14th November 2016

Men's Super-8: Eagles beat Cambridge and Hawks stay 100%

West London Eagles beat Cambridge to move up to third in the table, while NEM Hawks made it three-wins-from-three with victory over Nottingham.

Eagles took on table-toppers Cambridge at Sporthouse, running out 33-29 winners, to move level onto 10 points, level with Warrington Wolves. Wolves, however, have a better goal difference. Cambridge stay top despite the defeat, but have played two matches more than Wolves and Eagles.

Hawks were comfortable 33-17 winners against Nottingham to continue their excellent start to the season. They lie in fourth spot, one point behind Eagles and Wolves, having played one match less. Super-8 new-boys Nottingham are sixth.

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