22nd September 2017
Men’s Premier Handball League leaders Warrington Wolves travel to the East Midlands on Saturday to play Nottingham.
Defending champions Wolves got their campaign off to a wining start when they beat promoted Liverpool 35-24. The match will be Nottingham’s first of the new season and they will be hoping to take maximum points. Throw-off at Sutton Bonnington is at 14.30.
Second-place Cambridge, who lie behind Wolves on goal difference, make the trip to the North West on Sunday to play NEM Hawks. Cambridge will be hoping to make it two-wins-from-two after an opening-day 26-20 win over West London Eagles. Hawks, meanwhile, will be bidding to put their defeat against London GD behind them and secure three points. Throw-off at Trafford Soccerdome is at 14.30 and is preceded by the Women’s Premier Handball League clash between the two sides at 12.30.
Third-place London GD are away at West London Eagles in a Capital City clash. GD will be looking to build on their win over Hawks. Eagles will be bidding for victory after the disappointment of their defeat against Cambridge, in a match where they narrowly led at half time. Throw-off at Leyton Score Centre is at 16.30 on Saturday, following the Women’s Premier Handball League match between GD and Eagles.
Olympia get their season underway with a trip to Liverpool on Saturday and will be aiming for a successful start to their campaign. However, they will face a Liverpool side bidding to get their first win under their belts since being promoted. Throw-off at Greenbank Sports Academy is at 14.30
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