Rebels overcome deficit to reach the next round

PUBLISHED: 09:18 16 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:18 16 May 2014

Todd Kurtz and Pontus Aspgren.

Todd Kurtz and Pontus Aspgren.

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The Somerset Rebels reached the quarter-finals of the Knockout Cup after overcoming a 14-point first leg deficit.

THE Cases Somerset Rebels overcame a 14-point deficit in the second leg of the Premier League Knockout Cup to progress to the next round.

They delivered an emphatic 60-30 win over Workington Comets to reach the quarter-finals after they had wiped out the advantage in the space of five races at the Oaktree Arena.

The Rebels provided 11 of the 15 heat winners, with former Somerset rider Josh Grajczonek scoring half of the Workington total.

Olly Allen top scored for the Rebels with 11 points, earning him the rider of the night award. He was well backed up by Pontus Aspgren (10+2), Charles Wright (9+1), Brady Kurtz (9+1), Paul Starke (8+2), Todd Kurtz (7) and guest Stuart Robson (6+2).

Somerset will now face Ipswich, who enjoyed a bye in the first round.

League action returns to the Oaktree Arena tomorrow (Fri), with the visit of the Redcar Bears.

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