The 'Volvo Cars' Poole Pirates will be intent on building on their success of last week as they confront a solid-looking Wolverhampton side on Wednesday night at the Wimborne Road stadium.
Heatherlands and Manorside schools will be looking to join Longfleet in the semi-finals of the Poole Speedway schools football tournament when they line up at Wimborne Road on Wednesday.
Both Brady Kurtz and Linus Sundstrom saw their dreams of being in the GP Challenge smashed despite both hitting double figures in their respective qualifiers.
The 'Volvo Cars' Poole Pirates will now visit King's Lynn for the re-arranged SGB Premiership league meeting on Monday 23rd July, the original fixture having been postponed on 25th April
DESPITE providing the fewer number of race winners the Volvo Cars Poole Pirates "brought the House down" to end their run of league defeats with a 47-43 win over Rye House.
WIMBORNE ROAD fans will have to wait a little longer before they can see the Pirates' latest signing, Richie Worrall, in action.
Football will return to Poole Stadium tomorrow when Poole Speedway hosts the first round of matches in a special Poole schools tournament.
Rivalry renews against the Rye House Rockets on Wednesday night as the Volvo Cars Poole Pirates seek swift revenge for their last time out defeat by the Hoddesdon side.
A moment of desperate bad luck for Poole reserve Stefan Nielsen when his throttle grip worked lose causing him to lose power out of the second turn of the last lap of heat 14 whilst leading effectively ended any hopes of Poole claiming a league win for which their lesser lights had worked tirelessly for at Rye House.
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