Wednesday June 12, 2013
PARRYS International Wolves suffered their heaviest defeat of the season as they went down 53-37 at King's Lynn.

Despite a gutsy performance, Wolverhampton were undone by a strong Stars side led by an 18-point maximum from reserve Richie Worrall.

And boss Peter Adams was frustrated to meet another in-form reserve.

He said: "It's a disappointing result, and that's the second away meeting in a row we've met a reserve who has scored almost 20 points.

"He was obviously the difference between the sides - but you can't expect much more whilst we have such a patched up team."

Polish racer Adam Skornicki top scored for the Monmore men as he bagged double-figures for the second time this week, whilst Fredrik Lindgren also made ten despite a slightly off-night.

Youngster Jacob Thorssell impressed on his first visit to the Norfolk Arena with 6+2 - yet with Ludvig Lindgren and Ricky Wells both struggling, Wolves fell short of a point.

KING’S LYNN 53: Richie Worrall 18, Niels-Kristian Iversen 12, Simon Stead 9+2, Rory Schlein 7+1, Sebastian Alden 6+1, Andzejs Lebedevs 1, Mads Korneliussen r/r.

WOLVERHAMPTON 37: Adam Skornicki 11+1, Freddie Lindgren 10, Scott Nicholls 7, Jacob Thorssell 6+2, Ludvig Lindgren 2+1, Ricky Wells 1+1, Ty Proctor r/r.

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