After two weeks of disappointing football, the Toronto Eagles will be pushing to get their season started when they host the visiting Hamilton Wildcats at Colonel Sam Smith Park.
Playing two of the stronger sides this season, the Eagles have have struggled in the first two rounds so far. Another loss this early in the season could drastically hamper their hopes of playing finals. The Wildcats are sitting 1-1 after two rounds after an impressive 70 point win last weekend. After struggling with numbers in 2018 they look to have turn things around with a full list this season.
These two clubs have always played with a physical, yet competitive spirit and this has the potential to be a cracking game of football.
WHERE AND WHEN: HS, Saturday, June 8, 2:00pm
LAST TIME THEY MET
R8, 2018, Hamilton Wildcats 0.0 (0) def by Toronto Eagles 20.18 (142) at MH
1. After two disappointing efforts to start the season, the Eagles will hoping to find some form. As slight home favorites, they will be desperate to get their first win of this season.
2. Heading to Toronto for the first time this season could be challenging for the Cats, but no matter the circumstances they always come to play tough, competitive football.
3. The biggest individual haul of goals kicked in an Eagles-Wildcat contest is 19 by former Eagle, Clint Runnels. That was during the 2013 season.