Fury welcome Blaze at Mariner for first home game of the season

10/02/12. John Devlin. CAMELON. Mariner centre FHS. Clark Eriksson Fury v Glasgow Rocks.
10/02/12. John Devlin. CAMELON. Mariner centre FHS. Clark Eriksson Fury v Glasgow Rocks.
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Clark Eriksson Fury coach John Bunyan won’t be taking tomorrow’s visitors Boroughmuir lightly.

Blaze took the Kings to 7 points in their first game of the season. Blaze have made several new signings, one of which is centre Rob Jannsen moving from the Stirling Knights to the capital side. Experienced former Scotland players Laurie Costello and Kevin Anderson form a formidable back court and with solid European and young Scottish players in their line up expect this to be an interesting match. Fury will still be without guard Scott Russell but expect 6ft 10 centre Stu McKay back in their line-up for Friday’s match.

The womans teams all play Tayside on the Saturday at the Mariner with games running from 2pm through to 7pm. Tayside woman are in their first season in the league and Fury will look to make it a difficult visit for former Fury stars Laura McFarlane and Yhana Van Wees who have returned to their home club at senior level. On Sunday the Fury cadet and junior mens sides play Boroughmuir Blaze and these two games are expected to be guide as to how competitive the respective sides will be with both clubs looking to hold top 4 spots at the end of the season. The games are at 2pm and 3.50pm and with a number of Scotland stars on display these should be exciting matches. Spectators are welcome to all Fury matches.