Monday September 02, 2013
PARRYS International Wolves got back to winning ways in fine style as they stormed to a 48-42 victory over Belle Vue at Kirkmanshulme Lane.

A tremendous all-around team performance ensured Wolverhampton gained revenge over the Aces having suffered a disappointing defeat against the Manchester outfit at Monmore Green last Monday.

The result gives the side a priceless confidence boost with the play-offs just around the corner – and team boss Peter Adams was delighted with the victory.

Said Adams: “We were desperate to rectify our defeat against Belle Vue last Monday and prove it was a bit of a one off, so all the boys were all really up for it and we put in a good performance.

“I think the strength in depth was shown by the fact nobody made double figures yet we still managed to win by six points. It was a good win and we are very happy with the performance.”

Swedish star Fredrik Lindgren top scored for the visitors as he and Tai Woffinden put in typically strong displays to lead the side.

Yet Ricky Wells and Ludvig Lindgren were arguably the star men as they enjoyed excellent evenings – with Wells scoring in every outing and Lindgren playing his part in four vital heat advantages.

Polish duo Adam Skornicki and Robert Miskowiak also put in solid showings – whilst guest Cameron Heeps made a useful contribution before having to withdraw due to a hand injury, completing an excellent team performance.

BELLE VUE 42: Craig Cook 14+1, Dakota North 10+1, Matej Zagar 9+1, Ulrich Ostergaard 5+2, Kevin Wolbert 4, Andrew Tully 0, Magnus Zetterstrom r/r.

WOLVERHAMPTON 48: Fredrik Lindgren 9+2, Ricky Wells 8+3, Ludvig Lindgren 8+2, Tai Woffinden 8, Adam Skornicki 7, Robert Miskowiak 5, Cameron Heeps 3.

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