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SportHouse holds Handball promotion play-offs

09:30 05 April 2013

The Super8 play-offs are taking place at SportHouse on Saturday.

The Super8 play-offs are taking place at SportHouse on Saturday.

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The Mayesbrook Park arena is the venue for the play-offs as eight teams via for promotion to the top tier of England Handball.

Barking’s SportHouse venue is holding the England Handball Association (EHA) Men’s Super 8 promotion play-offs on Saturday.

And the winners of the quarter-finals at the sports arena will go through to the semi-finals, which will be played at Nottingham University Park before the final taking place at Crystal Palace on May 9.

The winner of the final will be rewarded with a place in the top league of England Handball, known as the Super8 on the line.

Entry is free for the play-offs where Loughborough will take on Bath at 1.30pm on court one, alongside Olympia versus City of Nottingham on court two.

The other two quarter-finals will see Cranfield take on Liverpool Speke Garston and Brentwood against NEM Hawks at 3.30pm.

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