The final round of regular season matches in the inaugural WRL Wheelchair Invitational League takes place this Sunday at Glyndwr University, Wrexham, with places in both the Grand Final and Cwpan Sialans Cadair Olwyn in November still at stake.
The Grand Final will be between the top two sides in the league, with Kent-based Argonauts, who sit out this weekend, having already qualified with a one hundred percent record.
Cwpan Sialans Cadair Olwyn will be between the top two Welsh sides and both places in that match are up for grabs on Sunday.
One of the finalists in the latter will North Wales Crusaders or Torfaen Tigers and they face each other at 12.15pm this Sunday. Each side has one win so far this season, both against Cardiff Blue Dragons, so whoever takes this encounter will definitely finish in third place, but could finish as high as second.
Then at 2.15pm, Hereford Harriers take on Cardiff Blue Dragons with an end-of-season final up for grabs for both sides. Hereford may need to win to qualify for the Grand Final, depending on the result of the first game of the day, and a win for Cardiff could see them face North Wales or Torfaen in Cwpan Sialans Cadair Olwyn.
Finals day will take place on Saturday 25 November from 11am at Glyndwr University in Wrexham.
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