Red-hot Ricky Wells punched up the numbers as he continued his fine form at Scunthorpe Scorpions. Picture by Nigel Duncan Media

SGB Championship: Scunthorpe Scorpions 37, Edinburgh Monarchs 53.

Scunthorpe: Ryan Douglas 7, Carl Wilkinson 6, rider replacement for Lewis Kerr, Michael Palm Toft 8, Dimitri Berge (guest) 7, Richard Hall (guest) 6, Josh Bailey 3

Edinburgh: Sam Masters 8, Josh Pickering 6, Erik Riss 12, Max Clegg 4, Ricky Wells 12, Mark Riss 11, Mitchell Davey 0

Edinburgh Monarchs powered to victory at Scunthorpe Scorpions after surviving an early scare.

The Armadale combine were 16-8 behind after four heats but got into gear to win ten straight heats to stay on top of the ten-strong SGB Championship.

They ran out 53-37 winners to complete an early league double over Scorpions.

Ricky Wells continued his fine form with 12 points and German racer Erik Riss roared back after a disappointing score against Redcar Bears on Friday to also collect 12 points.

SGB Championship: Glasgow Tigers 46, Workington Comets 44

Glasgow: Aaron Summers 12, Dan Bewley 2, Richard Lawson 11, Nike Lunna 5, Richie Worrall 11, Tom Perry 3, Jack Smith 1

Workington: Craig Cook 13, Mason Campton 4, Ty Proctor 4, Adam Roynon 7, Thomas Jorgensen 6, Matt Williamson 9, Rob Shuttleworth 1

Glasgow Tigers were forced to come from behind to shoot down fired-up Workington Comets.

The home side lost the first two heats to go 8-4 behind and only drew level after the seventh race at 21-21.

Battling Tigers went ahead for the first time after Heat 12 with a 37-35 scoreline and it was tense after that with the sides entering the final race with Tigers leading 43-41.

Former Edinburgh Monarchs star Craig Cook won the heat but in-form Richie Worrall and skipper Aaron Summers took second and third places for a 3-3 and a 46-44 win.

Summers was Tigers top scorer with 12 while Worrall and former Comets rider Richard Lawson collected 11 points each.

Cook was Workington’s best with 13 points but their Reserves could have been the difference.

Tom Perry and Jack Smith scored four points for Tigers while Matt Williamson collected nine and Rob Shuttleworth one for the visitors.