Monday October 11, 2010
WOLVERHAMPTON Speedway have confirmed their final meeting of the season will be next Monday's Banks's Olympique individual event.

The Monmore men went out of the Elite League Knockout Cup at the semi-final stage on Monday night at the hands of Eastbourne - and in the second part of their double-header they beat Swindon 55-40 in the outstanding Elite League fixture of the year.

Parrys International Wolves owner Chris Van Straaten has also revealed how talented Danish youngster Nicolai Klindt won't figure again this season as he is checked in for surgery on his troublesome shoulder in his home country on Wednesday.

It means he will miss both the Olympique and Friday's 'King of the Midlands' Challenge at Elite League champions Coventry this Friday.

Said Van Straaten: “It’s been causing Nicolai some problems for a while and he needs it sorting out, so we can confirm he will be missing from our meeting at Coventry on Friday and the Banks's Olympique, but he will be back over here for our end of season party on October 22.

“You can tell it has affected his performance on the bike at times this season and the operation is one which has developed into quite a common one for riders.”

Next Monday's meeting will include the British debut for two unknown European riders - and a Monmore return for former Parrys International Wolves favourites Peter Karlsson and David Howe.

British Grand Prix sensation Chris Harris has also accepted and invitation to appear and normal admission prices apply. A full preview for the showpiece Monmore event will appear at the weekend.

WOLVES 44: Fredrik Lindgren 14, Tai Woffinden 10, Ludvig Lindgren 8+1, Ty Proctor 4+2, Adam Skornicki 4, Nicolai Klindt 3+2, Matt Wethers 1+1.

EASTBOURNE 46: Matej Zagar 11+1, Joonas Kylmakorpi 10, Simon Gustafsson 8, Cameron Woodward 7+3, Lewis Bridger 7+1, Tomasz Jedrzejak 2+1, Ricky Kling 1.
Eastbourne win 109-73 on aggregate.

WOLVES 55: Fredrik Lindgren 13+1, Tai Woffinden 12, Adam Skornicki 10, Nicolai Klindt 6+1, Ludvig Lindgren 5+2, Ty Proctor 5, Matt Wethers 4+2.

SWINDON 40: Scott Nicholls 15, Grzegorz Zengota 7, Simon Stead 6+1, Cory Gathercole 4+1, Mads Korneliussen 4+1, Maciej Janowski 3, Justin Sedgmen 1.

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