Cyclones blow Mavericks away
Milton Keynes Cyclones moved up to fifth in the British Dodgeball Association (BDA) National League 2 as they aim to get promoted in their first year in the competition.
It was a much improved team performance as they convincingly beat Hartlepool Mavericks 33-3 when they met at St George’s Park on Sunday.
The victory means that the Cyclones, with their attacking style of play, have a record of three wins, a draw and two losses so far.
The Cyclones’ 2nd team were unlucky, narrowly losing to second place Bewdley’s Virtue Empire 14-8, then, again, losing 15-9 to Leicester Minotaurs after being ahead in both games. The defeats leave them in eighth place in the league, with one win from their six games.
Currently, MK Cyclones train on a Wednesday evening at Cottesloe Sports Hall, Woughton Campus, Leadenhall. They are always looking for new talent and anybody interested in coming along to training can e-mail [email protected] for more information or visit www.facebook.com/miltonkeynesdodgeball.