Poole Pirates completed a successful defence of their Elite League speedway title with a 90-71 aggregate win over Coventry Bees in the Grand Final on Monday.
Poole Pirates are the Elite League Speedway champions once again after beating Coventry Bees 90-71 on aggregate to successfully defend the title they won last year.
There was an eventful start to the second leg of the Elite League Speedway Grand Final between Poole Pirates and the Coventry Bees when Chris Harris crashed into his own teammate, Max Fricke during Heat 3.
Poole Pirates will take a 37-34 lead into the second leg of the Elite League Speedway Grand Final against Coventry Bees after the first leg was abandoned due to wet weather.
Coventry captain Chris Harris thinks it was right to abandon leg one of the Speedway Grand Final due to bad weather, but is confident of bouncing back when they travel to Poole on Monday for the second leg.
Poole Pirates beat both the weather and King's Lynn to progress to the Elite League Speedway Grand Final where they will face the COventry Bees.
The Elite League semi-final second leg between Poole and King's Lynn has been postponed until Friday evening due to a waterlogged track.
A round up of all the action from the Speedway Elite League on the 6th October.
Coventry boss Gary Havelock called his side sensational as they progressed to the Elite League final after victory at Swindon.
Kyle Howarth completed a great night's work for the Coventry Bees as he won Heat 15.
Poole Pirates have beaten Kings Lynn in the first leg of speedway's Elite League play-offs. But it was very close. The Pirates won by just a point - 45-44.
Poole boss Neil Middleditch was happy to be proved right in choosing to go to Kings Lynn first whilst Kings Lynn boss Rob Lyon says his side are still in it.
The Poole Pirates claimed a 3-3 in Heat 15 to take a vital one point advantage into the second leg.
Swindon boss Alun Rossiter felt his side could have performed better whilst Coventry boss Gary Havelock was happy to win the meeting.
James Sarjeant produced a brilliant ride to come from behind and take the win in Heat 9 for the Coventry Bees against the Swindon Robins.
A round up of all the action from Belle Vue's double header with Coventry and King's Lynn.
Poole Pirates raced to the top of the Elite League table with a comprehensive 50-40 win over Coventry Bees.
With Poole Pirates leading 33-27, Coventry Bees needed to take the initiative in heat 11 at Coventry Stadium in speedway’s Elite League.
Swindon Robins team manager Alun Rossiter says his riders were 'on fire' in their 60-31 victory over Coventry Bees.
Coventry needed points in the third heat to prevent Swindon from pulling away.
Coventry Bees took a step closer to the play-offs after beating the Swindon Robins 53-40 in a meeting filled with controversial refereeing decisions.
Chris Harris produced a great ride as he went from third to first to fend off the tactical ride from Swindon in Heat 11.
Swindon boss Alun Rossiter slammed the referee whilst Coventry manager Gary Havelock was proud of his side after they beat the Robins 53-40.
A battle for this year's play-off is well under way.
The Poole Pirates have moved a step closer to the play-offs after beating the Wolverhampton Wolves 59-36 at Monmore Green.