They also won the Premier League Four-Team Championship at Peterborough in 2007 with a team of Chris Holder, Jason Bunyan, Krzysztof Stojanowski, Glen Phillips and Cory Gathercole defeating King's Lynn, Somerset and Rye House in the final.
After a break of two years the club reformed in 2016 under the promotion of Barry Bishop and Martin Widman.
|Isle of Wight Warriors (formerly Islanders)|
|Track address||Smallbrook Stadium|
Isle of Wight PO33 4BH
|Founded||1996 2016 (re-founded)|
|Team manager||Jackie Vatcher|
|Colours||Blue and Yellow|
|Track size||385 metres (421 yd)|
|Track record time||66.1 secs|
|Track record date||13 April 2017|
|Track record holder||Stefan Nielsen|
|Major team honours|
|5||Tom Young (replaced Byron Bekker)|
|Also Rode||Mark Baseby|
|Also Rode||Ross Walter|
|Also Rode||Steven Jones|
|Also Rode||Nick Simmons|
|Also Rode||Marc Owen|
|Also Rode||Rikki Mullins|
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