missed the Bears' final home match of the season on Thursday, as he was committed to ride in a Czech Championship four-team tournament in Prague.
His liking for the Berwick circuit means Kus
will check in with high scoring on his mind.
Redcar (38): Ulrich Ostergaard 13, Aaron Summers 11, Micky Dyer 9, Carl Wilkinson 3, Matej Kus
2, Max Dilger 0.
added that a cancer screening center as well as 100 houses for war victims, which were also built by TIKA, would be opened soon.
returns tomorrow as they seek favours from two popular ex-Redcar favourites when former skipper Aaron Summers and Rafal Konopka don the Bears colours once more.
Another 4-2 in the eighth and a home 5-1 in the ninth from Max Fricke and Worrall from the gate over Kus
and Edberg left Berwick trailing by 10 points.
More chequered flags were taken by Lemon, Robson, Richie Worrall and Ludvig Lindgren to take Newcastle to the 50-point mark for the fourth successive home match before Kus
and Ulrich Ostergaard shot away from Robson and Lindgren in heat 13 for Redcar's only 5-1.
not to enforce the cease and desist order, pending further action of the court.
And just four months after his last outpatient visit in August 1994, Johnson's inner demons had returned, Kus
and guests Ricky Wells and Matthew Wethers took the chequered flag for the Bears in three of the first six races as the visitors managed to keep the deficit to 21-15 but three 5-1s between heats eight and 11 destroyed any hopes the Bears had of gaining even a losing bonus point.
Doolan soared away again in the fifth's 4-2 before Vissing took heat six with ease in a shared 3-3 over Joe Jacobs and Kyle Howarth, Ricky Wells taking heat seven under pressure from Kus
in a further shared race to take the scoreline to 24-18.
Short-handed Redcar, minus Ulrich Ostergaard, bossed the opening few heats - taking a 5-1 in the first race through Matej Kus
and Aaron Summers after Stuart Robson touched the tapes and had to start on a 15-metre handicap.