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British Speedway : Elite League Last Updated: Jul 17th, 2014 - 18:24:19

Wolverhampton Speedway: Survival hopes boosted.
By Admin
Oct 24, 2008, 23:01

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Wolverhampton are looking good for Elite League survival after a 53-37 win in Friday' s Play-off first leg at Edinburgh.

Freddie Lindgren, riding his best Grand Prix bikes, played a true captain's role with a string of wins in his 10+1 haul, but he had impressive support from the majority of his colleagues against the Premier League champions.

The Parrys International Wolves made a good start to lift the pre-match nerves which had been building up all week. Skipper Lindgren and David Howe gained a maximum 5-1 in the opening race over former Wolves man William Lawson as the Elite League side showed their superiority.
Jesper B Monberg was also in fine form from the start after bringing his best bikes over from Denmark.

Lindgren worked hard for a maximum with club asset James Grieves - in for the injured Morten Risager - in Heat 7 to put Wolves in a commanding position.

And when Peter Adams' side picked up three successive maximums in Heats 10, 11, 12 and 13 they had done enough to set themselves up nicely with a comfortable lead for the return at Monmore Green on Monday.

Fans are reminded that admission prices are reduced for that meeting with adult prices £12, concessions £8 and children just £2.

Ryan Fisher 14, Chris Schramm 7+3, Andrew Tully 6, William Lawson 4, Matthew Wethers 4, Aaron Summers 2, Thomas H Jonasson R/R.

Jesper B Monberg 14, David Howe 12+1, James Grieves 10+4, Freddie Lindgren 10+1, Nicolai Klindt 7+2, Ludvig Lindgren 0, Niels Kristian Iversen R/R.

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