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NEED FOR SPEED: Anders Rowe

Speedway: British success for top prospect Rowe

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LAST OUTING: Weymouth Wildcats, from left: Tim Allan (team manager), Jay Herne, Brendan Johnson, Richard Andrews and Danny Stoneman

SPEEDWAY: Wildcats' fans still hopeful of finding new home

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Pirates suffer rare home reverse

NO-GO: Weymouth Wildcats, from left: Tim Allan (team manager), Jay Herne, Brendan Johnson, Richard Andrews and Danny Stoneman at the club’s last outing

Land blow for Wildcats

STAR MAN: Tim Webster scored a 15-point maximum at Plymouth

Tim is maximum man for winning Wildcats

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Wildcats triumph at Plymouth

FORMER SKIPPER: David Mason

Wildcats flying with Falcons

BACK FOR WEYMOUTH: Tim Webster

Cats back on track at Plymouth

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APPLICATION: The former  Wessex Raceway

Opposition to plans at former raceway

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CLOSED DOWN: The Wessex Raceway

Battey in offer to find land for Wildcats

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END OF THE LINE: The Wessex Raceway is dug up

Last nail in Cats' coffin as track is dug up

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REUNITED: Weymouth Wildcats officials and former riders, from left to right: Nick White, Alex McLeod, Harold Doonan, Terry Day, Kyle Newman, Buzz Burrows and Jem Dicken

A bitter sweet reunion for Wildcats

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WEYMOUTH RETURN: Ex-skipper David Mason

Mason determined to see Cats return

ON TRACK: Weymouth Wildcats and Exeter Falcons line up

Allan eyes more challenges for Cats

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TRACK LEGEND: Neil Street

Jem leads tribute to Cats' guru Neil

SKIPPER: Brendan Johnson

Weymouth Wildcats on track in Somerset

ORGANISER: Jem Dicken

End of an era party for Wildcats

LAST-HEAT DECIDER: Tim Webster (yellow), Karl Mason (white), Jay Herne (blue) and Seemond Stephens (red) in the Tony Sanford Memorial meet at Plymouth

Cats' return will not be a one-off

TOP CATS: Pictured are, from left: Tim Allan (team manager), Jay Herne, Brendan Johnson, Richard Andrews and  Danny Stoneman

Wildcats back on track

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ON TRACK FOR CATS: Karl Mason

Revved up for Weymouth Wildcats

BACK IN WEYMOUTH COLOURS: Jay Herne

Wildcats back to honour Sanford

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LED THE TRIBUTES: Matt Ford

Shock after ex-Pirate found dead

UP FOR THE FIGHT: Oliver Letwin

Letwin to fight on land use

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STILL HOPE: Local MPs are putting their weight behind saving the Wildcats

Politicians get behind Cats

No change from Wessex over speedway track

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CONCEDED DEFEAT: Harold Doonan

Doonan gives up the fight

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LOOKING FOR LAND: Harold Doonan

New home search for Wildcats

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LETTER SENT: Harold Doonan

Council and WDP blow for Cats

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UPPING THE FIGHT: Harold Doonan

Doonan to take fight to Sindall

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SAVE OUR SPEEDWAY: Speedway fans with Harold Doonan, front centre

Cats roared on

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GUTTED: Terry Day

Start talking, pleads Day

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RESCUE BID: Harold Doonan is staging a Save Our Speedway meeting on Saturday

Harold's SOS for Wildcats

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STILL HOPEFUL: Harold Doonan

Doonan: We’ve done everything to save Wildcats

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OUT OF LEAGUE: The Wildcats will not be running a National League side this season

National no-go for Wildcats

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Wildcats head for extinction

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NO PROGRESS: Weymouth Wildcats' future is still up in the air as talks stall

Make a decision on Wildcats

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AWAITING A DECISION: Harold Doonan

Wildcats’ future still unresolved

LIFELINE FOR CATS? Craig Robinson is set to hold talks with Malcolm Curtis tomorrow

Meeting is on track

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Cats’ future is hanging by a thread

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POSSIBLE LIFELINE: Harold Doonan hopes to keep speedway alive

Wildcats saved?

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RESPONSE: Phil Bartlett

Cats' chief hits back in pay row

HAPPIER TIMES: James Cockle with Phil Bartlett

Cockle's blast at Bartlett

LOCK-OUT: The Wessex Raceway

Cats run out of lives

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NUMBER ONE: James Cockle receives the Dorset Echo Rider of the Year from Phil Bartlett

Cockle crowned

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National League to stay, says Cats’ boss

CHAMPION: Lee Smart

Ex-Cat Smart takes riders' title

Bartlett closing in on deal

SWANSONG: Tom Brown

Tributes paid as Brown bows out

TOP THREE: Gary Cottham, centre, with the winner’s trophy, Richard Andrews, second, right, and third, James Cockle, left

Cottham's prize

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Wildcats' sale price drops to £1

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