Jaffa Super 6s finalists and schedule confirmed!

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After 72 games and 555 goals the eight qualifiers for Finals Day at the Copperbox Arena have been confirmed!

Wimbledon, East Grinstead, Team Bath Buccaneers and defending champions Surbiton make up the final four from the Men’s Premier Division.

East Grinstead will play Leicester and Bowdon Hightown will face Holcombe in the Women's Premier Division semi-finals while Wimbledon take on Team Bath and East Grinstead face Surbiton in the men's semi-finals.

Jaffa Super 6s Finals Day Schedule

10.45am - Women's Semi Final 1 - East Grinstead v Leicester
12.00pm - Women's Semi Final 2 - Bowdon Hightown v Holcombe
13.15pm - Men's Semi Final 1 - Wimbledon v Team Bath
14.30pm - Men's Semi Final 2 - East Grinstead v Surbiton
15.45pm - Women's Championship Final
17.15pm - Men's Championship Final

In the Women’s Premier Division East Grinstead finished in first spot with Bowdon Hightown, Holcombe and Leicester making up the other qualifier positions.

Tickets to see these sides in action at our new venue on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday 28 January are on sale now! You can buy them here.

Kate and Helen Richardson-Walsh featured for East Grinstead as they won seven of their eight matches with Helen finishing as EG’s top scorer with eight goals.

Former England and GB star Sally Walton was in fine form for Bowdon and netting 14 times during the pool stages with Sam Quek also turning out for Bowdon as they secured second spot.

Twelve goals from Ellie Watton was pivotal in helping fire Holcombe to third and into the finals while three time champions Leicester booked their place with an 8-1 win in their final pool match and Lauren Turner netting 22 goals along the way.

England and Great Britain’s Ed Horler has been in stunning form and added 12 goals to his tournament tally at the weekend as Wimbledon finished unbeaten, securing top spot and their place at the finals.

East Grinstead have a rich history in the tournament and are set to challenge for another title, losing just once in the pool stage and finishing second.

GB and Scotland goal machine Alan Forsyth has carried his outdoor form indoors and his 19 goals in the pool stages helped Surbiton to third spot two points ahead of Team Bath Buccaneers in fourth. 

Another fast and furious finals day is now in store with a host of international players involved and titles on the line at the Copperbox Arena!