BEN Cook produced a strong showing for Poole Pirates in their victory over Birmingham Brummies before declaring: "You're never happy until you win them all, are you!?"

The Aussie made a blistering start at Wimborne Road, showing great turns of speed to win both heats three and five, in 5-1 maximums alongside Richard Lawson.

That included a victory over Birmingham's number one Claus Vissing in heat five, where Cook recorded the fastest race win of the night in 59.69 seconds.

The 24-year-old then added four more points to his tally later on in the meeting, to end the night with nine from his four rides, comfortably his highest tally of the season so far.

Reflecting on his night's work, as Pirates went on to win 54-36, Cook told Pirates TV: "It was a good start, first two heats wins, which is good.

"Overall very happy, but you're never happy until you win them all, are you!? But it's definitely a step in the right direction."

Asked what the key was to showing blistering speed early on in the meeting, Cook said: "A few things, just learning each week really.

"Made a few changes (on Wednesday) and it's worked. A few more and hopefully get four wins, that'll be the goal. But so far, so good."

Cook is now set for a few days off before Pirates return to action at Plymouth Gladiators on Tuesday.

"Don't know what to do with myself this week, but it's all right. It will get busy sooner or later and we'll be firing," said the Cowra-born talent.