Monday April 23, 2012
WOLVERHAMPTON gave a solid all-round team performance to get the better of a gutsy King’s Lynn side 51-41 at Monmore on Monday.

Every member of a full-strength Parrys International Wolves team contributed well with reserves Ricky Wells and Lukasz Sowka piling up the points.

Former Wolves man Niels Kristian Iversen was brilliant for the visitors with a stunning 17-point haul to keep his side in the hunt for a consolation league point.

He combined with another former Wolf, Daniel Nermark, for a big 8-1 in Heat 5 which pulled the Norfolk outfit back into contention.

There was a nasty spill, however, when Nermark fell in Heat 8 and Sowka – giving his best display in Wolves colours so far – went into the fourth bend fence and withdrew from the rest of the meeting.

Wolves boss Peter Adams said: “King’s Lynn are a hard team to shake off and although we took control early on they hit back.

“Niels Kristian Iversen learnt a lot when he spent a season with us and he was magnificent tonight. But I’m pleased with the result, in fact I’m delighted.”

WOLVERHAMPTON 51: Freddie Lindgren 11, Ricky Wells 10+3, Tai Woffinden 10+2, Ty Proctor 8+1, Nicolai Klindt 5, Lukasz Sowka 4+2, Pontus Aspgren 3+2.

KING’S LYNN 41: Niels-Kristian Iversen 17, Mads Korneliussen 9, Maciej Janowski 6, Daniel Nermark 3+2, Kevin Wolbert 3, Dakota North 2, Jordan Frampton 1+1.

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