Hawks Drawn Away to Tameside Vikings
in the National Cup

In an exciting news, West Yorkshire Hawks’ first-ever game will be on the road against Tameside Vikings in the upcoming National Cup.

 

The draw for the National Cup has yielded an exhilarating matchup as the West Yorkshire Hawks gear up for their competitive debut game against the Tameside Vikings. This clash promises to be an intense showdown as both teams look to get their seasons off to strong start.

 

The Hawks inaugural roster has been working in pre-season and the announcement of their first game has provided extra impetus to their preparations. The highly anticipated fixture is scheduled to take place at the Vikings’ home court, the Astley Sports Village, on Sunday 24th September.

 

Tameside Vikings, of Division Three (North West), completed their first National League season last year with a respectable record of six wins and thirteen losses. Armed with a strong roster, they present a tough challenge for any opposition. The Vikings’ ambition to secure a win at home will undoubtedly add an extra layer of intensity to the encounter.

 

For the Hawks, the National Cup represents a fantastic opportunity to make their debut appearance in competitive basketball. Co-Founder, Greg Dolan, expressed his excitement for the season to get underway, saying, “It is great to finally have our first game in the calendar, and we will be working tirelessly to prepare the team for the club’s first-ever outing.”

 

Anticipation is building among fans of both West Yorkshire Hawks and Tameside Vikings, who will be heading to the Astley Sports Village to witness this season opener. The National Cup has always been a showcase of basketball excellence and provides an opportunity for both teams to set the tone for the rest of their season.

 

So, mark your calendars and prepare for what should be a really interesting game, as the  Hawks take on the Tameside Vikings in the first round of the National Cup. This is a game that promises to keep fans on the edge of their seats, as two tough teams go head to head in a bid to progress to the second round.

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