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THERE is a glimmer of light in Birmingham’s bid to return to the sport for 2015 after closing earlier in the year.
Former boss Tony Mole, who brought the club back to the sport in 2007, has bought a range of equipment back from the administrators and is hosting a meeting of interested financial parties on October 3.
SCOTT Nicholls guests for King’s Lynn this evening as they bid to return to the top of the Elite League table at home to Lakeside.
Nicholls is in for injured number one Niels-Kristian Iversen, while Kenneth Bjerre is also looking to shake off the effects of a crash he suffered in Saturday’s Nordic GP.
THE Swedish league semi-finals resume this evening, with Vetlanda taking on Rospiggarna in the second leg of the team’s clash. Rospiggarna lead 47-43 after the first leg.
EASTBOURNE boss Trevor Geer was pleased to see a little fight in his riders as they ended their season with two defeats at Belle Vue last night.
“There was a bit of fight in them at the end. It was a little bit of what we have needed from them all season. Bjarne and Joonas got going in the second meeting of the night and we got a point out of it.” (Brighton Argus)