1st November 2019
NEM Hawks play Warrington Wolves in a North-West derby in the Men’s Premier Handball League this weekend.
West London Eagles host Olympia and Carshalton Titans take on London GD in two Capital City derbies, while Cambridge travel to Nottingham.
Hawks and Wolves are separated by one point, in fifth and sixth place respectively, after three matches. Wolves got their season going with victory over West London Eagles in the last round, while Hawks held Olympia to a draw. Throw-off at Oldham Leisure Centre on 2 November is at 13.30.
Eagles' match against Olympia sees bottom play top. Eagles go into the game still looking for their first win of the campaign. Olympia are the only unbeaten side in the league, although they lost their 100% record against Hawks. Throw-off is at 16.30 on Saturday at Leyton Score Centre. It is preceded by the Women’s Premier Handball League match between the two sides in a great double header.
Cambridge, in seventh, travel to Nottingham, looking to get back to winning ways after defeat against Hawks and Carshalton. Third-place Nottingham are one of three teams on seven points and will be hoping that Francisco Perreira will continue in his rich vein of goal-scoring form. Throw-off at Sutton Bonnington is at 12.30 on Sunday.
New boys Carshalton have made a great start to their Premier Handball League lives and will be looking to continue that against GD. GD lost a one-goal nail-biter against Nottingham in the last round and will be bidding to put the disappointment of that result behind them. Throw-off at Barking Sporthouse on Sunday is at 15.00. Before that match GD women take on London Angels in another great double bill.
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