Monday August 22, 2011
WOLVERHAMPTON gave a solid all-round team performance to beat play-off chasing Peterborough 51-38 at Monmore on Monday.

Tai Woffinden continued his impressive run of form with 12+2 as Parrys International Wolves put a severe dent in Panthers’ hopes of a top four spot.

Triple world champion Nicki Pedersen was in the thick of the action and suffered a leg injury in Heat 15 and was unable to take his place in the restart at the end of an eventful and entertaining night.

Home favourite Freddie Lindgren, the Swedish GP star, made a welcome return from injury with 10+1 but he didn’t need a crash in his last outing.

He said: “My back is still hurting but when I get on the bike I forget about it. I’m pleased the team got the win.

”I’m not going to stop riding, I’m going to race against the pain and try to forget about it.

“I must admit I didn’t need to be crashing like I did tonight, but I just feel battered and bruised and it will take a few weeks longer before I am back to total fitness.”

Parrys International Wolves go to Peterborough on Thursday before facing Eastbourne at Monmore on Bank Holiday Monday.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Tai Woffinden 12+2, Freddie Lindgren 10+1, Ricky Wells 8+2, Peter Karlsson 8, Ty Proctor 6+1, James Grieves 6, Lubos Tomicek 1.

PETERBOROUGH: Troy Batchelor 11+1, Nicki Pedersen 8+1, Linus Sundstrom 7, Krzysztof Buzckowski 6+1, Richard Lawson 5, Kacper Gomolski 1, Norbert Kosciuch 0.

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