Poole's polestars Maciej Janowski and Przemyslaw Pawlicki are both just 5 rides away from a place of right in the 2015 Grand Prix series after successfully negotiatiing their qualifying rounds on Saturday.
Speedway fans can enjoy a night of excitement at Wimborne Road at heavily discounted prices as the Poole management offer one of their 'special rates' evenings.
Without their points plundering pair of Poles, Maciej Janowski and Przemyslaw Pawlicki due to PZM start permissions not being granted in view of their world championship qualifying engagements this week the makeshift Pirates were already facing a tough task against a Coventry side anxious to displace them in the league table standings.
With two unbeaten performances and two other riders only dropping a point a-piece the Coastal Aluminium Pirates returned to winning ways with an emphatic 25 point victory over the league's newest club Leicester.
GREAT BRITAIN's Tai Woffinden followed up his Prague victory with a triumph in Malilla to take a single point advantage in the world championship series.
TAI Woffinden is ready to step up his planning for the big £100,000 charity fund raising project for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity - and you could be directly involved.
Three Poole Coastal Aluminium Pirates all made it safely through to the final 32 riders that will maintain hopes of reaching the 2015 Grand Prix series.
POOLE's meeting against Wolverhampton was abandoned due to bad weather after just three completed heats.
Josh Grajczonek will visit a facial specialist today to hopefully determine the next phase of his recovery.
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