SKIPPER Josh Grajczonek reckons there is plenty more to come from Pirates as they prepare to renew rivalries with Belle Vue.

Pirates beat the Manchester side 50-40 in their SGB Premiership opener on Wednesday after playing catch-up for more than half the meeting at Wimborne Road.

Grajczonek was Poole's second-highest scorer on eight points but declared himself unhappy with his display.

However, the 28-year-old praised the efforts of winter recruits Kacper Woryna, Linus Sundstrom and Mateusz Szczepaniak.

Speaking ahead of tomorrow's away clash with the Aces, Grajczonek said: "It was touch and go but we kept our cool and once a few of us got dialled in, we started banging in the points.

"Kacper and Linus both got going and so did Szczepaniak as well. I wasn't too happy with my performance. I had a few good races but nothing to brag about.

"For the first meeting, it was good but there's plenty more to come from us once we get going. I think we will be sweet once we get a couple more meetings under our belt."

Meanwhile, Pirates' trip to Leicester has been rearranged for Monday, July 30.