Monday August 15, 2011
WOLVERHAMPTON boss Peter Adams breathed a massive sigh of relief after seeing his side edge out King’s Lynn 47-43 in another Monmore thriller.

Tai Woffinden (12+1) and guest Davey Watt (10+1) won the meeting with a 5-1 maximum in the last race after a tense battle.
Said Adams: “It was a thrilling finish and it was nice to see Woffy (Tai Woffinden) back to something like his best.

“I must also pay tribute to Davey Watt, our guest for the injured Freddie Lindgren, who did a great job for us and would have scored more but for a puncture in his first race.

“We could and should have got all three points but we have had to settle for two because we threw some points away. It's a relief to win on the night and that seems to be a common theme at Monmore Green these days, last heat deciders are the norm."

Parrys International Wolves looked comfortable at one stage but King’s Lynn, with Danish World Cup star Mads Korneliussen in fine form, bounced back and took the meeting down to the wire.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Tai Woffinden 12+1, Davey Watt 10+1, Ty Proctor 7+1, Ricky Wells 6+1, Peter Karlsson 6, Ludvig Lindgren 4+1, Lubos Tomicek 2+1

KING’S LYNN: Mads Korneliussen 15, Niels Kristian Iversen 9, Kenneth Bjerre 7, Kozza Smith 5+1, Lasse Bjerre 4+2, Kyle Newman 3+1, Oliver Allen R/R.

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