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SGP DUO RACE TO VETLANDA MAXIMUMS

SGP stars Bartosz Zmarzlik and Artem Laguta both blazed through the card unbeaten for Vetlanda as they triumphed 54-36 at home to Piraterna.

25 / 06 / 2019, 23:01

SGP stars Bartosz Zmarzlik and Artem Laguta both blazed through the card unbeaten for Vetlanda as they triumphed 54-36 at home to Piraterna in the Swedish Elitserien on Tuesday.

Zmarzlik roared to a 15-point maximum, while Laguta racked up 14 paid 15 to inspire a dominant display. Joint World Under-21 Championship leader Dominik Kubera also starred on 11 paid 12.

Danish ace Niels-Kristian Iversen was Pirates’ top performer on 10, while Pawel Przedpelski added eight paid nine.

Elsewhere, 2018 Norrbil Swedish SGP winner Maciej Janowski powered to 12 paid 13 points in Hallstavik as Dackarna dealt another blow to Rospiggarna’s fading play-off hopes with a 48-42 away win.

Magic wasn’t the only Pole to hit top form as Patryk Dudek and Piotr Pawlicki picked up 10 paid 11. This year’s Hallstavik wild card Oliver Berntzon scored five points.

Former world champion Jason Doyle was Rospiggarna’s leading scorer on 10 paid 11 points, while Robert Lambert tallied 10. World No.2 Andreas Jonsson added eight paid 10.

Danish star Michael Jepsen Jensen notched up 16 paid 17 points for champions Smederna as they claimed a 47-43 victory away to Indianerna. He was aided by nine paid 10 from Freddie Lindgren.

Czech racer Vaclav Milik led the Indians scoring on 11 paid 13, while Chris Holder collected 11 paid 12.

In the day’s other meeting, Sweden’s Antonio Lindback stormed to 12 points for Masarna, but it couldn’t save them from a 54-36 loss away to Vastervik.

Danish racer Peter Kildemand got back to his best with an 11 paid 12-point maximum, with triple world champion Nicki Pedersen tallying a straight 10. Krzysztof Buczkowski recorded eight paid 10.

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

 

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