After snatching a defeat from the jaws of victory on Monday night, the Poole Ready Power Pirates put in a performance with a point to prove on Wednesday when for the second successive home meeting they broke the 60 point barrier, with a comprehensive team performance.
Poole Ready Power Pirates squandered their hopes of being level with league leaders Coventry after Wednesday night when they failed to maximise their advantage against struggling Wolves.
Poole owner Matt Ford will be on BBC Radio Solent this afternoon (18th July) from around 3pm.
Maciej Janowski has been crowned a GP winner at his fifth attempt - his 12 points over the 20 heats earning him top ranking as the Latvian GP was abandoned prior to the semi-finals.
The Speedway Control Bureau have ruled that the result of the Coventry v Poole league match which was abandoned after 10 heats on Monday June 1st will stand following their recent investigation to the events that prevailed on that night.
A catastrophic start to their meeting got mildly better as the meeting progressed but the Pirates couldn't quite maintain their sequence of picking up some league reward for their efforts, eventually going down by 8 points to the rejuvenated Swindon Robins.
Swindon Robins have confirmed their team changes that will enable them to accommodate Darcy Ward who missed out on a team place with the Pirates this year due to his world ban imposed by the F.I.M.
They may have been absent from Wimborne Road for three weeks but the Poole Ready Power Pirates certainly hadn't forgotten how to ride the Dorset track as they put Lakeside Hammers to the sword with a trouble-free 60-30 league win that more than satisfied their captain Maciej Janowski.
Poole captain Maciej Janowski bounced back quickly from his three point yield in the British GP at Cardiff to be crowned Polish champion on Sunday evening.
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