Robins maintain perfect start
Swindon too good for Stars
By Graeme Bailey - Tweet me: @skygraemebailey. Last Updated: April 13, 2012 6:29pm
Mads Kornleliussen: Maximum came to nothing at Swindon (Pic credit Speedway365)
Swindon Robins' perfect start to the new season continued with a 50-43 win over King's Lynn Stars.
The Robins have now reeled off three successive wins as Alun Rossiter's new look side impress.
RESULT AND SCORERS:
Hans Andersen 11+1, Peter Kildemand 10+2, Nick Morris 10, Simon Stead 9, Jason Doyle 5+1, Robin Aspegren 3+1, Troy Batchelor 2+1
KING'S LYNN 43
Mads Korneliussen 15, Maciej Janowski 10, Niels-Kristian Iversen 9+2, Daniel Nermark 5, David Howe 4, Kevin Wolbert 0, Michael Palm Toft 0
Swindon went behind after the first heat, but come heat four they were ahead and never looked back.
By Heat 10 they were ten points up and that allowed Stars main man and former Swindon ace, Mads Kornleliussen, to take a tactial ride and he made no mistake.
But the result of the meeting was never in doubt as The Robins, led by Hans Andersen claimed the seven-point win which gave them maximum poins.
Andersen led the scoring with paid 12, but again the real star for Swindon was reserve Peter Kildemand who came home with 10+2.
Australian youngster Nick Morris was also hugely impressive as he claimed double figures.
King's Lynn's top order in Korneliussen, Maciej Janowski and Niels-Kristian Iversen were impressive but they had little back-up.