16th January 2017
Olympia moved above Coventry Sharks to head Women’s Super-7 on goals difference after beating NEM Hawks, while Sharks drew with West London Eagles.
Olympia travelled north to Oldham to take on bottom side Hawks, running out 33-27 winners.
Sharks entertained Eagles at Cranfield, an exciting match finishing 29-29. Eagles are in third place, on 14 points, two behind the top two. Coventry have, however, played a match more than the two teams around them.
Defending Champions London GD have the top three looking over their shoulders after they beat Cambridge 29-27 at the Copper Box. GD have played just five matches so far this term. They know, with a superior goal difference, as it stands if they won their game in hand on Olympia they would go top. Cambridge lie in fifth, but have played one more match than London Angels who are just one point behind them - and two more than Hawks who sit four points adrift of the East Anglian side.