Poole claimed their biggest ever league victory at the Norfolk Arena when for the second time in as many nights they punished the King's Lynn Stars with some excellent gating..
It wasn't just the cloud cover that stopped the stars from shining but the powerhouse performance of the ReadyPower Pirates as the Dorset side charged into second place in the Elite league table.
The 'ReadyPower' Pirates maintained their push for a top spot in the Elite league with a comfortable home win over Leicester and moved to within just two points of second place, currently occupied by Wolverhampton who have ridden four matches more than the Pirates.
MX Motorcycle devotee, Michael Brueford, and the Darcy Ward Foundation (DWF) are launching an appeal to anyone whose bucket list might include a parachute jump to come and be part of an adrenaline charged fundraiser in September.
Swindon and Somerset rider Charles Wright will deputise for the absent Bjarne Pedersen in tonight's meeting at Wimborne Road,
'ReadyPower' Pirate Adam Ellis will be the beneficiary of a cheque from the Riders' Equipment Fund ahead of tonight's meeting against Wolverhampton.
The 'ReadyPower' Pirates produced one of their best all-round team performances of the season to overcome a high-flying Wolverhampton side at Wimborne Road and move into third place in the Elite league table.
Bjarne Pedersen has been forced to withdraw from the Pirates two meetings this week having had to return to Denmark to attend to urgent family matters.
Poole's scheduled meeting for tonight - 1st August - against Leicester has been postponed due to inclement weather which is forecast to settle in for the rest of the day. The Pirates' home meeting on Wednesday against Wolverhampton is still scheduled to go ahead as planned
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