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Lakeside Hammers Kyle Newman has received some positive news regarding his collarbone injury.

Lakeside Hammers produced another dominant home display to see off previous league leaders Berwick 56-34 at The Arena-Essex Raceway - but it may have come at a cost.

Lakeside Hammers welcome current league leaders Berwick to the Arena-Essex Raceway on Friday in an important Championship clash (8pm).

Lakeside Hammers are the new Championship leaders after their convincing home win over Workington on Friday night.

Lakeside Hammers can move to the top of the Championship if they beat Workington at home on Friday (8pm).

Lakeside Hammers are hoping for their biggest crowd since promotion back to senior racing tonight (Friday, 8pm).

Lakeside Hammers will renew their old rivalry with Ipswich in the Championship Shield at Purfleet on Friday (8pm).

Lakeside Hammers opened their home campaign with a vital win over Peterborough in the Championship Shield on Friday.

Super Scott Nicholls, the man Lakeside almost bagged during an eventful off-season, appears at Arena Essex with Peterborough on Friday (8pm).

Championship: Peterborough Panthers 46 Lakeside Hammers 44

Raiders forward JJ Pitchley says the team have plenty of incentive to upset Basingstoke in the National League play-off semi-finals this weekend.

Wapping’s men and women both lost out in high-scoring East League matches at the weekend.

Raiders slipped back to fifth in the National League table after being hit for six by rivals Bracknell on Sunday.

Raiders picked up an important point from an overtime defeat against title chasing Peterborough on Saturday.

London Raiders defenceman Jack Cooper admits its crunch time for the club as they look to cap off a successful season by finishing fourth in the table.

London Raiders forward Olegs Lascenko is looking forward to coming up against his former club Bracknell Bees this weekend.

London Raiders forward Jj Pitchley is disappointed as his side fell to fifth in the National Ice Hockey League table after two defeats on the weekend.

Wapping’s men maintained their impressive home form in East Premier A with a 5-1 win over Chelmsford at Lee Valley.

Raiders returned empty-handed from Swindon after a hard-fought contest in Wilshire on Sunday.

Raiders were hit for six by high-flying Phantoms as they suffered a second successive National League defeat in Romford and slipped out of the top four.

London Raiders goalie Michael Gray is expecting another tough weekend of hockey as they face former EPL sides Peterborough Phantoms and Swindon Wildcats.

Two late Bison goals inside the last five minutes denied Raiders some deserved reward against the National League leaders at Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre on Sunday.

Wapping’s men maintained their pursuit of East Premier A leaders Peterborough with a 6-1 win at Saffron Walden.

London Raiders are already looking forward to their next game at the Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre after picking up two victories this week.

Wapping began the second half of the East Premier A season in style with a 2-1 win over title rivals Peterborough.

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