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BARTEK BAGS MAX FOR VETLANDA

World No.2 Bartosz Zmarzlik blasted to a 15-point maximum for Vetlanda as they defeated Rospiggarna 52-38 in the Swedish Elitserien.

21 / 05 / 2019, 21:05

World No.2 Bartosz Zmarzlik blasted to a 15-point maximum for Vetlanda as they defeated Rospiggarna 52-38 in the Swedish Elitserien on Tuesday.

Zmarzlik’s flawless five rides led the way for his side, while former SGP star Troy Batchelor and Dominik Kubera weighed in with nine each.

Aussie star Max Fricke responded with 12 paid 13 for the visitors. Andreas Jonsson added eight paid nine, Jason Doyle raced to a straight eight and Robert Lambert recorded six paid eight.

Elsewhere, world champion Tai Woffinden racked up 13 points for Indianerna as they claimed a 45-45 draw in Vastervik.

Woffy was well supported by nine paid 12 from 2012 world champion Chris Holder and nine paid 11 from club legend Piotr Protasiewicz. Peter Ljung powered to 13 for the hosts, while Bartosz Smektala notched nine paid 10.

Masarna’s Swedish duo Kim Nilsson and Antonio Lindback led the charge again for the Avesta outfit as they thrashed injury-ravaged Dackarna 53-37.

Nilsson piled up 14 paid 15 points, while Lindback scored 13 paid 14 and Oskar Fajfer added 10 paid 11. Oliver Berntzon led the Dackarna scoring on 12 paid 13, with Vaclav Milik tallying 10.

But with Polish pair Maciej Janowski and Patryk Dudek missing due to injury and Greg Hancock still taking a break from the sport to care for wife Jennie while she battles breast cancer, the club is short on top-end power.

In the day’s other meeting, a 15-point haul from Freddie Lindgren couldn’t save Smederna from a 48-42 loss away to Lejonen.

Tomas H Jonasson top-scored for the Gislaved team on 10 paid 11, while Maksym Drabik raced to a straight 10. Lindgren was supported by 10 paid 11 from Michael Jepsen Jensen.

For full details of the day’s results, scorers and the latest league table, click here: http://bit.ly/2H344uP.

 

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