The Volvo Cars Poole Pirates did what they needed to do as they kept themselves in pole position for the final play-off spot.
Skipper Hans Andersen weighed in with a splendid four ride paid maximum as the Volvo Cars Poole Pirates overcame an early set-back to keep their play-off hopes alive.
Volvo Cars Poole Pirates eventually got their two-meetings-in-a-day off to a great start with 53-40 win over play-off qualifiers Belle Vue, after seeing an early 10 point lead reduced to a single point deficit.
Rye House hit the Pirates hard from the off in this crucial Premiership fixture with the final play-off spot looking to be straight shoot out between these two clubs.
Volvo Cars Poole Pirates saw off a resilient Leicester Lions side to register one of their best scores of a troubled 2017 season.
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.
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.
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