Poole were unable to replicate their achievements of three weeks earlier when they had become the first team in 16 meetings to beat the Wolves, but they didn't go down without a fight.
A former Poole rider was amongs the number of fans disappointed that the weather put paid to the hopes of speedway racing at Wimborne Road, but Ron Preston was treated to a night of hospitality from Poole boss Matt Ford.
Due to the inclement weather forecast for Wednesday (2nd August) an early decision has been made to postpone the scheduled fixture between Poole and Belle Vue.
Title-favourites Belle Vue showed their pedigree with a convincing 28-point victory over the struggling Pirates, restricting their visitors to just one race winner.
The final chapter of the Volvo Cars Poole Pirates effectively begins this week as they face home and away contests with league leaders Belle Vue Aces, beginning on Monday with a trip to the National Stadium.
For the second time in the matter of 8 days the Swindon Robins gave the Pirates a lesson in gating as the Wiltshire club picked up an untroubled three league points and on the back of their eight straight victory move into second place and leave Poole anchored in fourth place in the table.
Poole's stand-in team manager Matt Ford has issued a warning to his 2017 side ahead of tonight's visit to Swindon.
The pages of the record books were well thumbed as statisticians looked to find the last time that a Poole side had lost four consecutive league matches in a row - a fact that dates back some 35 years, but with Somerset becoming the fourth side to raid the Pirates ship in as many home meetings, Poole have now suffered such a bad sequence of results three times in their history.
BRADY KURTZ gambled on his rib injuries to try and give his world U21 title aspirations as he returned to the saddle in Poznan, Poland for the first of the three-round championship, but victory went to the son of former Pirate Slawomir Drabik, Maksym.
Season Starts March 2018 (for 2017 table click here)