“And at one stage it looked like we were going to lose the meeting, it looked as though we were throwing it away. But Rosco made his feelings known to the boys and they responded in style after the interval. It was a great way to finish the meeting.”Swindon promoter Gary Patchett said: “I’m happy we took the three points but when you look at Wolverhampton’s injury problems I felt we may have taken four.The Robins found themselves under pressure when the hosts recorded back-to-back 5-1s to go 35-31 ahead, but they fashioned a turnaround after words from manager Alun Rossiter.SWINDON consolidated their position in the Elite League’s top four with a 48-42 win at injury-hit Wolverhampton on Monday.
“We would like to place on record our thanks to Dr Butler and his team who were absolutely brilliant with Kyle, and we knew he was in good hands. Obviously he’ll be stiff and sore for a few days but right now we are just delighted for Kyle who, in the few months he has been with us, has shown just why he is so highly rated in the sport.”Workington boss Tony Jackson said: “When we got news from the hospital that the X-Rays showed that nothing was broken it was like winning the lottery. It was such a heavy impact that he broke two boards and a fence post with his body and for a while it looked like he was quite badly hurt. The Comets’ clash with Berwick was abandoned after ten heats as medical staff were required to accompany Howarth to hospital following the accident with Bandits skipper Lee Complin, who suffered a suspected broken hand.WORKINGTON youngster Kyle Howarth had a remarkable escape from serious injury in a horror crash at Derwent Park on Monday.
(SPEEDWAY 4)“We are grateful to him and I know that the Bears fans will get behind him as he covers for Mark Jones' absence. We are also pleased to welcome back Ulrich at No.1 as he is capable of taking his compatriot Charlie Gjedde on in Heat 1.”Bears promoter Brian Havelock said: “We recognised that our opponents from Hertfordshire had a strong reserve pairing and knew that we had to cover that. The Bears are fortunate that Lee was available to be able to sort his equipment out at short notice plus organise some track time in advance of Thursday. Jones is likely to be on the sidelines for a month with Smart, who has been out of the sport this season so far, set to come in along with the return from injury of Danish star Ulrich Ostergaard in the Premier League clash with Rye House on Thursday.REDCAR have moved to replace broken collarbone victim Mark Jones and expect to include Lee Smart in their side from this week.
“He would have been in Heat 15 but he came in from the previous heat and asked not to be in it because of his frame, but Ricky and Pepe (Josef Franc) did a great job. It’s a great result.”Manager David Hoggart said: “Emiliano works so hard and he plugs away every week and he got his reward today. He nudges forward steadily and he never lets us down, but today he was just outstanding. He was so fast and he went out on a broken frame in his last race and still won it! Sanchez reeled off five wins, the last of which came with a broken frame, and he was well backed by Ricky Wells with paid-eleven as the Tigers collected all four points.EMILIANO Sanchez’s 15-point maximum anchored Sheffield to a 50-40 win at local rivals Scunthorpe – to keep them in the hunt for League Cup qualification.
Manager George English said: “We ended up a man down when Claes Nedermark caught his footrest in the fence when he twisted off bend two and crashed heavily onto the track which resulted in light concussion leaving us a six man side, but the rest of the side pulled well all taking wins or paid wins in a solid team performance.”No.1 rider Stuart Robson only missed out on a maximum in Heat 15 and was joined in double-figures by Ludvig Lindgren and Richie Worrall.The result gave the Diamonds five points from their home and away fixtures against the Tigers, and they are are now six clear of second-placed Leicester.NEWCASTLE remain top of the Premier League table after completing a productive weekend with a 62-31 win over Glasgow.
Young said: “I’ve always liked the Scunthorpe track and I always used to have my best meeting of the season here. I think I stayed at Newport for too long and needed a move to a new track, to progress my career.”Meanwhile Scunthorpe overcame the absence of five regulars to defeat Buxton 56-36, with both guest Ashley Birks (15) and Tom Young (14+1) scoring heavily.Nielsen said: “I've adjusted a few things since the World Under 21 meeting in Croatia and it's all come right. I'm feeling more confident and the set-up I've got is working well."MILDENHALL’S Stefan Nielsen scored his first maximum at National League level with an unbeaten six-ride show in the Fen Tigers’ 50-40 win at Rye House.
NATIONAL LEAGUE: Isle of Wight v King’s Lynn OFFTUESDAY JUNE 5:
SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: King’s Lynn v Birmingham 7.30, Poole v Swindon 7.30WEDNESDAY JUNE 6:
PREMIER LEAGUE: Redcar v Rye House 7.30, Sheffield v Workington 7.45SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: Birmingham v King’s Lynn 7.30, Swindon v Poole 7.30THURSDAY JUNE 7:
PREMIER LEAGUE: Ipswich v Redcar 7.30, Plymouth v Leicester 7.30, Somerset v Berwick 7.30FRIDAY JUNE 8: