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After an intermittent schedule of home fixtures Poole Ready Power Pirates begin a sequence of four successive Wednesday night home league matches which are likely to have a huge bearing on the shape of the end -of-season play-offs as arch rivals Swindon are due to visit twice, the first of which is this Wednesday (29th July).
Dackarna rider Nicki Pedersen put his home track knowledge to perfect use as he charged to his 15th all-time Grand Prix victory but was unable to make any inroads into series leader Tai Woffinden as they both finished their night in Malilla, Sweden on 17 GP points, Woffinden working his way to the runners-up spot ahead of wild card Antonio Lindback.
If facing a side unbeaten at home was not a stern test in itself then losing the services of a key rider of the capabilities of Chris Holder before a wheel had been turned and then falling 10 points behind in the space of the first five heats was simply making things significantly tougher but the Poole Ready Power Pirates suffered the agony of a last heat concession to deny them an unlikely but would have been deserved victory at King's Lynn.
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