Sunday July 21, 2019
WOLVERHAMPTON are gearing up for their annual ‘School’s Out’ fixture as they take on Peterborough at Monmore Green on Monday (7.30).

It’s the first home meeting of the summer holidays and there are plenty of additional attractions to keep spectators of all ages entertained.

It’s free admission for children aged 12 and under and there will be kiddies rides upon entry to the stadium.

Fans will have the chance to test their reactions with the Beat the Starter competition on one of four-times World Champion Greg Hancock’s Grand Prix bikes.

There will also be an opportunity to walk the famous Monmore Green circuit as the club hold their annual collection for the Speedway Riders’ Benevolent Fund.

But there’s plenty riding on the main event when the Parrys International Wolves go head-to-head with Peterborough in the Premiership.

And they know a home win is a must as they aim to move level on points with Swindon.

Team boss Peter Adams said: “The riders have been hurting after the past couple of results so I expect to see some form of a response.

“Peterborough may have injury problems at the minute but they have put a very attractive team together and it could well be another meeting that goes down to the wire though.

“But it’s down to us to learn from the last few meetings and we need another win at home that’s for sure.”

The hosts are at full strength while the visitors have booked three-times British Champion Chris Harris and British Finalist Lewis Kerr to guest and include former Wolves riders Scott Nicholls and Ty Proctor.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Rory Schlein, Ryan Douglas, Jacob Thorssell, Nick Morris, Sam Masters, Kyle Howarth, Luke Becker.
PETERBOROUGH: Chris Harris, Ty Proctor, Scott Nicholls, Charles Wright, Rohan Tungate, Aaron Summers, Lewis Kerr.

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