RESERVE rocket Drew Kemp banged in a double-figure score for Pirates against Plymouth but insisted: “There’s a lot to learn.”

The GB youth international picked up 10 points from four rides as Pirates sealed an emphatic 58-32 triumph on home shale, to end up with a 106-74 Knockout Cup quarter-final aggregate success.

Kemp grabbed race wins in heats two and seven on Wednesday evening, while trailing guest number one Chris Harris in heat 11.

A rare error when ahead in heat 14 saw Kemp surrender a lead to Michael Palm Toft – but it was still a strong evening for the 19-year-old.

He said: “It’s nice to win a couple of races and to have a good night. I made some good starts, which is good.

“There’s a lot to learn. I messed up that last race myself but it’s my second meeting here this year.

“The more meetings that go on, the more I’ll learn and, hopefully, I can keep banging in these points consistently.”