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Sheffield Tigers v King’s Lynn Stars

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League Cup Final, 2nd Leg 2022

Owlerton StadiumPenistone Rd, Sheffield, S6 2DE

50 - 34
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Date Tapes Up Competition Season Additional Info
Wednesday, November 2, 2022 7:30 pm League Cup Final, 2nd Leg 2022 Abandoned after 14 Heats (Rain) - result stands. Sheffield win 101-73 on aggregate

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SHEFFIELD sealed their first ever top-flight silverware on Wednesday as they were crowned 2022 Premiership League Cup winners.

The Tigers rounded off the season with a 50-34 home win over King’s Lynn and a 101-73 aggregate triumph following victory on the road in Norfolk last month.

The start time was delayed by 50 minutes to enable extra track work to be carried out following further heavy afternoon downpours.

And there were plenty of tight tussles and entertaining battles once the action did commence, before more rain ended the tie a race early following Heat 14.

Adam Ellis (10), Tobiasz Musielak (9+1) and Connor Mountain (9+1) led the way for the Tigers whilst Richard Lawson gave an outstanding display for the Stars to score 14, and Richie Worrall added 9+1.

Sheffield boss Simon Stead said: “I think we’ve got what we deserved.

“We’ve been consistently brilliant all season so the fact that we’ve got a bit of silverware to show for our efforts come the end of the year is what we deserve.

“I think we’ve got to say a big thanks to the track staff, the fans for turning up, the riders for giving it 110 per cent and the referee (Chris Durno) for being on-side – November speedway is never going to be pretty, but the track actually came really good and we saw some great racing out there.”

PREMIERSHIP LEAGUE CUP FINAL, 2nd leg
SHEFFIELD 50: Adam Ellis 10, Tobiasz Musielak 9+1, Connor Mountain 9+1, Kyle Howarth 7+2, Sam Masters 7+1, Lewis Kerr 5, James Wright 3+1
KING’S LYNN 34: Richard Lawson 14, Richie Worrall 9+1, Thomas Jorgensen 3+1, Frederik Jakobsen 3, Jason Edwards 3, Tom Brennan 2+1, Nicolai Klindt r/r
Abandoned after 14 heats due to rain – Result STANDS
Sheffield win 101-73 on aggregate

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Photo credit: CHARLOTTE FLANIGAN