King’s Lynn announce revised fixture list

King's Lynn today announced a revised 2011 Elite League fixture list following official confirmation Coventry and Peterborough will race in the the top flight.

Lynn will race the reigning champions and their local rivals four times, but in order to retain the same amount of league fixtures (14 home and 14 away) Elite League clubs have had to rank their five preferential opponents.

King's Lynn chose to meet Coventry, Peterborough, Belle Vue, Eastbourne and Swindon home and away on two occasions. To accommodate the expanded fixture list, the club will not race in this season's Elite League KO Cup competiton.

The Stars will travel to Peterborough on June 9 and September 1 and Coventry on June 17 and July 1.

The Bees will visit the Norfolk Arena on May 25 and August 10 and the Panthers are scheduled to be at Saddlebow on July 20 and and August 31.


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Potential play-off fixtures and the traditional Pride of the East will be arranged in due course.

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King's Lynn's revised 2011 Elite League fixtures

April

14th Swindon v King's Lynn

22nd Kings Lynn v Poole EL 7pm

27th Elite League Pairs (Niels-Kristian Iversen and Kenneth Bjerre)

May

4th Kings Lynn v Eastbourne EL

5th Birmingham v Kings Lynn EL

7th Eastbourne v Kings Lynn EL

21st Lakeside v Kings Lynn EL

25th Kings Lynn v Coventry EL

June

4th Eastbourne v Kings Lynn EL

8th King's Lynn v Belle Vue EL

9th Peterborough v King's Lynn EL (new)

17th Coventry v Kings Lynn EL (new)

22nd King's Lynn v Wolves EL

July

1st Coventry v Kings Lynn EL (new)

6th Poole v Kings Lynn EL

20th King's Lynn v Peterborough EL

27th King's Lynn v Eastbourne EL

28th Swindon v Kings Lynn EL

August

1st Belle Vue v Kings Lynn EL

3rd Kings Lynn v Swindon EL

10th Kings Lynn v Coventry EL

15th Wolves v Kings Lynn EL

24th King's Lynn v Birmingham EL

31st King's Lynn v Peterborough EL

September

1st Peterborough v Kings Lynn EL (new)

7th Reserved for rain off

14th Reserved for rain off

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