Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Second Home Loss 'A Wake-Up Call' ; SPEEDWAY

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Second Home Loss 'A Wake-Up Call' ; SPEEDWAY

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IT was far from the result Belle Vue had wanted when they faced off against a reinvigorated King's Lynn Stars last night after conceding a 41-49 victory to their visiting rivals from Norfolk.

It was all about restoration of pride for the Roger Warnes Transport Stars after enduring one of their toughest seasons to date which has left their Elite League Play Off ambitions all but in tatters.

The hosts were without high-flying Max Fricke once again due to an unfortunate fixture clash in Denmark. British champion Danny King was called upon to substitute.

The evening began in typical fashion for the Rentruck Aces but their opponents, desperate to avoid another beating, started to bite back with equal ferocity.

In one of the closest home matches in Belle Vue's recent history, King's Lynn made certain not to produce an encore of their last clash with the Mancuninas. …

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