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January 2, 2013 in Uncategorized

Happy New Year to all SWKA Korfers and those visiting our site.

After a maximum of 6 games played in SWKL for each time Gloucester Lions sit top of the SWKL 1 tree on goal difference to Bristol City and Horfield, with Exeter sat on the top of the SWKL 2 tree. With plenty of games still to come we will see who is still there come the end of March.

The 2012 part of the season has seen games postponed due to the flooding of Devon and Somerset preventing trains from bringing Exeter Uni to Bristol Uni on one of the many soggy weekends this year.

It’s also seen Exeter Uni make their debut in the SWKL and I am sure it will not be long before they get their first wins under their belts.

SWKL will restart for 2013 on Saturday 12 January.

The Regional League saw Bristol City beat Bristol Thunder by one goal in a 41 goal thriller at City Academy in Thunders first ever Regional League game, since then Thunder have drawn with Cardiff Cyclones the two main rivals in the League. Christmas and New Year has left Bristol City in Second, Thunder in forth and Horfield fifth in the SWKA, WKA and OKA Regional League.

The EKA Cup saw both Bristol City and Bristol Thunder progress to the 2nd round but due to a long trip to Kent and other commitments City withdrew with heavy hearts although Thunder are still waiting to play their 2nd round game due to the EKA being unable to provide a ref for the designated match so they will try again against Harrow on 20 January 2013.


October 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

Bristol City, Bristol Thunder and Exeter City have taken on the challenge of the first round of the EKA Cup. This involves all clubs wanting to enter across the whole of the UK.

The first round will be played on the 21 October 2012, and the clubs have been drawn in the following groups.

Bristol City will be playing at home in 30 minute games against Leeds City, Norwich Ice and Croydon 2

Bristol Thunder will be playing away again in 30 minute games against Supernova, Leicester Tornado’s and Ely Vikings

Exeter City will make the trek to Milton Keynes to play 40 minute games against MK Bucks and Cambridge Pheonixs

Good Luck to all three teams and hopefully we will get a South West Club in the second round two years in a row after Bristol City’s success last season