Men's Super 6s starts this weekend

David Condon and Dom Bowden celebrate in the Super 6s final

The men’s Super 6s will begin this weekend with the Men’s Premier Division springing into action on Saturday. The best men’s teams in the country come together to play their first four games of the qualifiers; with the top four heading to finals day at the SSE Arena  Wembley to fight it out for the coveted title.

The team to beat will once again be East Grinstead. The side from Saint Hill are going for their ninth title in a row and will take some stopping. They ran out 5-1 winners over Canterbury in last year’s final and the hero of that day, David Condon is in the squad once again. Three time Olympian Ashley Jackson and brother Wesley will also line up for the champions. Scottish star Ross Stott is as good an indoor player as they come whilst Dom Bowden has skills in abundance.

Last year’s beaten finalists Canterbury are led by Craig Boyne and will have a new look about them this time out with many of last year’s squad moving on. Tom Bean has shown a keen eye for goal outdoors whilst goalkeeper Diccon Stubbings has been there and seen it all before.

Sevenoaks, last year’s semi-finalists have a familiar look about them with the Barker twins Chris and Nick showing their skills on the court year in year out. George Torry found goals easy to come by last year and in Rob Schilling they have added a very canny player with a lot of experience.

Reading also made the semi-finals last season and will be led this time around by Tom Carson. Brothers Edward and James Carson will also be in the side whilst Richard Mantell will bring his considerable experience and defensive solidity to the party.

Loughborough Students field some exciting young talents alongside some more seasoned performers. Coach Jerome Goudie will add some nous and skill whilst Marc Edwards is a classy performer. Evan Kimber is an exciting rising star.

Bowdon look to the leadership of Ian Wilson whilst David Egerton will provide them with some quality all over the court. In Alex Humphreys they have one of the competition’s most energetic and fearless players who will put everything on the line for his side.

Team bath Buccaneers are looking strong with John Jackson a fine addition to a strong side. Andy Pett will be their guest player whilst 17-year-old Will Hewer is a talented young player with a lot to offer.

Two of the heavyweights from the Premier Division outdoor, Wimbledon and Surbiton have named strong squads. Surbiton will be captained by Welsh star Lewis Prosser and have the considerable talents of David Goodfield, Player-Coach Mark Pearn and Brendan Creed. Harry Gibson will be in goal for Surbiton whilst hot-shot Alan Forsyth will hope to transfer his eye for goal outdoors to the indoor game.

Wimbledon boast England duo James Bailey and Michael Hoare and will be looking to Phil Ball and Johnny Kinder to supply the goals as they bid to reach Wembley for the first time.

All the details of the scores, scorers and standings can be found on the live scores website here.