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Berwick Bandits’ boss Jamie Courtney has confirmed that it will be business as usual in Bandit country for the 2020 Speedway season.

He intends to to enter the SGB Championship at the BSPA Annual General Meeting, and plans are well underway to assemble a side that will look to go one better than the last two seasons and clinch a place in the 2020 play-offs.

Courtney said: “We will be making our commitment to run in the SGB Championship once again and Jye Etheridge, Bandits’ Rider of the Year for three years running. will be back in Berwick colours for his fourth straight season.

“Leon Flint, will also be back racing for his home-town team and both riders are a massive part of the club.

“Jye has been amazing since joining us in 2017. Leon was a superstar in his debut season and we are all excited to witness his progress first hand here at Shielfield Park.

“Team building is going well and once we have confirmation on the official team building average from the AGM, myself and Gary will put the final parts of the jigsaw together.”

Jamie will continue his commitments at the helm with co-owner Scott Courtney assisting in the commercial department.

Gary Flint has confirmed his second term as team manager/promoter and Steven Dews will continue his role as co-promoter.