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DAVEY'S DACKARNA DEAL

Australian international Davey Watt has been drafted in by Swedish Elitserien leaders Dackarna to replace the injured Darcy Ward.

16 / 05 / 2013, 12:44

Australian international Davey Watt has been drafted in by Swedish Elitserien leaders Dackarna to replace the injured Darcy Ward.

Despite being without the double World Under-21 champion for their first two meetings, the Malilla outfit triumphed in their opener at Hammarby before beating Piraterna on Tuesday.

Ward is set to spend five weeks out recovering from the broken shoulder blade he sustained at the Fogo Swedish SGP on May 4.

Watt, who also races for Lakeside in the British Elite League and Polish Ekstraliga new boys Gniezno, is comfortably the oldest rider in a very young Dackarna side at 35.

The club hopes his experience and scoring will offer back-up to riders like SGP star Freddie Lindgren, World Under-21 champion Michael Jepsen Jensen and Polish sensation Patryk Dudek.

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