NICOLAI Klindt admitted his disappointment after finishing 12th in the Danish final.

The Pirates charger, who missed Thursday’s 47-43 SGB Premiership defeat to Peterborough due to the individual event, totalled four points from five rides at the national showcase in Holsted.

Reacting to his performance, the Outrup-born star posted on his official website: “Am I disappointed? Yes, very much!

“I truly believed I could deliver and create a really good result and I had good gut feeling, but it wasn’t to be.

“Even though I made good starts, my decisions were wrong which put me in positions where I got passed or made mistakes.

“Looking back, I should probably have settled for the place I was in after the start instead of thinking I could pass the guy in front of me, especially since I was out after every track grading, which wasn’t ideal.

“But sometimes you have one of those days where it all goes sideways and there is nothing you can do about it. I have to learn from my mistakes and move on!”

Kenneth Bjerre (18) sealed the overall victory with Niels Kristian Iversen (13) second. Rasmus Jensen (12) took third spot. Poole’s Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen totalled three points on the night.