Morrish Homes were massively proud to be a sponsor during their award-winning season, which saw the Pirates reach the 51 point target in the second leg against the Glasgow Tigers and claim the SGB Championship title with a race to spare. 

Several members of the Morrish Homes team have enjoyed heading over to Wimborne Road on Wednesdays, with some being completely new to the sport and now an avid fan!

Associate Director of Sales & Marketing Tim Bishop has been a regular to the Speedway since moving to the area 20 years ago, settling in at the best possible time just as Matt Ford began his Wimborne Road dynasty. 

"The opportunity to sponsor the Pirates was very much a two-fold thing" said Tim. "There were solid business reasons to do it but it is also a personal connection for me, it is a win-win because I get the benefit of promoting our company and enjoying speedway from a different perspective".

Read more about the Pirates completing the league and cup double here.

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