28th October 2016
Table-toppers Warrington Wolves travel to the Capital to take on Olympia on Saturday.
Wolves have made a great start to the season with three wins from three matches and a goal difference of 47. Olympia beat Nottingham in their last match, their first victory of the season, and will be looking to continue in a winning vein. Throw-off at Leyton is at 16.00.
Second-place Cambridge travel to the West Midlands for a match with newly-promoted Coventry Sharks. Sharks have found life tough-going back in Super-8 with defeats in their first three matches. Cambridge, lost their last match against NEM Hawks and will be looking to return to winning ways. Throw-off on Saturday at Aldersley Village is at 11.30 and is part of a great double header with Coventry’s and Cambridge’s women’s Super-7 teams in action at 13.30.
West-London Eagles host NEM Hawks at Sporthouse on Saturday. Eagles, have two-wins-from-two, but saw their last fixture against London GD postponed because of a leak at the venue. Hawks, meanwhile, got their campaign off to a winning start last week with victory over Cambridge. Throw-off on Saturday is at 15.00, following the Women’s Super-7 clash between the two sides at 13.00.
Sutton Bonnington sees Nottingham entertain defending Champions London GD on Saturday. Nottingham lost 25-32 to Olympia in their last encounter, having grabbed their first ever Super-8 win when they beat Coventry in their match before. GD sit bottom of the table after losing the one match they’ve played – against Cambridge. Throw-off is at 14.30.
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