The 'ReadyPower' Pirates have been given an eve-of-meeting boost as Chris Holder has been declared fit to return to action after damaging his wrist on Sunday in Poland.
As results goes this 6 point defeat at Wolverhampton was one of the surprises of the season as few expected the short-handed Pirates to run the Wolves quite so close.
The ReadyPower Pirates are in track action again on Monday but will do so without any of their top THREE riders.
The Pirates put a bit of a squeeze on Mark Lemon' Aces and showed their "bounceback-ability" by returning to winning ways against the league leaders to not only gain three league points but a big confidence boost after their disappointing Bank Holiday performances.
The 'ReadyPower' Pirates just couldn't find that all important breakthrough against the league leaders Belle Vue that might have gained them a consolation point, as they went down by 8 points in the first of their two Bank Holiday meetings.
The Pirates' Bank Holiday blues extended into their evening contest at Leicester where they came away pointless making it a fruitless day for the Pirates.
Jason Doyle produced a stunning ride to claim the Gorzow GP title edging out reigning world champion Tai Woffinden, with Chris Holder enduring a tough battle with home favourite Bartosz Zmarzlik for third.
Poole Speedway are saddened to learn of the death of former rider Ronnie Genz who passed away at the age of 86 on Saturday.
The ReadyPower Pirates face a tough Bank Holiday Monday with two on-the-road meetings as they face sides in contrasting positions in the Elite league table.
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