Thursday July 22, 2010
DEPLETED Wolverhampton suffered a 57-35 defeat at Peterborough on Thursday in their last Elite League outing before the World Cup break.

Peter Adams' men went into the meeting without key man Adam Skornicki and Danish star Nicolai Klindt returned after a break with a shoulder injury.

Aussie ace Ty Proctor impressed with a string of fine rides in his 12+1 haul but Panthers were the better side from the start as they boosted their chances of making the cut for the play-offs.

Former Wolf Niels Kristian Iversen notched 13 for the home side and Grand Prix star Kenneth Bjerre scored 10+1, including a retirement in his last outing.

Wolverhampton next race at home on Monday week, August 2, against Ipswich.

PETERBOROUGH: Niels Kristian Iversen 13, Kenneth Bjerre 10+1, Troy Batchelor 10, Rory Schlein 9+1, Krzysztof Buczkowski 6+2, Mathieu Tresarrieu 5, Norbert Kosciuch 4+1

WOLVERHAMPTON: Ty Proctor 12+1, Ludvig Lindgren 6+1, Tai Woffinden 6+1, Nicolai Klindt 5, Freddie Lindgren 3+1, Matthew Wethers 3, Adam Skornicki R/R.

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