Bullets hit the road

Published on 23rd January 2023
Author George Dodds

Your Grant Henderson Tankers,  powered by SBS, are on the road in the early days of the National Development League.

They visit Belle Vue on April 7, Leicester the following evening and Mildenhall on April 30 before opening their Shielfield Park campaign on May 6.

Kent Royals are the visitors as part of a double-header following the Championship clash between the FTS Bandits,  powered by Keenwood Karpets and Scunthorpe.

Newcomers Workington visit on May 20 with the reverse fixture at the new Northside facility the following afternoon.

April

7 Belle Vue A 1pm

8 Leicester A 7pm

30 Mildenhall A 3pm

May

6 Kent H 8.45 *

14 Kent A 12.00

20 Workington H 7pm

21 Workington A 3pm

June

3 Oxford H 7pm

10 Mildenhall H 7pm

30 Edinburgh Academy A 7.30pm

July

1 Edinburgh Academy upon

15 Belle Vue H 8.45 *

August

12 Leicester 8.45*

23 Oxford A 7 30pm

* Double header following Championship fixture

George Dodds
George Dodds

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