SBL Prem Round 4 Preview

The fourth round of the British League Premier Division will get under way this weekend - with live streaming of matches again on the agenda.

North Ayrshire, Fusion and Cardiff City are the host clubs - click here for the links to live streams from each club.

North Ayrshire will be flying high after securing a 7-1 victory against Halton in the last round and turning around their performance in the league.

This week will see them go up against league giants, Ormesby, and taking on this challenge will be Sean Doherty, Richie Main, Chris Main and, making his first appearance of the season, Craig Hardie.

For Ormesby, the same starting line-up as the previous round will be taking to the tables in the form of Danny Reed, Darius Knight, Filip Szymanski and Liam McTiernan.

Top-quality table tennis will be expected from the club as they defend a record of only dropping one game this season.

Fusion return to league action after sitting out the last round and will have their first match on home soil this season, when they play Halton.

After losing their first match against Ormesby in round 1 and then going on to draw against Batts, the club will be looking to go one better and clinch a victory this weekend.

After a turbulent start to the season due to issues with their team selection, Halton will also being keen to improve upon their performance in this round.

Kevin Dolder, Richard Lightowler and Joe Pilkington have been confirmed for the team and they will be striving to bring home a victory for the club.

Cardiff City suffered a whitewash defeat against Ormesby in the third round and they are going head-to-head with another league favourite, Drumchapel, this weekend.

An experienced team of Tom Maynard, Lloyd Gregory, Marc Castro and Pouyan Javanmard will be playing this weekend. Cardiff City know that Drumchapel have a strong team of players who will test the club but are looking forward to the match.

Craig Howieson and Calum Main are representing Scotland at the European Qualifiers in Albania this weekend so He Zhi Wen, Liu Song, Tao Shi and Chris Wheeler will be playing for Drumchapel in their first away match of the season.

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