GLASGOW star Josh Grajczonek has made a successful return from long-term injury - and is hopeful of rejoining the Tigers next season.Australian youngster Grajczonek missed the second half of the campaign after breaking his thigh at Plymouth in June and had to watch on as the club lifted the Premier League title, but is now back on a bike in his home country.He said: "I have not yet committed in writing to where I will be racing next year, but let me just say I left Glasgow after the accident to head home with a general agreement that I have unfinished business at Ashfield."I hope things can be sorted soon for me to agree terms to race there. I also want to race in the Elite League and while it is still my long-term aim to ride there full-time, I am certain I am not yet ready to do that at the moment."


PETE Simmons will remain in charge of Ipswich next season as the Witches look to make a stronger bid for the Premier League title.The Foxhall club finished third in their first season back at that level, and enjoyed a major highlight in October with victory in the Premier League Fours at Leicester.Simmons said: "After lifting the Fours and coming so close to runners-up spot in the league we have to say it was a successful year, but our aim has to be to do even better next season."There is much work going on behind the scenes and if plans come together we should be in with a good chance of success. We are in a good position to move forward and team planning is at an advanced stage."

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