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Bees aces' dress rehearsal; speedway.

Byline: By Mike Berry

COVENTRY'S Morten Risager and Sebastian Ulamek gear up for Monday's Elite League title decider at Belle Vue with a championship showdown in Denmark this afternoon.

Coventry's teenage Dane,

a key figure with paid 10 in Monday's 54-41 first leg victory over the Aces, and Polish import Ulamek both ride for Fredericia in the second leg of the Danish League play-off final at Holsted.

Fredericia are bidding to end Holsted's recent domination of the Danish League crown by coming out on top in the four-team final.

Risager, 17, said: "Second place should be enough, but if we are lucky third place could be sufficient for us to take the title.

"I didn't ride in the first leg because of my Coventry commitments, so I am looking for a good meeting today."

Fellow Bee Joonas Kylmakorpi also rides in this afternoon's meeting for Brovst.

Spotlight on the Bees:

See Pages 32 & 33


CHALLENGE ... Morten Risager
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Sep 24, 2005
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