Monday September 12, 2011
WOLVERHAMPTON rounded off their Elite League programme with an entertaining 52-41 win over Belle Vue on Monday.

And that means the Parrys International Wolves have now lost only one home league meeting in three years.

Tai Woffinden continued his stunning run of form with an unbeaten score for the third week running and he has now gone 17 races without defeat at Monmore.

He said: "I feel really confident and comfortable on the bike right now, things are going really well for me.

"I think the major difference in all this is that I am thinking about things a lot more. I'm reallly happy with the way I'm riding."

Woffinden’s maximum was of the paid variety after he followed home partner Fredrik Lindgren in Heat 15.

He was the fastest rider on show, cutting under Chris Harris on lap three of his opening ride, and producing a fine cut back off the first turn in heat 15, to join Lindgren at the front.

The final race was the heat of the night. After that opening bend, Rory Schlein then powered his way into the lead within a lap, only to be relegated back to third by Wolves’ top pairing.

Unluckiest rider of the night was Ricky Wells. The American retired in his first ride, then fell on the pits bend when set for a 5-1 in heat 9, and lifted and fell when leading heat 12.

Woffinden received good support from Freddie Lindgren with 11 and Ty Proctor continued his much improved form with 10+1.

WOLVERHAMPTON 52: Tai Woffinden 14+1, Freddie Lindgren 11, Ty Proctor 10+1, Peter Karlsson 8, Ludvig Lindgren 6+2, Lubos Tomicek 3, Ricky Wells 0.

BELLE VUE 41: Rory Schlein 10, Patrick Hougaard 9+2, Ricky Kling 8+1, Chris Harris 6, Charlie Gjedde 5, Lukasz Jankowski 2+1, Morten Risager 1.

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