TALISMAN Chris Harris has urged his Pirates team-mates to leave King’s Lynn with no regrets as the Dorset club aim to crown their 70th anniversary season with the SGB Premiership title.

Poole will tomorrow travel to Norfolk for the second leg of the play-off final, a 53-37 advantage from the first leg giving them a fighting chance ahead of a duel on a track on which the Stars excel (7.30pm).

Mid-season signing Harris has been one of the catalysts for Pirates’ dramatic upturn in form and the Cornishman, a triple Elite League winner with Coventry, has issued a rousing call to action for his Poole colleagues.

He told the Daily Echo: “When you go out on track, you have got to put everything out there. It’s no good driving home after a loss and saying ‘we should have done this or that’.

“In the first leg on Monday we gave it 110 per cent but on Wednesday we have to give it 150 per cent.

“It’s a good lead to have. We would have been happy with 10 points so 16 is good. It will be a different story on Wednesday but we’re capable of going there and winning.

“I don’t believe we need to defend. If you do that, you start watching the score and you panic. We need to go there as if it is 0-0 and go for the win.

“King’s Lynn were top of the league for a reason and are good at home.

“Last time we went there, we got hammered but I have confidence in the boys. We can do the job.

“Everyone is fighting for each other, which is what it’s all about. We have worked hard to get here and don’t want to let it slip.

“We have a good, solid team. Everyone is chipping in and scoring points and that’s what you need to do to win a league.

“It’s no good one person scoring 15 and the rest scoring four or five. You need a steady flow which is what we have.”

All of Harris’s three top-flight league titles came at Coventry, the most famous of which was in 2010, when the Bees roared back from the bottom of the league to grab glory.

With Poole having been bottom of the Premiership at the start of July, a similar scenario could yet play out.

Asked how winning with Poole would compare in terms of the level of achievement, Harris said: “I’d say about the same. They are different times in my career. I was a lot younger and a lot fitter then!

“When you win a league title, it’s always different. But it would mean the same to me to win for Poole as it would for Coventry.

“I’m a winner and I want to win as many league titles as I can before I retire.

“I came here to get to the final. I didn’t want just to make up the numbers.”