 4:22 pm

Raiders announce big sponsorship deal with Plessey


PLYMOUTH Raiders have announced that Plessey will be the team's major sponsor and partner in a newly signed three-year sponsorship agreement.

The Raiders will go into the 2016/17 season with a new head coach in Jonathan White, the return of player coach Daryl Corletto, Cory Dixon and Dylan Costelloe and a host of new names to the team.

"I'm delighted that Michael and his team at Plessey have come on board as our major sponsor for the next three years," said Chairman Bob Widdecombe.

"They're not just an organisation who will be supporting us with their financial contribution for getting their name and profile out there, they want to be actively involved in the team and help us develop the club for years to come.

"It's going to be a fantastic partnership and we're very fortunate to have developed such a wonderful relationship with Plessey over the last year.

"Plessey is a well-established company in Plymouth and we will do our best to give them the exposure and profile that a deal like this can bring."

Michael LeGoff, the CEO of Plessey, said: "Raiders bring to the region premiership quality sport in a format that is highly enjoyable for the entire family.

"We have been impressed with our involvement in the club this past season and feel privileged to be the main sponsor for the next three seasons.

"We are also looking forward to supporting some of the very exciting plans for the team and the league including additional broadcasting on the BBC and expansion into other markets."
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