Monday April 15, 2013
WOLVERHAMPTON put three more Elite League points on the board with a 56-36 demolition of rivals Coventry at Monmore on Monday.

British Grand Prix star Tai Woffinden was unbeaten by an opposing rider in his 14+1 haul and Freddie Lindgren romped to a 12-point full house.

But this was a solid all-round team performance from the Parrys International Wolves who went second in the table with the result.

Ty Proctor notched 7+3 and he believes it was his best Monmore display for some time.

He said: “I’m really impressed with Monday’s result, and for me it’s all about rolling back the clock and going back to 2009 when everything was working out.

“I was doing both leagues, Elite and Premier, back then, and I’m very focused and determined to make things happen this year.

“It has to be my best performance here at Wolverhampton for a couple of years I would say.”

Proctor dropped his only points with a third place in the opening race and popular Polish star Adam Skornicki enjoyed his best score of the season.

British Champion Scott Nicholls was short of his normal form around Monmore and Grand Prix star Krzysztof Kasprzak suffered bike problems.

Bees boss Gary Havelock tried the tactical ride option for double points twice but Wolves were able to keep them at bay.

Now Peter Adams’ side look to continue their impressive form when they go to Poole in a re-arranged clash on Wednesday.

PARRYS INTERNATIONAL WOLVES 56: Tai Woffinden 14+1, Freddie Lindgren 12, Adam Skornicki 9+2, Ty Proctor 7+3, Ludvig Lindgren 6, Jacob Thorssell 5+1, Ricky Wells 3.

COVENTRY 36: Michal Szczepaniek 9+1, Grzegorz Zengota 9, Scott Nicholls 6+1, Stuart Robson 6, Krzysztof Kasprzak 4, Aaron Summers 2+1, Joe Screen 0.

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