WOLF WORRALL ENJOYING LIFE AHEAD OF LEAGUE OPENER

Saturday April 30, 2022
WINTER signing Steve Worrall admits he’s been impressed by the ‘close-knit’ feel of the club during the opening weeks of his Wolverhampton career.

The Merseyside born racer joined from rivals Belle Vue in the off-season - and enjoyed a solid couple of meetings against his former employers last time out.

And ahead of the Parrys International Wolves’ league opener against King’s Lynn at Monmore Green on Monday (May 2, 8pm), Worrall has also spoken of his admiration for the strength in depth in this year’s team.

“You need your reserves scoring good and in Leon (Flint) and Drew (Kemp) we’ve got two of the best young reserves in the league in my personal opinion,” he said.

“But when you look at our 1-5, any one of us could be at any number which is a very good position to be in.

“We’re all capable of scoring 10 or above every meeting and that’s what we should be aiming for as well.

“I’m really looking forward to this season to be honest and I think I’m at a club where I can push on again.

“I’ve been at Belle Vue for seven years and whenever you went against Wolverhampton, they were very much a team.

“I think that stems from the management and they send that vibe down.

“Everyone’s together, it’s that sort of environment and when everybody’s rallying around, when it’s a sort of close-knit group that makes a difference.”

The Parrys International Wolves have named an unchanged riding order for the clash against King’s Lynn who are led by Monmore track record holder Niels-Kristian Iversen.

Children aged 5 and under are admitted absolutely FREE while it's just £1 for children aged 6-12.

There will also be free face painting for youngsters in attendance.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Sam Masters, Steve Worrall, Luke Becker, Ryan Douglas, Nick Morris, Drew Kemp, Leon Flint.

KING’S LYNN: Niels-Kristian Iversen, Thomas Jorgensen, Richard Lawson, Lewis Kerr, Josh Pickering, Richie Worrall, Jack Thomas.

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