The last league matches in Europe are over. The Glasgow Tigers squandered a 10-point lead from the first leg, and Paul Pirates eventually won the double.

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Steve Worrall is in the lead

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Unfavorable weather conditions at the end of the previous month meant that the finals of the tournament (Tier 2 in Great Britain) did not take place until the beginning of November.

In the first match, the Glasgow Tigers were able to jump away from their rivals and get 10 points.

In Thursday’s rematch at Wimborne Road, the Buccaneers sped away to catch up. They needed eight races to bring them to a tie in total.

Soon after, they secured their championship win and in doing so finished the season with the double crown. Earlier “Pirates” won the knockout cup tournament.

The hosts’ leaders are Daniel King and Rory Schellin, who previously had the Farewell Championship behind him. Both scored 11 points. Craig Cooke was the most effective among the guests, and Marcin Nowak added five “points” to the team’s achievements.

Scoring (from: speedwayupdates.proboards.com):

Pool Pirates – 56 (96):
1. Steve Worrall – 9 + 1 (3,3,2*, 1)
2. Danion Hume – 3 + 1 (2 *, 0, -, 1)
3. Rory Schlein – 11 + 1 (2,3,1 *, 3,2)
4. Ben Cook – 6 + 2 (1*, 1, 2, 2*)
5. Daniel King – 11 + 1 (2,3,2,3,1*)
6. Zach Cook (Guest) – 7 + 1 (3,0,1*, 3)
7. Benjamin Basso – 9 + 1 (1,1*,3,3,1)

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Glasgow Tigers – 34 (84):
1. Craig Cook – 11 (1,2,3,2,3)
2. Sam Jensen – (0,0,0, -)
3. Brooke Nicole – 4 (0,2,0,2,0)
4. Tom Brennan – 6 + 1 (3,1 *, 1,1)
5. Ricky Wells – 5 (3,2,0,0)
6. Marcin Nowak – 5 + 1 (2,1*,2,0,0)
7. Connor Bailey – 3 (0,0,3,0)

Running after running:
1. Worrall, Hume, C. Cook, Jensen 5:1
2. Z. Cook, Nowak, Basso, Bailey 4:2 (9:3)
3. Brennan, Schlein, B. Cook, Nicole 3:3 (12:6)
4. Wells, King, Basu, Bailey 3:3 (15:9)
5. Shalin, C. Cook, B. Cook, Jensen 4:2 (19:11)
6. Worrall, Wells, Novak, Hume 3:3 (22:14)
7. King, Nicole, Brennan, Z. Cook 3:3 (25:17)
8. Basu, Nowak, Hume, Jensen 4: 2 (29:19)
9. Bailey, B. Cook, Shalin, Wells 3:3 (32:22)
10. Basso, Worrall, Brennan, Nicole 5:1 (37:23)
11. Cook, King, Z. Cook, Novak 3:3 (40:26)
12. Shalin, Nicole, Basu, Billy 4:2 (44:28)
13. King, C. Cook, Worrall, Wells 4:2 (48:30)
14. Z. Cook, B. Cook, Brennan, Nowak 5:1 (53:31)
15th. C. Cook, Schlein, King, Nicole 3:3 (56:34)

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