SPEEDWAY News

(SPEEDWAY 1)POPULAR Australian ace Ty Proctor is the latest rider to be included inWolverhampton's Elite League side for next season.Proctor, 24, joins Tai Woffinden and Nicolai Klindt as confirmed startersand the club are in talks with Grand Prix star Freddie Lindgren.Said Proctor: "I always wanted to be back at Wolverhampton because it's sucha good club. Last season worked out well in the end and I just want to startthe 2012 season the way I rode in the second half of this year."The club stayed loyal to me when it looked like I was going to be on thenext plane back to Australia because things just weren't working out for me,but it came good in the end and I'm really pleased to be back."(SPEEDWAY 2)BERWICK captain Lee Complin and No.1 Sebastian Alden have both been named asconfirmed starters for the Bandits next season.The club have also announced two more members of their 2012 line-up withAlden's fellow Swede Alex Edberg and popular Australian Kozza Smith alsoreturning to Shielfield Park.Team boss Ian Rae said: "The great thing about getting this quartet fixed upis that we have Seb at the top of our averages and therefore starting asNo.1."Kozza and Lee are ready, willing and certainly able to improve on theirsolid scoring of last year, and as Alex will almost certainly start as areserve it is now a case of carefully slotting the remaining three riders inand around them. These are early days, but I'm pretty happy with what we'vegot so far."(SPEEDWAY 3)GLASGOW have added a second Australian newcomer to their 2012 team with thesigning of 18-year-old Jayden O'Malley.The Tigers had already announced the arrival of Mason Campton for theirPremier League title defence, with the highly experienced duo of Joe Screenand James Grieves installed at the top of their line-up.Co-promoter Stewart Dickson said: "We have a very strong relationship withthe Aussies and we are always looking to keep that production line flowing.As a consequence of this we are able to continue a fruitful strategy interms of adding to the asset base, something that this club has to do on aregular basis to ensure its survival. "In a perfect world we would introduce one a season, but sometimes two comealong at once that we are very keen on and you have to move there and then."