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ELITSERIEN | BACK-TO-BACK MAXIMUMS FOR LAMBERT

European champion Robert Lambert made it two 15-point maximums in as many days as Lejonen stormed into the Bauhaus Elitserien semis.

23 / 09 / 2020, 20:36

European champion Robert Lambert made it two 15-point maximums in as many days as Lejonen stormed into the Bauhaus Elitserien play-off semi-finals with a 60-30 win over Piraterna on Wednesday.

After going through the card unbeaten in Motala in Tuesday’s first leg, Lambert produced another perfect five rides as the table-topping Lions won their quarter final tie with the league’s basement club 119-61 on aggregate.

Danish star Nicolai Klindt also impressed for the Lions on 12 paid 13, while Rohan Tungate tallied a straight 12. Peter Kildemand was Pirates’ top performer on nine points.

Elsewhere, Aussie star Jason Doyle came back to haunt former club Rospiggarna, powering to 13 paid 14 points for Vastervik as they reached the semi-finals with a 53-37 victory in Hallstavik.

Doyle was well supported by fellow Aussie ace Sam Masters, who raced to 11 paid 13, while Linus Sundstrom bagged a straight 11 and Artem Laguta collected eight paid 10 as Vastervik won 99-81 on aggregate.

Latvian international Andzejs Lebedevs was Rospiggarna’s top scorer on 12 paid 13 points.

SGP duo Max Fricke and Niels-Kristian Iversen both contributed 12 points for Indianerna as they ended Dackarna’s title hopes with a 51-39 win in Malilla.

Fricke raced to 12 paid 14, with Iversen collecting 12 paid 13. Rising Danish star Jonas Jeppesen tallied 10 points. Denmark’s Frederik Jakobsen enjoyed a superb night for Dackarna on 16 points, but the Malilla men went down 104-75 on aggregate.

In the day’s other quarter final, Masarna star Nicki Pedersen picked up 13 points as his side booked their place in the last four. The Avesta outfit lost 49-41 in Vetlanda, but a 61-29 triumph last night saw them progress with a 110-70 win on aggregate. Antonio Lindback scored six paid seven.

Poland’s Szymon Wozniak topped the home side’s scorechart on 12 points, while Peter Ljung notched nine paid 10.

The semi-finals take place on Tuesday and Thursday next week with Lejonen facing Masarna and Vastervik taking on Indianerna.

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

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