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Dream Team : Norman Clark

Rob Grant and Wayne Brown relax between races

Wayne Brown
When he first arrived was just a struggling reserve then all of a sudden everything took off - winning the NLRC was the icing on the cake.

Steve McDermott
Brilliant rider who also won the NLRC. Served Berwick well but was unlucky with injuries. Received a well deserved testimonial.

Jimmy Nilsen
Joined Berwick for their 1st Division rollercoaster season, brilliant around Berrington Lough.

Graham Jones
Made the trip from Lowestoft year after year for home meetings, started off as a second string before becoming No 1 Rider. Also received a well deserved testimonial.

Rob Grant
Another testimonial man, never a dull moment when Granty was on track. Still involved with the Junior Team.

Mark Courtney
One of the most stylish riders to ride for Berwick where his form seemed to take off again. Was the hero of the Cup-Final against Poole when, despite being badly injured the previous weekend, he scored double figures at Wimborne Road.

Mike Fullerton
Fast Gating New Zealander who joined Berwick in 1978 as an Inter Continental Finalist. Fullo was a big favourite with the fans both on & off the track.

 

This article was first published on 24th May 2005

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