Thursday July 11, 2013
PARRYS International Wolves suffered a disappointing 54-38 defeat at the hands of Elite League Champions Swindon at the Abbey Stadium.

After conceding 5-1s in each of the opening three races Wolverhampton were always playing catch-up before eventually falling well short of a league point.

And boss Peter Adams was frustrated with the performance.

He said: β€œIt was a typical case of a small-track club coming to a big track and struggling to get the set-ups right to start with.

β€œBefore we knew it we were twelve points down, and you can't afford to start slowly at places like Swindon.

β€œIt was a disappointing result, but we'll be hoping it's a very different story when they come to Monmore a week on Monday.”

Skipper Tai Woffinden top-scored for the visitors after a strong display, whilst Adam Skornicki continued his impressive form with a solid performance.

Jacob Thorssell and Ludvig Lindgren both put in promising displays at reserve - yet Ricky Wells and guest Scott Nicholls both endured frustrating evenings as Wolves felt the absence of No.1 Fredrik Lindgren.

SWINDON 54: Peter Kildemand 15, Troy Batchelor 11+1, Jason Doyle 8+1, Ashley Birks 8, Nick Morris 6+1, Edward Kennett 4+2, Kyle Howarth 2+1

WOLVERHAMPTON 38: Tai Woffinden 12, Adam Skornicki 9+1, Ludvig Lindgren 6+4, Jacob Thorssell 5+1, Ricky Wells 4, Scott Nicholls 2, Ty Proctor R/R

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