PwC Mixed Premier Division
Bacchas A will be aiming to end their season unbeaten when they meet Crowe Morgan Valkyrs A at the NSC on Saturday afternoon.
Jamie Brown’s Bacchas side have had a superb season scoring 73 goals and conceding just six.
They have already claimed victory over the westerners earlier this season and will begin this match as favourites.
Greg Miller’s Valkyrs side will be determined to inflict a first defeat of the season on Bacchas but will need to improve on last week’s draw with Vikings if that’s to be the case.
PwC Mixed Division One
Bacchas C will be hoping for victory over Canaccord Genuity Vikings Mixed B as they look to close in on the runners-up spot in the PwC Mixed Division One.
John McCarrick’s Bacchas side have been in good form in recent weeks and, having beaten Vikings once this season, will feel confident of victory again.
Opponents Vikings have only won once in their last seven league fixtures so will need to show improvement here if they want to reverse that series of results.
PwC Mixed Division Two
Celton Manx Cammags will be aiming for victory over Celton Manx Cushags as they look to secure the runners-up spot in PwC Mixed Division Two.
Dani Kelly’s Cammags side claimed an impressive victory over Cushags when the two sides met earlier in the campaign and will feel confident of victory again.
With the runners-up spot likely to come down to goal difference, a good win here will help Cammags.
Anthony Cooke’s Cushags side have struggled this season and will find this match another uphill battle.
PwC Mixed Division Three
Harlequins Colts will be hoping to secure the PwC Mixed Division Three title when they meet Bacchas D in Saturday’s early fixture at QEII.
Paul Nuttall’s Harlequins side have been unbeaten since the first game of the campaign and a victory here will see them seal the title.
Rachel Overman’s Bacchas side can draw level with Harlequins in the title race if they can claim victory here.
They suffered defeat at the hands of Harlequins earlier in the season but since then have put together a five-match winning run.