Battling King's Lynn Stars suffer narrow home defeat to Belle Vue The Stars were up against oakly shades it after some sluggish starting early on and trailed by 10 points heading into the interval.
But a stunning ride from Robert Lambert to come from the back and lead an 8 1 with Kai Huckenbeck whilst on a tactical ride in heat 11 gave them hope. A 5 1 from Lambert and Chris Holder in heat 13 ensured they forced a last heat decider yet former Stars' man Kenneth Bjerre took the chequered flag to ensure the hosts fell agonisingly short. Team boss Dale Allitt admitted they were bitterly disappointed to suffer another home defeat as they were left to rue their nightmare start to the meeting. Kai Huckenbeck. Picture: Ian Burt "I thought we showed oakley juliet lenses a lot of character to fight back from oakley red sunglasses 10 down," Allitt said. "The black and white helmet worked well and we got a good result in heat 13 which put us right back in it. "But it just wasn't quite enough in the end, black and gold oakleys and it makes it twice as disappointing to lose it in the last race after coming from so far behind.
"We were outgated a bit early on, and a couple of riders changed things with their bikes which meant we came into it later on, but we just left ourselves a bit too much to do. "What we'll do now is what we always do, we'll regroup and move forward ahead of the second leg of our cup tie at Wolverhampton on Monday and our away meeting in the Premiership at Belle Vue next Wednesday.".
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