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Kai Gill "We can't afford to drop our intensity and be off our guard"

Electric Eels captain Kai Gill states his team must stick to the game plan and respect the opposition in Saturday's The WFA Cup round 1 against Greenbank PFC.

Electric Eels host Greenbank PFC for the first time in round 1 of The WFA Cup, but Gill is aware of the threat posed by the opposition.

He told the club website: "Greenbank PFC are a good side who have some talented players from Everton PFC but, also a player who has played in the national league for a couple of seasons. They are doing well in the North West regional league.

"We've spoken about sticking to our game plan and respecting the opposition. We can't afford to drop our intensity and be off our guard."

The Electric Eels first team have been put through their paces in recent weeks leading up to this match, which, Gill explains has been the best thing for the team.

"Our coach Lee has really been pushing us this season so far in training to ensure we are competing to our full potential. We have been speaking about taking each game as it comes and not getting ahead of ourselves.

"We know on our day we can be a very hard team to beat. The players are really looking forward to this match as we love playing in front of our supporters who really get behind us."

Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club invites you to come and watch the fantastic sport this upcoming weekend.

If you are planning on coming to watch Electric Eels v Greenbank PFC at Sirius Academy West, then please use the sport facility entrance on Pickering Road and follow the road round.

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