Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Skipper's Delight at Facing Wolves in Final

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Skipper's Delight at Facing Wolves in Final

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BELLE Vue captain Scott Nicholls is confident the Rentruck Aces can be crowned Elite League champions after demolishing Lakeside 112- 69 in their play-off semi-final.

A mere eight points was the deficit going into the second leg at the National Speedway Stadium on Wednesday, where the home team were without Australian Max Fricke due to clashes with the Swedish finals.

But their guest on the night - former Belle Vue Ace Patrick Hougaard - put in his shift of 6+1 to cover for the 20-year old, who is expected to return to the side for next week's Grand Final.

Skipper Nicholls was delighted with his side's performance, while his own contribution of 12+2 will certainly have settled the nerves ahead of the club's two biggest meetings of the season. …

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