Chris Holder's 2016 World Championship title assault began with a rostrum finish in Krsko, Slovenia.
WEDNESDAY evening’s scheduled Elite League match at the Adrian Flux Arena between King’s Lynn and Poole has been postponed because of a waterlogged track. A new date will be announced in due course.
Bjarne Pedersen, Poole's second all-time highest points scorer is on his way back to the Dorset club and will make his first Pirates appearance since 3rd September 2014 when he guested for Darcy Ward, on Wednesday night when the Pirates visit King's Lynn
Poole and Plymouth rider Kyle Newman has been admitted to hospital and will be out of action for at least a week.
Poole's promising young Australian Brady Kurtz has been ruled out of this evening's trip to Coventry (7.30pm) after being struck down with a flu bug.
Poole ReadyPower Pirates saw a brght, encouraging start to this meeting finish in heart-break in the most dramatic of circumstances as Chris Harris saved the day for the home side.
Coventry arrived fully intent on trying to rock the form book and were certainly giving the Pirates plenty to contend with in the early exchanges until the Pirates' Powerhouse kicked in.
Visitors to the Dolphin Shopping Mall in the centre of Poole will be able to get a glimpse of the ReadyPower Pirates thanks to a window display generously donated by the centre management.
Poole's promising reserve Adam Ellis missed out on lifting the British U21 final at Sheffield last evening, gaining overall third place after automatically qualifying for the all-deciding final race.
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