Another change of race-night sees the Volvo Cars Poole Pirates head back into action earlier than normal following their return to winning ways last Wednesday, when they open the doors on Monday (21st) night for the visit of basement side Leicester.
POOLE boss Matt Ford has made an early move into the team planning business for the 2018 season.
The Volvo Cars Poole Pirates ended their six-match loss sequence which included five home losses, but beating the club they last won against, Wolverhampton.
With the VOLVO CARS POOLE PIRATES having suffered a miserable August so far, they next face the might of defending Elite league champions at Wolverhampton (Wednesday 16th).
Poole slumped to a club record breaking sequence of successive home defeats as they were beaten for the fifth time in as many meetings at Wimborne Road, equalling their fourth biggest home league defeat following their 30-60 thumping against the all-firing Rye House Rockets.
POOLE welcome back Australian youngster BRADY KURTZ for their home meeting this week when they host the visit of the Rye House Rockets.
VOLVO Cars Poole Pirates will be facing a busy Bank Holiday at the end of this month with two fixtures in one day.
Poole were unable to replicate their achievements of three weeks earlier when they had become the first team in 16 meetings to beat the Wolves, but they didn't go down without a fight.
The Volvo Cars Poole Pirates have another Monday night on the road when they travel to Wolverhampton this week.
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