The outpouring of support for injured Darcy Ward extends far beyond the speedway family as Swindon Town Football Club chairman Lee Power epitomised at the weekend.
Poole Speedway are looking for a suitable person to become the new mascot of the club for 2016
Despite taking four attempts to get the opening heat underway, the Ready Power Pirates wasted little time in confirming their place in their 6th successive Elite league play-off final.
Pirates extended their unbeaten run at Coventry in a tense and close fought first leg semi-final play off on Friday night but headed home with mixed feelings over the final result.
SPEEDWAY supporters will be able to get their hands on some Darcy Ward souvenirs over the next few days - with all proceeds going towards the fund-raising for the injured Australian star.
Poole skipper Maciej Janowski was squeezed out of the top eight scorers in the 2015 MITAS Slovenian FIM Speedway Grand Prix on the aspect of countback after finishing on equal points with his Pirates' team-mate Chris Holder and second Australian Troy Batchelor, but has edged his way back into an automatic qualifying place for 2015.
Local business and Poole club sponsors Alan & Thomas Insurance Group are doing there thing today in support of Darcy Ward.
Poole have made their choice for the semi-final play-offs which commence on Monday 14th September.
Hundreds of Poole fans literally got right behind the 'Ready Power' Pirates ahead of the defending league champions' final league match of the season and collectively showed their love and support for the injured Darcy Ward.
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