The Hammers take on the Wolves

PUBLISHED: 11:02 22 June 2015 | UPDATED: 11:02 22 June 2015

Kim Nilsson of Lakeside Hammers (pic: Rob Newell/TGSPHOTO)

Kim Nilsson of Lakeside Hammers (pic: Rob Newell/TGSPHOTO)

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Lakeside look to make it two wins in a row

The Vortex Hammers will look to gain revenge on the Midlander’s from the two point home defeat they suffered back in April, when they take on the Wolves at the Arena Essex Raceway tonight (Monday).

The Hammers will be looking for a repeat of their performance against the Stars on Friday night when they ended their run of home defeats with a hard fought 11 point victory over the King’s Lynn Stars.

Tonight’s action against Wolverhampton, will see both teams at full strength, as the home side seek revenge from earlier in the season when former Hammer Peter Karlsson helped his team take maximum heat advantages in the last two heats to snatch victory.

Hammers fans are reminded that Adult and Concession admission for Monday’s meeting will be just £10 on production of the match day programme purchased at last Friday’s King’s Lynn match.

Tonight’s match starts at 7.30pm at the Arena Essex Raceway where tickets may be purchased at the pay booths on the night or in advance via the Club’s website at


Vortex Lakeside Hammers:

Andreas Jonsson, Mikkel Bech, Edward Kennett, Richard Lawson, Kim Nilsson, Adam Ellis, Ashley Birks.

Wolverhampton Parrys International Wolves:

Fredrik Lindgren, Jacob Thorssell, Tobais Musieilak, Ricky Wells, Peter Karlsson, Lewis Blackbird, Josh Bates.

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