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EKSTRALIGA | WOFFY'S WROCLAW MAX

World champion Tai Woffinden powered to a 15-point maximum as Wroclaw triumphed 49-41 at home to Zielona Gora in the PGE Ekstraliga.

14 / 04 / 2019, 20:32

World champion Tai Woffinden powered to a 15-point maximum as Wroclaw triumphed 49-41 at home to Zielona Gora in the PGE Ekstraliga on Sunday.

Woffy continued his blistering start to 2019 by going unbeaten over five rides, with SGP rival Maciej Janowski also impressing on 11 paid 12. Maksym Drabik weighed in with nine paid 10.

Danish icon Nicki Pedersen racked up 11 for Falubaz, with Martin Vaculik adding 10 paid 11 and Patryk Dudek 8.

Elsewhere, GP Challenge winner Janusz Kolodziej roared to 13 points in Torun as champion Leszno triumphed 48-42.

Emil Sayfutdinov also starred for the visitors on 10, while Bartosz Smektala bagged nine paid 11 and Piotr Pawlicki picked up nine paid 10.

Former world champion Jason Doyle led the Torun scoring on 15. Niels-Kristian Iversen notched 12 paid 13 and Chris Holder collected 11 paid 12.

 

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