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King’s Lynn Stars Elite League meeting at Rye House postponed

PUBLISHED: 13:18 09 August 2017 | UPDATED: 13:19 09 August 2017

King's Lynn Stars' captain Robert Lambert is hopeful of being fit for his side's trip to Wolverhampton on Monday evening. Picture: Ian Burt

King's Lynn Stars' captain Robert Lambert is hopeful of being fit for his side's trip to Wolverhampton on Monday evening. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Stars’ Elite League clash against Rye House was postponed due to a waterlogged track.

The heavy rain in the morning and more inclement weather forecast for the rest of the day saw Rye House decide to postponed the meeting and a new date will be announced in due course.

The Stars are next in action on Friday night away at Belle Vue before another trip on Monday evening to Wolverhampton.

The Stars’ next meeting at the Adrian Flux Arena is against Leicester next Wednesday when anything but victory against the Elite League basement boys would end their faint hopes of making the play-offs.

It has been a troubled campaign for the Stars with owner Buster Chapman instigating a shake-up of his line-up which saw both Chris Holder and Troy Batchelor leave.

The new line-up are yet to taste victory with their latest loss against Somerset on Monday coming live in front of the BT Sport cameras.

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