THE head coach of West Fife’s cycle speedway side is hoping a large turnout can roar their riders to title glory.

Craig Masson’s Fife Revolutions, who are based at Queen Anne High School, need just one point from their final two matches of the British Cycling North and Scotland Division Two season to be crowned champions on Sunday.

In just their second competitive season, the team – who finished third last year – go into the double-header at home to current title-holders Astley and Tyldesley and 2016 winners Bury Comets on the verge of making history.

Craig, who is a PT in pupil support at Queen Anne, said: “It has been a long season but it has been worth it. With us being at home, we should have an advantage and I hope that can see us over the line. I hope there will be a big turnout to cheer them on to the title. It’s helped that we’ve had a consistent team throughout the year. That’s part and parcel of sport; if you have a consistent team, then you are likely to be successful.”

The action at Queen Anne begins against Astley and Tyldesley at 11am, with the Bury match scheduled to start at 2.30pm, and admission is free.