FRIDAY night's Elite League match at Abbey Stadium between Swindon and Poole has been postponed because of a waterlogged track. It will be restaged on Monday April 6, 4.30pm whilst today's morning fixture has been scheduled for Wednesday 29th July.
Poole Ready Power Pirates will be hoping that it will be a case of them being the 'early bird' on Friday morning and not opponents Swindon Robins when they begin the defence of their Elite league title at 11am.
Defending league champions Poole ReadyPower Pirates have moved to bring back Josh Grajczonek on a temporary basis following the injury to fellow Australian Dave Watt.
Poole's talisman Dave Watt has suffered a broken foot and ligament damage whilst racing in Poland on Sunday.
It was honours even as Somerset produced two maximum heat advantages in the last three heats to peg back the Poole 'Select' in this challenge contest.
Poole Ready Power Pirates retained the Elite Shield despite their 46-43 defeat at King's Lynn and losing the services of number one Chris Holder with a wrist injury.
Poole Speedway have a vacancy for a turnstile operator/cashier to work on racenights at the stadium.
Poole Speedway unveiled a new hero in the guise of debutant Paul Starke as they built up a 14 point lead from the first leg of the Elite Shield ahead of Thursday's concluding leg at King's Lynn.
Poole captain Maciej Janowski opened his 2015 British speedway season with a third place finish in the Elite League Riders' Championship staged at Leicester on Saturday evening.
Eight 2015 SGP riders will be heading for Leicester on Saturday evening (7.30pm) as the British season stages its first major event of the 2015 campaign, the Elite Rider's Championship, and a brace of those Grand Prix stars will be flying the flag for Poole.
Season Starts March 2018 (for 2017 table click here)