CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Hammers in vital victory

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Horspath Hammers produced a terrific performance to beat Ipswich Eagles 91-84 in their Elite League encounter.

The clash of the two standout teams was also close, with Horspath six points ahead at halfway, and extending this by a further one by the close.

RESULTS

Elite League

Ipswich Eagles 84 (J Brooke 18+1, A Hill 14+1, L Roberts 13, L Mower 11, A Peck 11, C Rumbold 6+1, J Chittock 6, M Hill 5), Horspath Hammers 91 (M Boaler 18+1, L Nowacki 14+1, M Paradzinski 14, L Osbourne 12+1, C Timms 12+1, Z Payne 9+1, O Riley 7+1, A Johnson 5.

Elite League Combination

Ipswich Eagles 98 (B Harvey 13, R Fellgett 12+1, L Jacobs 10, O Buxton 8+2, P Bacon 7+2, F Harris 6, A Harvey 3), Horspath Hammers 69 (O Riley 14+1, J Richardson 14, M Boaler 12, Z Payne 11+1, A Johnson 9+1, G Horsley 9).

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