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Poole Coastal Aluminium Pirates claimed their 6th league title since the championship was decided under a play-off scheme 13 years ago. The defending league title holders fended off Coventry Bees 53-37 to win 90-71 on aggregate and finally exorcise the memories of 2010 when the Midland side stole the title after finishing 22 points behind Poole at the end of the regular league campaign.
Maciej Janowski couldn't quite replicate his 2012 Torun-staged GP performance when he made the semi-finals but showed that he can certainly be a force to be reckoned with when he steps up full-time in the series next season, as he finished with 7 points in the final round of this year's series replacing the suspended Darcy Ward. Janowski was delighted to be involved in the meeting especially on the very night his mentor Greg Hancock secured his third world championship title.
Supporters who wish to reserve a table in the Stadium restaurant for Monday night's second leg semi-final tie against King's Lynn are reminded that bookings need to be made by calling the Stadium direct on 010202 677449.
The Pirates hold a single point lead against the Norfolk Stars as they bid to secure their place in the Play-Off finals for the 5th consecutive campaign.
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