Thursday April 08, 2010
WOLVERHAMPTON are in the driving seat for a place in the Knockout Cup quarter-finals after a superb 46-43 win at Ipswich.

Danish youngster Nicolai Klindt gave one of his best performances in the main body of the team with 11-points and had good support from skipper Tai Woffinden on 10 and Freddie Lindgren on the same score.

A good crowd enjoyed the early action at the reshaped Foxhall Stadium track with an even contest taking shape.

But Parrys International Wolves secured two successive maximum 5-1s to go 27-21 ahead – only for Ipswich to bounce back and level two races later.

The meeting was decided with some determined Wolves riding late on – and even though the night ended on a bitter note for Klindt with a hard ride in Heat 15 it was Wolves who had the last word with a win ahead of next Monday’s second leg at Monmore

IPSWICH: Scott Nicholls 13, Linus Sundstrom 7+1, Daniel King 6+1, Dawid Stachyra 5+1, Claus Vissing 4+1, Oliver Allen 4, Robert Miskowiak 4.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Nicolai Klindt 11, Tai Woffinden 10, Freddie Lindgren 10, Joe Screen 5+1, Joe Haines 4+1, Ty Proctor 3+1, Ludvig Lindgren 3

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