Monday September 10, 2012
WOLVERHAMPTON’S meeting at Belle Vue was abandoned after three heats with the scores at 11-7.

Reserves Jacob Thorssell and Pontus Aspgren gave Parrys International Wolves an excellent 5-1 in Heat 2 - but the other two races ended as maximums in favour of the Aces.

But in the end that didn't matter as a torrential downpour saw the meeting called to an abrupt halt.

Wolves were already heavily depleted with Tai Woffinden ruled out with a dislocated shoulder and Fredrik Lindgren stranded in Poland after a flight cancellation.

The result does not stand and will be re-arranged at a later date.

Wolves boss Peter Adams said: “It's a bit of a double-edged sword because we were severely weakened by the travel problems Freddie had and the injury to Tai's shoulder.

“This gives us the opportunity now to come back here with a full team, whenever that may be.”

BELLE VUE 11: Rory Schlein 3, Patrick Hougaard 3, Ales Dryml 2+1, Renat Gafurov 2+1, Mark Lemon 1, Josh Grajczonek 0, Artur Mroczka DNR.

WOLVERHAMPTON 7: Jacob Thorssell 3, Pontus Aspgren 2+1, Ricky Wells 1, Ty Proctor 1, Nicolai Klindt 0, Joe Haines DNR.

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