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Kent Kings remain second in the National League after back-to-back away matches.
Captain Simon Lambert top-scored with 13 points on his return from a broken hand as Kent lost 55-36 at Stoke Potters on Saturday.
But Kings made amends with a 56-32 success at Buxton Hitmen on Sunday.
In-form Benji Compton aggravated a wrist injury at Stoke as Kent, with No.1 rider Ben Morley on Elite League duty, went down by 19 points.
Morley returned at Buxton where vice-captain David Mason was the star of the show by scoring a paid maximum.
Lambert (14) claimed four heat wins, with Morley adding 10 points.
Kent's Bank Holiday Monday challenge match against Arena Essex was postponed due to a waterlogged track at Central Park.
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