Friday May 05, 2017
BRITISH Semi-Final winner Kyle Howarth is confident he can help Wolverhampton add to their SGB Premiership tally at Somerset tonight (Friday, 7.30).

The 23-year-old continued his stunning form and booked his place in the 2017 British Final by winning the qualifying event at Sheffield on Thursday.

High on confidence, Howarth insists a patched up Parrys International Wolves are more than capable of getting something out of their clash at The Oaktree Arena.

Said Howarth: "It's definitely not going to be easy because Somerset are still buzzing after their win at Belle Vue and they always fancy their chances at home.

"But we're on a good run ourselves and even though we're without Freddie (Lindgren), Sam (Masters) and Mark (Riss), I think we can still come away with something.

"Thursday was a brilliant night for me and it's boosted my confidence even more. It was a really tough, top quality line-up at Sheffield so to come out on top meant a lot to me and I was really pleased.

"I just want to keep the ball rolling now and hopefully I can play a big part at Somerset."

SOMERSET: Rohan Tungate, Paul Starke, Charles Wright, Patrick Hougaard, Josh Grajczonek, Jake Allen, Jan Graversen.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Robert Lambert (guest), Kyle Howarth, Rory Schlein, Jacob Thorssell, Richie Worrall (guest), Ellis Perks (guest), Nathan Greaves.

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