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last of the seven canonical hours just before retiring


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Berwick Bandits: Ricky Ashworth (captain), David Bellego, Lee Complin - rider replacement, Robin Aspegren, Sebastian Alden, James Sarjeant (guest), Klaus Jakobsen.
Complin, who is third in Berwick's averages, could be sidelined for some time.
SCORERS: Stuart Robson 14, Chris Kerr 12, Aaron Summers 11, Lee Complin 10, David Howe 10, Joe Haines 10, James Wright 10, Taylor Poole 9, Gary Havelock 8, Richard Lawson 7, Carl Wilkinson 6, Adam Roynon 6, Arlo Bugeja 3, Tomas Suchanek 3, Peter Juul 1, Ben Wilson 0.
And then Barker continued his impressive night with an inspired first lap to get the better of Woffinden as Smolinski, on borrowed machinery, passed Complin on lap four with the Wolves reserve subsequently falling.
Vissing was excluded and Complin then beat Morris to give the home side a narrow 46-43 win on the night.
We lost Jason King at Newcastle, when an opposing rider reared up and smashed into him, breaking his arm, then at Ipswich Seb Alden came down on his own, sustaining a hand injury and the next night, skipper Lee Complin was winning a race, but a chasing opponent seemed to hit him from behind.
The Bandits found their scoring touch more often in the latter stages and Swedish star Alden won his last three races, Ashworth beat Robson in heat 11 and followed it up with two paid victories, while Lee Complin came from the back of the field to take heat 12.
SPEEDWAY: Skipper Lee Complin confirmed he will ride for Berwick Bandits at Sheffield Tigers tonight despite two dislocated fingers, cracked ribs and a sore back he sustained in a heavy crash during last Saturday's 52-38 home win over Scunthorpe Scorpions.
LEE COMPLIN admitted he can't wait to turn out for high-flying Glasgow Tigers ahead of today's visit of Ipswich Witches.
That left the Bandits with the impressive Complin - who came alive after a lukewarm start - and Clews as the only riders who looked capable of putting up a genuine challenge, though Jade Mudgway came good in spurts.
STOKE: Ben Barker, Jesper Kristensen, Klaus Jakobson, Lee Complin, Sam Simota, Henning Loof, Tom P Madsen.
SCORES: Lee Richardson 14, Edward Kennett 13, Chris Harris 12, Tai Woffinden 11, Scott Nicholls 10, Simon Stead 9, Lewis Bridger 8, David Howe 8, Daniel King 8, James Wright 6, Joe Screen 5, Ricky Ashworth 5, Lee Complin 4, Jason Bunyan 4, William Lawson 2, Jason King 1.
1, Lee Complin, was also severely reduced after he was involved in a tangle with Brummies' guest Craig Branney in heat five which saw Complin fall awkwardly on the back straight.
LINE-UP: Jacek Rempala (Berwick), Tai Woffinden (Rye House), Chris Holder (Isle of Wight), James Wright (Workington), Tomas Topinka (King's Lynn), Jason Lyons (Birmingham), Daniel Nermark (King's Lynn), Andre Compton (Sheffield), Michal Rajkowski (Newport), Kaj Laukkanen (Edinburgh), Gary Havelock (Redcar), Magnus Zetterstrom (Somerset), Trent Leverington (Glasgow), Kyle Legault (Mildenhall), Josef Franc (Newcastle), Lee Complin (Stoke).
The highlight for Berwick was a big win in heat 10 for Robin Aspegren as Lee Complin and Ipswich's Morten Risager battled well all race, with the Witch taking second in a Bandits' 2-4.