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- Swindon Robins 55 Lakeside Hammers 37 after heat 15
- ROBINS: Peter Kildemand (1'-3-3-3) 10+1; Dakota North (2-3-FX-3-2') 10+1; Simon Gustafsson (3-R-3-0) 6; Nick Morris (2-1-2'-3-3) 11+1; Troy Batchelor (R-2'-2-1) 5+1; Nathan Greaves (3-1'-2'-R) 6+2; Steve Worrall (2'-2'-3-0) 7+2.
- HAMMERS: Davey Watt (3-3-2^-2-1) 11; Richard Lawson (0-3-1-1'-0) 5+1; Lewis Bridger (2-1-R-2) 5; Kyle Newman G (0-1-3-1') 5+1; Mikkel Bech (1'-2'-2^-R) 5+2; Ben Morley (0-0-1) 1; Paul Starke G (1-0-R-2-2) 5.
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That's it for tonight, but make sure you're back with us on Monday as the Robins travel to Eastbourne.
Simon Gustafsson replaced Morris at heat leader, and scored a solid six which included two heat wins.
"It's good to be a heat leader, we all want to be number one so it's a move in the right direction.
"Six is alright, although I want to be scoring 10-plus every week, but this was an okay start."
Nick Morris top scored with 11+1 tonight and was pleased to contribute well having dropped down to second string.
NICK MORRIS GETS THE BUMPS AFTER WINNING THE PL PAIRS WITH SOMERSET
"It was really good tonight, I know it is an easier number but I've been working so hard and it's nice it worked.
"There's still work to do and my last three rides were really good, so that's helping me get my confidence back.
"Everything feels better and it showed tonight."
Some words from Alun Rossiter now after his side moved into the Elite League play-off spots after tonight's victory.
“I’m really happy because everyone contributed and the boys dug so deep and produced,” he said.
“Troy didn’t have the best of nights but was still paid for six, so when we have two paid for 11 and one for 12 we can cope with that.
“Nick needs the confidence and is a little low but that will really help him, being at heat leader at 20 is tough and he’s still learning, so this will be really good for him.
“Nathan had a good night but is still learning and it’s all very positive.
“I’m still sure we’ll make the play-offs, people like to be down about it but I’m still really confident we will make it in.”
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ROBINS WIN 55-37
Heat 15: Morris, North, Watt, Lawson;67.85 - 5-1 (55-37)
Really good team riding in turn one from the Aussie pair beats their more experienced countryman to end the night on a high.
North, Morris, Lawson and Watt in heat 15
That's all the points secured with one race to go.
Heat 14: Morris, Starke, Newman, Worrall; 67.64 – 3-3 (50-36)
Morris secures all the points for the Robins as he bullies through Starke on the back straight to take the win.
Heat 13: Kildemand, Watt, Batchelor, Bech R; 66.89 – 4-2 (47-33)
Kildemand rounds them all to take a superb victory from turn one, with Batch third.
Heat 12: North, Starke, Lawson, Greaves F; 67.58 – 3-3 (43-31)
North makes a great first corner and wins. Greaves falls off chasing Lawson but it’s still been a great night for him.
Heat 11: Newman, Batchelor, Watt (tac), Gustafsson; 67.71 – 2-5 (40-28)
Watt takes tactical number two but it’s Newman who wins, beating Batchelor well. Gustafsson tried every line but couldn’t pass Watt for third.
Maybe Bridger should have allowed Bech through there. Would only have gained an extra point but they all count.
Watt on another tactical now
Heat 10: Kildemand, Bridger, Bech (tac), North X; 67.12 – 3-4 (38-23)
North is excluded for slipping off on his own and, in the re-run, Kildemand passes Bridger superbly with Bech nowhere.
North slides down in turn one and is excluded. Seems a little harsh.
Bech jumps by a mile and red lights are on. All four back
Mikkel Bech goes in black and white
Heat nine: Worrall, Greaves, Morley, Starke R; 67.89 – 5-1 (35-19)
Worrall, as expected, wins with ease and Greaves cruises by Starke, who had mechanical issues, to back him up.
Much more comfortable now, but heats 10 and 11 may well give the visitors a chance to use black and white.
Heat eight: Gustafsson, Morris, Lawson, Bridger; 66.27 – 5-1 (30-18)
Gustafsson makes the gate but Morris has to work really hard to pass Lawson and back up his partner.
Ronnie and Terry Russell are currently on the track having a good old look at turn one.
Robins well on top of this without ever looking excellent. They'll still win.
Heat seven: North, Worrall, Newman, Morley; 68.21 - 5-1 (25-17)
Robins 5-1 from the gate.
Strange meeting this, so far. Still backing the Robins to win.
Heat six: Watt, Bech, Morris, Gustafsson R; 66.11; - 1-5 (20-16)
Bech squeezes Morris out on the back straight of lap one and the race is done.
Heat five: Kildemand, Batchelor, Bridger, Newman; 66.65 – 5-1 (19-11)
Bridger makes a good gate but goes wide in turn one and it’s a Swindon maximum.
Heat four: Lawson, Morris, Greaves, Starke; 66.77 – 3-3 (14-10)
Two races in one. Morris can’t pass Lawson but Greaves does well to hold off Starke despite a dash to the line.
Heat three: Gustafsson, Bridger, Bech, Batchelor R; 66.77 – 3-3 (11-7)
Gustafsson gates and goes but Batchelor pulls up and is not happy with the referee. Not sure why.
Heat two: Greaves, Worrall, Starke, Morley; 68.80 – 5-1 (8-4)
Calm and assured from Greaves as he makes a good start and cruises home.
Heat one: Watt, North, Kildemand, Lawson; 65.30 – 3-3 (3-3)
Watt makes the gate from three and wins.
A couple of guests for the Hammers tonight. Paul Starke and Kyle Newman in for Adam Ellis and Kim Nilsson.
That's the parade done and dusted and we're not far away from the start of tonight's meeting.
I see a close home win tonight 46-44. Come on you robins #adverspeedway (@ Swindon Robins Speedway in Swindon) https://t.co/KOl1jTWbJJ— @redmonster53 07 August 2014
The Robins are back to full strength, with Simon Gustafsson returning from Swedish Championship qualifying duty.
Lakeside Hammers are in town this evening, with the Robins looking to improve on a pretty poor evening at Poole last night.
Good evening one and all. Here we go for another night of speedway.
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