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  • Writer's pictureKai Gill

MDUK Championship Round 3 Preview

Hull & East Yorkshire PFC will be travelling down to Nottingham this upcoming weekend, for the Muscular Dystrophy UK Championship National League third round. The Electric Eels first team will be playing four matches this weekend at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Nottingham Trent University.

On Saturday 12th March, Electric Eels kick off their their round at 11:45 AM against 4th place side Middlesbrough PFC then face Muscle Warriors at 4:45 PM. On Sunday 13th March, Electric Eels will face West Bromwich Albion Dudley at 10:30 AM, then face AFC Bournemouth Warriors at 2:15 PM.

Head coach, Lee Brennan states this weekend gives his side a chance to improve their current league position. He said: " We've had a solid start to the season but there's room for improvement. As in all sports it's about consistency. We've got 4 tough games this weekend all against teams around us in the league so it gives us a chance to improve our current position of 6th. "

Following the winter break, the third round is always an exciting weekend to discover which, teams will be looking for a strong finish. Lee summarises the season so far by stating there is competition for the 3rd spot to go into the play-off.

Lee said; " The current top two look like they've enough in the tank to go up so the rest of us are looking at claiming that 3rd spot to go into the play-off. But there's a lot of games left and it's very hard to predict this season. We'll be doing our best to grab it but we need to find that consistency that I mentioned before. "

Lee states preparations for this upcoming round have gone really well following some cup matches that has helped aid minutes to players. Lee said: " The team have been training really hard over the past few months. A recent couple of matches in The WFA Cup was great for the team to test some new set pieces and get some extra minutes under their belts. It also showed how great the character and willingness of the team is. "

You will be able to watch our matches live on YouTube on thewfatv and Pro-My-Sport. We ask our supporters to show their support this weekend Electric Eels aim to climb up the table by posting on Facebook and tweeting on Twitter using #LetsGoEels

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