2nd November 2018
After a stunning start to the men’s Premier Handball League season, Warrington Wolves remain unbeaten at the top of the league. This weekend they face Cambridge, who are one win from three.
Nottingham play Brighton Seahawks, London GD take on West London Eagles, and it’s a battle of fourth and fifth in the table when Olympia face NEM Hawks.
So far this season Wolves have taken the full three points against Seahawks, Nottingham and Olympia. Two of these verdicts were by just one goal.
This weekend the men of Warrington play Cambridge as they search for five wins on the bounce. Throw-off is at Leyton Score Centre on Saturday at 14.30.
Nottingham welcome Brighton Seahawks to Sutton Bonington Sports Centre. Seahawks are still looking for their first win of the season, whereas Nottingham drew 27-27 against West London Eagles in round four of fixtures.
Throw-off is at 14.30 on Saturday.
Last year’s champions London GD play Eagles in Leyton Score Centre in the London derby. GD are looking to record three wins in a row if they take all three points in round five. Eagles are coming off the back of that nail-biting draw in round four against Nottingham.
Throw-off is at 16.30 at Leyton Score Centre on Sunday. Prior to this game, the two clubs also meet in the women’s Premier Handball League.
It’s fourth versus fifth in the table as Olympia take on Hawks. In round four, Hawks beat Cambridge and Olympia went down to Wolves by just one goal. This is a double-header with the women’s teams also playing their Premier Handball League fixture. The women throw off at 13.30, with the men’s match at 15.30 on Saturday in Barking Sporthouse.
Five teams are tightly clustered in the table in positions two to six. Round five could see the order being shaken up.
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