Poole Pirates claimed two valuable league points in a nail-biting league encounter at Wolverhampton to make it a bountiful Bank Holiday.
Poole Coastal Aluminium Pirates made heavy weather amidst tricky conditions of maintaining their unbeaten home record this season and although they eventually managed a 48-42 triumph the result meant they dropped a league point to a determined bottom of the table Birmingham outfit.
COMEBACK kid Kyle Newman was the beneficiary of the first handout of the season by the Rider's Equipment Fund.
No strangers to strong finishes themselves the Poole Coastal Aluminium Pirates saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end as hosts Belle Vue fired in three consecutive 5-1 heat scores to close the meeting out and produce a scoreline that belittled the Pirates' efforts.
World Championship Grand Prix racing hailed its 32nd winner when Krzysztof Kasprzak claimed his first ever GP win in a blistering final as he completed a great night's performance and wiped out the curse of 2013 when he left the Bydgoszcz circuit pointless.
From hospital to hero, Przemyslaw Pawlicki produced a stunning last lap at Swindon on Good Friday to secure Poole all three league points as they maintained their unbeaten start to the season.
POOLE's injury list grew by one again as they lost the services of Przemyslaw Pawlicki during his second ride, but the Pirates rallied as a unit to earn a comprehensive 56-34 victory over the Swindon Robins to earn them three more league points and give themselves a 22 point advantage going into tonight's meeting in Wiltshire which will decide the Elite Shield Winners.
A selection of photographs from the lens of our track photographer Dave Fairbrother
up to and including 27th September