Leicester Lions picked up their first points of the Elite League season with a convincing 50-42 win over the Swindon Robins at the Beaumont Park Stadium, live on Sky Sports. The home side had previously lost all four meetings in 2016, but were dominant throughout proceedings despite a late rally from the Robins. Szymon Wozniak was the star for the Lions scoring 11+1 while Jason Doyle was the leading man for the Robins with 15.Leicester were in control from the off, building up an eight point lead after four heats with a heat two maximum from Paul Starke and Josh Auty laying down a marker for the rest of the evening. Another heat advantage in heat five forced Robins boss Alun Rossiter to put Doyle on a tactical ride. However, Wozniak put in a fantastic ride to hold off the Australian Grand Prix star to ensure the away side could only claw back two points. Chris Louis chose Szymon Wozniak as his rider of the night after his great performance in Heat 6 Rohan Tungate was in good form for the visitors winning his second heat in heat seven but two consecutive 5-1s from the Lions gave the bottom club a commanding 16-point lead after nine heats. This sprung the Robins into action and they got their first maximum of the evening in heat 10 thanks to Doyle and Justin Sedgmen. Heat 13 proved crucial as Leicester clinched victory at Beaumont Park Stadium Charles Wright and Stefan Nielsen clawed back two more points for the away side with a 4-2 win in heat 12 giving the Robins a chance of taking something away from the meeting and it looked a distinct possibility when Josh Grajczonek and Tungate reduced the deficit to just eight points going into the final heat.However, the home side ensured the Robins would go home with nothing despite Doyle winning heat 15 as Wozniak and Patrick Hougaard kept Nick Morris at the back to share the heat and record a 50-42 win.The next live meeting on Sky Sports is on Wednesday 27th April as Belle Vue host Poole Pirates at the National Speedway Stadium. Also See: Bet on Speedway with Sky Bet Wholesale Air Max Australia . -- Adam Snyder returned to the San Francisco 49ers this season because the offensive lineman thought it was his best opportunity to win a championship. Air Max Australia Running Shoes . 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The Tigers pushed their current winning streak to nine consecutive matches, including six straight sweeps over their opponents.Redshirt junior Melanie Crow (Wildwood, Mo.) led Mizzous attack with 11 kills. Crow also added 10 digs on defense to secure her sixth double-double of the year. The Tiger newcomers .417 hitting percentage also marked her highest hitting total in SEC play this season.Sophomore Alyssa Munlyn (Suwanee, Ga.) was sensational yet again at middle blocker, recording nine kills on .562 hitting. Munlyn has hit .300 or higher in all five SEC matches this season, including three consecutive matches of .500 or higher hitting.Junior Courtney Eckenrode (The Woodlands, Texas) continued her impressive stretch at setter, tallying 30-plus assists for the ninth consecutive match.Mizzou used strong serving to key its 25-22 opening set triumph. The Tigers recorded four aces, led by redshirt junior Kira Larsons (Fargo, N.D.) two superb strikes from behind the line. Three Tigers tied for the team-lead in kills with three apiece.Mizzou stepped up its offensive attack in the second set, improving its hhitting percentage by nearly 0.dddddddddddd60-percent. Auburn led 15-13 midway through the set, but the visiting Tigers used a late 7-0 run to take control. Crow and Munlyn each tallied three kills apiece to lead the Tigers offense. Crow also recorded her first ace of the evening, as four Mizzou players had at least one aces through two sets played.The visiting Tigers dominated in the third set, en route to a match-clinching 25-15 triumph. Freshman Andie Hanus (Omaha, Neb.) made her NCAA and Mizzou debut late in the set and instantly made an impact with a key assist. Junior Sydney Deeken (California, Mo.) also subbed in late for the Tigers and quickly tallied two kills and one service ace.UP NEXTMizzou concludes its weekend at home on Sunday, Oct. 9, against Arkansas. 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