Division 1. East London 116 - 49 Great Blakenham
East London ended the season on a high, taking full advantage of a weakened but spirited Great Blakenham side. With the visitors bringing only four riders down the A12, the hosts were guaranteed a well-deserved victory. However, due to the sterling efforts of Jonjo Slaughter, only Nicky Gunkel went home with maximum points. Slaughter and his team mates made sure that East London had to work hard for every point, none more so than Max Renna who opted to take the long way round in most of his rides - but it seemed to work as he scored a hatful of points from the back. But with everyone contributing, the home side at last had something to cheer about.
Nicky Gunkel 21+3, Max Renna 21+1, Les Stevens 20+1, Dave Hughes 19+2, Neil Lester 18+4, Richard Austen 18+4.
Division 2. East London 78 - 40 Great Blakenham
The Division two fixture saw more of the same, with the visitors battling bravely against the odds but with the final outcome never in doubt. Gunkel again was unbeaten and it was a joy to see old campaigners Dave Hughes and Kevin Smith putting years of experience and track craft to good use. It made a refreshing change for East London to have the upper hand after another sometimes difficult season, but the club can put up the shutters on 2015 with a couple of victories and a sense of achievement after having flown cycle speedway's flag in the capital for another year.
Kevin Smith 17, Gunkel 14+2, Renna 13+1, Stevens 12+2, Hughes 11+1, Sid Stanley 7, Lester 4+1.
Division 1 Ipswich 110 - 70 East London
Once again East London traveled to a meeting knowing that the usual suspects would be missing and standing no chance of causing an upset in today's match against the league leaders.
But the six who arrived put in a spirited performance causing a couple of upsets in the races
Sid, Max and Dave putting in some solid rides causing trouble for the young Ipswich side.
But the match never looking in doubt from the get go when Richard was forced onto the curb at the start and slipped in the wet conditions giving Ipswich a 7-3.
Then on the match never looked in doubt, As Ipswich's younger and stronger side kept pulling out the lead consistently over the match with the usual thrills and spills from the Londoners helping Ipswich's side to romp home by 40 points.
M. Renna 10, R. Austen 16+1, K. Smith 8, D. Hughes 10+2, S. Stanley 11, N. Gunkel 15+1
Division 2 Ipswich 77 - 48 East London
When the division 2 meeting started the Londoners knew full well it was going to be hard work with the team putting in a hard shift from the division 1 match and having a restricted rider leaving the team with 5 riders.
The match again never looked in doubt with fresh legs arriving for the Ipswich division 2 squad, They looked to have the match easily covered able to bring in stronger riders if required.
The start of the match got off to a messy start with Dave Hughes getting caught up with the Ipswich youngsters taking 2 falls in a race that needed to be re-run 3 times.
The racing was more competitive and close just with the Ipswich side coming out on top in 90% of the races, with London riders getting caught out by tired minds leading to a couple of touched wheels and leaving gaps.
D. Hughes 10+1, M. Renna 9, S. Stanley 6, K. Smith 7, N. Gunkel 16