Restricted to just two race winners the Volvo Cars Poole Pirates suffered their third successive league defeat of the season as a rampant Wolverhampton side offered them no mercy.
VOLVO CARS Poole Pirates face last year’s Premiership runners-up Wolverhampton on Monday, just five days after reigning league champs Swindon won at Wimborne Road.
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Facing the defending league champions the 'Volvo Cars' Poole Pirates could find no answers to the sharp-trapping, pacey Swindon Robins and succumbed to a heavy 38-52 league defeat.
REIGNING Premiership league champions Swindon provide the opposition for the Pirates next Wimborne Road action (Wednesday 7.30pm).
The resilient Pirates secured a valuable away point as Peter Kildemand and Josh Grajczonek held their nerve in a tense heat 15 thriller to bank a 5-1 over previously unbeaten Max Fricke and Aces number one Craig Cook as the meeting closed out 47-43 in favour of the Aces.
Following their opening league triumph on Wednesday night, the Volvo Cars Poole Pirates travel to Manchester on Monday knowing that victory would give them an early league double over the Belle Vue Aces.
Four of the special Yarmouth septet have been confirmed for Poole Speedway’s mouth-watering 70th Anniversary meeting, which will see low-cost admission prices applied.
Poole's visit to Leicester, which became another victim of a postponement last Monday has now been given a new date.
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