Monday May 24, 2010
BRAVE Wolverhampton put on a gutsy display before going down 51-44 at Lakeside on Monday night.

From the moment Ty Proctor was controversially excluded after an incident with home hero Lee Richardson in the opening race luck seemed to be against the Parrys International Wolves.

Freddie Lindgren was in spectacular form to drop just one point to an opposing rider in his 16+1 haul - including a maximum six-points from a tactical ride in Heat 11 when he partnered Proctor for a vital 8-1 to keep his side in the hunt.

But the Hammers made sure of victory with a 5-1 through the impressive Jonas Davidsson and guest Jason Lyons in the penultimate race - although Lindgren and Tai Woffinden, who had earlier gone through the fence at high speed, ended the meeting with a Wolves maximum.

Boss Peter Adams said: "It's a frustrating result for us because we felt we could have got something from the meeting.

"We didn't have any luck, we don't mind our riders getting excluded but we do expect consistency from decisions. We were left short in certain departments and it's just disappointing, but there were some positive points too."

LAKESIDE: Jonas Davidsson 11+1, Kauko Nieminen 8+1, Daniel Davidsson 8, Lee Richardson 8, Adam Shields 8, Jason Lyons 6+1, Stuart Robson 1.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Freddie Lindgren 16+1, Tai Woffinden 12, Ludvig Lindgren 5+1, Nicolai Klindt 5, Matthew Wethers 3+1, Ty Proctor 2+1, Joe Screen 1.

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