Hull & East Yorkshire PFC competition teams are travelling to Leeds this coming Sunday 29th September. Electric Eels first team and academy team will be playing in the second round of the North East Regional Powerchair Football League. Electric Eels first team will be facing York-based side Jorvik and Leeds Dynamos. In the first round, Electric Eels first team secured two wins; 5 - 1 and 8 - 0 sitting in first position in the Championship. Last weekend within the national lea
Electric Eels first team are travelling to Nottingham Trent University for the final round of the MDUK Championship this weekend. Over the course of two days, Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th May Electric Eels will be playing five matches. On Saturday, Electric Eels face Middlesbrough Reserves at 9:15am, then Evergreen at 1pm and finally Cheltenham SW All Stars at 4:45pm. On Sunday, Electric Eels face Nottingham Forest PFC at 10:30am and their final game of the season at 2:15pm ag
Electric Eels competition teams are on the road again this coming weekend for the North East Regional Powerchair Football League. On Sunday 24th March, Electric Eels first team and academy team will be travelling to Thornaby. For the first team, this will be the final round of the 2018/19 NEPFL meanwhile, the academy team will have another round to go. Electric Eels first team who compete in the NEPFL Premiership face Middlesbrough at 11am then, Middlesbrough Reserves at 1pm.
Electric Eels kick started their 2017/18 Muscular Dystrophy UK Championship campaign with a top four spot at the end of the first weekend. The national league side came up against debut team Rotherham Wheelchair Wasps in which, Eels dominated with possession throughout the full match. Electric Eels won 6 - 0 with two goals a piece coming from Amy Sherman, and James Radcliffe who made his debut for Eels, captain Kai Gill scoring a goal to, including an own goal from the Rother
The Muscular Dystrophy UK Championship returns this weekend with our national league team ready to compete and improve from where they left off last season. Electric Eels have been training very hard in pre season and the club have been very impressed with the progression they have made each week. It's been a busy pre season with competition squad trials, extra training, friendlies against St George Knights and a new face in the team. We would like to welcome James Radcliffe
The WFA announced this morning the opening fixtures for the first weekend of the 2016/17 National League Championship season. With the new season only the matter of 2 months away East Riding Electric Eels can continue to train in pre season with their fixtures in mind. The team travel to Nottingham on 8th and 9th October to restart their third season in the National League. Electric Eels will face tough opposition against two former premier league teams (Muscle Warriors and N
East Riding Electric Eels blues powerchair football team finished in 6th position this weekend in just their second year in National League Championship. The blues secured their mid table place by beating Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 with Kizzy Wade scoring in the first half. In their first year they finished the season in 10th with 7 points. This year they secured 6th position with 27 points. Kai Gill, captain of the national league side finished the season with 8 goals alongside
The National League team head to Nottingham next weekend (7th - 8th May) for the final fixtures of their season. The team can move into fifth position of the Championship table finishing in the top five of their second season. We interviewed National League coach Lee Brennan for his thoughts on the second season in the Championship division. You can listen to his thoughts here: #NationalLeague #Championship #powerchair #football