Monday April 12, 2010
WOLVERHAMPTON are through to the Knockout Cup quarter-finals after an impressive double over Ipswich.

Parrys International Wolves had Swedish Grand Prix star Freddie Lindgren in unstoppable form and he romped to a 13+2 maximum in the 55-40 second leg win at Monmore.

He had fine support from his team-mates in a solid all-round team performance with reserve Chris Kerr providing plenty of firepower in the lower order in his 9+3 haul.

From the moment Lindgren and Ty Proctor struck a 5-1 in the first race for the Monmore men the writing was on the wall for the Witches.

They used both Robert Miskowiak and Danny King for tactical rides and, although they gleaned 10-points, Wolves were always clear favourites to go through after winning the first leg in Suffolk last week.

Said Lindgren: "We've had a pretty good start to the season and this just shows the ability we have in our team. We have the potential to be up there challenging again."

Wolves will now face neighbours Coventry in the quarter-finals on dates to be agreed between the two clubs.

Meanwhile Monmore Green hosts the National League clash between Dudley Heathens and Buxton Hitmen on Tuesday night - the first time a Heathens team have been seen in league action in 14-years.

ELITE LEAGUE KO CUP, 1st round 2nd leg
WOLVERHAMPTON 55: Freddie Lindgren 13+2, Chris Kerr 9+3, Tai Woffinden 9, Joe Screen 8+1, Ty Proctor 8+1, Nicolai Klindt 4+1, Ludvig Lindgren 4

IPSWICH 40: Robert Miskowiak 11+1, Scott Nicholls 9, Oliver Allen 7+1, Dawid Stachyra 7, Danny King 5+1, Claus Vissing 1, Carl Wilkinson 0

Wolverhampton win 101-83 on aggregate.

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