Monday June 18, 2012
WOLVERHAMPTON gained revenge over Belle Vue with a bruising 51-42 win at Monmore on Monday.

Parrys International Wolves had been beaten by the bottom club in Manchester seven days earlier but Freddie Lindgren's 15 point haul helped them to all three points.

The Swedish Grand Prix star was only denied a maximum with a nasty fall in heat 10, whilst Ricky Wells did a fine job at reserve once again - scoring 12+2 and joining forces with Lindgren to add vital 5-1s in heats 11 and 13.

Adam Roynon came into the side at reserve as a guest, and he scored paid double figures in a marvellous display. Wolves certainly needed those strong contributions from reserve after both Pontus Aspgren and Ty Proctor were unable to complete all of their rides after crashing out in their 2nd and 3rd rides respectively.

Wolves raced into an early lead, holding a 10 point advantage after 6 heats, but a heat 7 8-1 from Artur Mroczka and Craig Cook proved a catalyst for Belle Vue, as they moved into a shock lead after heat 10.

However, the Wolves showed superb battling spirit to emerge victorious, with Lindgren and Robert Miskowiak - who added four race wins of his own in a great performance - racing clear in heat 15 to delight the loyal home fans.

Said Lindgren: "I think the reserves were the key, Ricky Wells was superb and Adam Roynon did a great job for us as a guest."

WOLVERHAMPTON: Fredrik Lindgren 15, Ricky Wells 12+2, Robert Miskowiak 11+1, Adam Roynon 9+2, Ty Proctor 3, Pontus Aspgren 1, Tai Woffinden R/R.

BELLE VUE: Artur Mroczka 16+1, Craig Cook 8+1, AlesDryml 7+2, Rory Schlein 6, Mark Lemon 4+1, Renat Gafurov1, Patrick Hougaard R/R.

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