PIRATES reserve Kacper Woryna beat world champion Jason Doyle for the second time in eight days – but admitted he still wasn’t happy.

Woryna defeated Somerset’s Doyle in an SGB Premiership meeting at the Oaktree Arena last week and managed the same feat in the Knockout Cup at Wimborne Road on Wednesday.

However, despite racking up 10 paid 12, the Polish racer could not prevent his team spiralling out of the competition.

Asked if it had been a good night for him, Woryna said: “Not really, because we lost.

“Even when you score 15 points, I don’t think it’s a possible to be happy when the team loses.

“I was struggling at the beginning and couldn’t fit into the track but luckily I sorted things out and went well in the last few races."

Congratulated by presenter Nigel Leahy on twice beating Doyle, Woryna said: “That’s because of Middlo because he said: ‘You can do it, mate’.”