Monday August 02, 2010
FREDDIE Lindgren romped to a five ride, 15-point maximum as the Parrys International Wolves maintained their play-off charge with another emphatic home win.

Wolves made light of the absence of Polish star Adam Skornicki with a knee injury as Lindgren headed up a powerful display against an Ipswich side who had their moments, but only fleetingly.

The Witches' best rider by some distance was No.1 Scott Nicholls, and he gave Lindgren his toughest battle by leading for the majority of Heat 1, only for the Swede to storm through just before the start of the last lap.

The new partnership of Nicolai Klindt and Tai Woffinden showed signs of becoming a super-strong combination, with Klindt dropping his only points when he failed to make the time allowance in Heat 5, and Woffinden in the same race when Nicholls edged past him on the line.

Ipswich trailed by 18 points after Heat 9 and lost Robert Miskowiak to a heavy crash on the run to the finish line when he clipped Klindt's rear wheel, the Pole withdrawing with ankle and hand injuries.

The Witches did regain some respectability with a 7-2 and a 5-3 from their tactical rides, but it never looked like being enough for a point on the night, and a memorable fourth-to-second move by Ludvig Lindgren in Heat 14 with Woffinden up-front secured another maximum haul for the Monmore men.

WOLVES 57: Fredrik Lindgren 15, Nicolai Klindt 13+2, Tai Woffinden 10+1, Ludvig Lindgren 8+3, Ty Proctor 8+1, Joe Haines 3, Adam Skornicki r/r.

IPSWICH 38: Scott Nicholls 14, Daniel King 8, Dawid Stachyra 6+2, Kozza Smith 3+1, Ales Dryml 3+1, Robert Miskowiak 3, Chris Slabon 1.

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