An industrious performance from the Ready Power Pirates earned them the bragging rights over their closest rivals Coventry in a high fuelled speedway affair as Poole moved three points clear at the top of the Elite league.
Poole's two representatives in the Monster Energy SWC Final, Chris Holder and Maciej Janowski both top-scored for their respective nations but the top honours were fought out between the Scandinavian teams from Sweden and Denmark.
A perfect 21 point maximum for GB's Tai Woffinden wasn't enough to push the Lions into Saturday's Monster Energy FIM Speedway World Cup Final as Poland, led by Poole skipper Maciej Janowski, achieved their goal for the injured Jaroslaw Hampel.
Chris Holder scored 11 points for Australia as they inched into Saturday's Monster Energy FIM Speedway World Cup Final sending Team GB into Thursday night's Race Off.
Poole skipper Maciej Janowski scored 13 points along with former Pirate Przemyslaw Pawlicki in the opening round of the 2015 SWC finals for a Poland side seriously hampered through the loss of GP rider Jaroslaw Hampel in Gniezno on Saturday.
Some clubs have a Captain Fantastic but in Maciej Janowski the Poole Ready Power Pirates can boast a Captain Phenomenal. The Pole delivered his sixth unbeaten performance since joining the Pirates and his second of the season as he headlined a hugely convincing Pirate showing that took them to the top of the Elite League.
Poole Ready Power Pirates moved to within three points of Coventry with two matches in hand as for the second time this season they yielded four league points at the home of the league leaders.
Pirates’ Dakota North and Paul Starke each pocketed a share of a £1,000 cheque presentation from the Riders Equipment Fund ahead of last Wednesday's meeting at Wimborne Road.
Poole Speedway are saddened to hear of the recent loss of two of their former riders Cyril Roger and Arne Pander .
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