Sunday May 27, 2018
WOLVERHAMPTON are gearing up for their bumper Bank Holiday Monday special against Poole which sees the club celebrate their 90th Anniversary (8pm).

Not only does it promise to be a hot night of action on the track, but additional attractions and displays have been arranged on what will be a proud evening for the Parrys International Wolves.

The World Championship winning bikes of Sam Ermolenko and Greg Hancock will be on display alongside a number of race jackets throughout the club’s history.

There will be a 210 Battery Light Gun display also with a free bouncy castle also available for younger supporters.

The first 100 children through the turnstiles will also receive a free gift while GB Youth and Upright Machine demonstration races will take place throughout the night.

But the main action gets underway at the slightly later time of 8pm, as the Monmore men look to consolidate their position at the top of the Premiership table.

And while opponents Poole find themselves at the opposite end of the standings with just one win in eight, team manager Peter Adams isn’t taking anything for granted.

“Poole might not be at their best right now but we won’t be taking them lightly that’s for sure,” Adams said.

“They’re a side who always come to Monmore looking for a result and they’ve got some very capable riders in their team.

“But after reaching our minimum points target of three from our run of three consecutive away matches, now the aim is to keep our winning run going at home.

“It’s going to be a night of celebration for everyone connected with the club and we’re looking forward to what should be an enjoyable night all round.”

The club have produced a special 90th Anniversary Souvenir Programme for Monday’s fixture which will be available trackside.

Wolverhampton will also be supporting ABF The Soldiers Charity during the evening.

Normal admission prices apply at £18 adults, £13 concessions, £7 juniors (13-18), £1 children (6-12 included) while kids five and under go FREE.

Supporters are once again politely reminded to note that gates will open at 7pm with start time at 8pm.

The Parrys International Wolves will be at full strength after skipper Rory Schlein declared himself fit despite a hand injury sustained in Wednesday’s draw at Poole.

Meanwhile the Pirates are expected to name a new signing in place of broken leg victim Stefan Nielsen in time to make their debut in the Bank Holiday clash.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Jacob Thorssell, Kyle Howarth, Cameron Heeps, Sam Masters, Rory Schlein, Nathan Greaves, Ashley Morris.

POOLE (from): Brady Kurtz, Linus Sundstrom, Josh Grajczonek, Richie Worrall, Kacper Woryna, Mateusz Szczepaniak, TBC.

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