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Speedway: Lakeside Hammers Lawson and Ellis fail to impress in British Final

PUBLISHED: 11:00 12 June 2018

Richard Lawson in action (Pic: Shane Chittock)

Richard Lawson in action (Pic: Shane Chittock)

SHANE CHITTOCK

Lakeside Hammers duo Richard Lawson and Adam Ellis were unable to make any real impact during the 2018 Sports Insure British Final.

Captain Lawson tallied six points, with a second place in his second outing his best performance behind outgoing Champ Craig Cook.

And while Adam Ellis got his night off to a dream start, beating experienced former internationals Scott Nicholls and Chris Harris, he was unable to add to his opening three points.

The meeting was won by King’s Lynn Stars skipper Robert Lambert.

Lakeside are back in action this Friday (June 15, 8pm) when they host Berwick at the Arena-Essex Raceway in what promises to be a thrilling Championship clash.

SCORES: Robert Lambert 15, Craig Cook 11, Dan Bewley 10, Jason Garrity 10, Scott Nicholls 10, Kyle Howarth 10, Rory Schlein 9, Danny King 8, Chris Harris 7, Josh Auty 7, Richard Lawson 6, Lewis Kerr 5, Adam Ellis 3, Steve Worrall 3, Richie Worrall 3, Ashley Morris 3, Jack Smith (res) 0, Kyle Bickley (res) 0.

SEMI-FINAL: Bewley, Garrity, Nicholls, Howarth.

FINAL: Lambert, Bewley, Cook, Garrity.

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