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King’s Lynn Stars v Sheffield Tigers

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Premiership KO Cup, Quarter-Final, 2nd Leg 2023

Adrian Flux ArenaSaddlebow Road, Kings Lynn, PE30 5LA

34 - 56
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Date Tapes Up Competition Season Additional Info
Monday, April 24, 2023 7:30 pm Premiership KO Cup, Quarter-Final, 2nd Leg 2023 Sheffield win 114-66 on aggregate

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SHEFFIELD charged into the KO Cup semi-finals with a massive 56-34 away win at King’s Lynn – to complete a 48-point aggregate victory.

The Tigers maintained their superb recent record on trips to the Adrian Flux Arena with No.1 Jack Holder scoring a 14+1 paid maximum, whilst Richard Lawson (11+1) was also unbeaten as he made a late guest appearance against his former club.

They now await the conclusion of the Belle Vue/Wolverhampton tie before discovering their opponents in the last four, whilst the Stars were left to lick their wounds, Krzysztof Kasprzak top scoring with 9+1.

Sheffield manager Simon Stead said: “We treated King’s Lynn with respect, we went about our business how we always do with the aim of winning on the night, and the lads were fully committed and focused on finishing the job we started at Owlerton a few weeks ago.

“We were just very, very good and it was a really nice way to get back to it after losing at Ipswich last week.”

King’s Lynn boss Alex Brady said: “I’m not afraid to pull my punches, I let the riders know my feelings during the meeting and I’ve let them know again in the changing rooms afterwards.

“All I can say is I hope they can produce a reaction, because we seriously need one. We knew it would be tough to qualify because we didn’t do ourselves justice away, but the expectation was to come here and win, and run it as close as we could, and even from Heat 1 onwards we weren’t in contention.”

PREMIERSHIP KO CUP, QF, 2nd leg
KING’S LYNN 34: Krzysztof Kasprzak 9+1, Thomas Jorgensen 8+1, Frederik Jakobsen 5, Simon Lambert 4+1, Michael Palm Toft 4, Nicolai Klindt 3+1, Jason Edwards 1.
SHEFFIELD 56: Jack Holder 14+1, Richard Lawson 11+1, Kyle Howarth 9+1, Lewis Kerr 7+2, Adam Ellis 7+1, Dan Gilkes 5, David Bellego 3.
Sheffield win 114-66 on aggregate

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