Tuesday April 26, 2011
DEPLETED Wolves displayed great character to stun Belle Vue Aces with a 56-36 Elite League win at Monmore on Tuesday.

Talented British star Tai Woffinden was ruled out of the meeting with a broken collarbone after a freak BMX crash on Monday but the Parrys International Wolves covered for him superbly.

Freddie Lindgren continued his preparations for this weekend’s opening Grand Prix of the season with a sensational 18-point maximum and brother Ludvig gave his best performance of the season.

Reserves Ricky Wells and Tyson Burmeister also showed improvement with the latter notching his first paid win in his career.

Said Freddie Lindgren: “I’m really pleased with this, I faced Chris Harris four times tonight and had the better of him every time which is great.

“It’s a great way for me to build towards the Grand Prix on Saturday but it’s a really good effort from the team as well.

“It’s so nice to see all the boys scoring points, it’s a nice feeling. When we lost Woffy I knew it would be tough, but we did a great job.”

Freddie partners Aussie ace Ty Proctor in the Elite League Pairs Championship at King’s Lynn on Wednesday.

WOLVERHAMPTON 56: Freddie Lindgren 18, Peter Karlsson 14+1, Ludvig Lingren 10+1, Ty Proctor 6+1, Ricky Wells 5+2, Tyson Burmeister 3+1, Tai Woffinden R/R

BELLE VUE 36: Patrick Hougaard 10, Chris Harris 8, Rory Schlein 6, Charlie Gjedde 5+1, Ricky Kling 4+1, Craig Cook 3, Dawid Stachyra 0

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