The 2022-23 SBL Premier Division comes to an end this weekend, with new league champions Ormeau travelling to last season’s winners Ormesby.
North Ayrshire are also in action as they host Urban TTC, with a potential second-place finish on the line. In the bottom half of the league, Fusion and BATTS will battle it out to avoid coming bottom of the league, the winner of their tie set to finish above the other.
Damien Provost, Oriol Monzo and Matt Ware will be in action for Ormeau once again. They may look to James Skelton and Zak Wilson for their doubles match-up.
Whilst they sealed the title two weekends ago, picking up their seventh win of the season as Ormesby faltered against North Ayrshire, the Belfast side will have their eyes on going through a season losing just once.
Hoping to spoil the celebrations will be David McBeath, Ben Piggott and Thomas Rayner. The Ormesby three know that a win will secure them second in the table.
North Ayrshire (NATTC) will welcome Urban TTC to Scotland, still without Viktor Gorman and Colin Dalgleish. They will select a final team, depending on fitness, from Chris Main, Martin Johnson, Jamie Johnson and Natahn Hogg.
Urban will be hoping to end the season on a high, avenging a tight 4-3 defeat to NATTC earlier in the campaign. Their junior contingent of Connor Green, Joe Hunter, Felix Thomis, James Hamblett and Toby Ellis have put in some remarkable performances to help the team to a top-four finish. Ellis and Hamblett will join Alim Hirji (pictured) this weekend for their away fixture.
Fusion and BATTS know that the equation is simple for their tie, win and avoid finishing at the bottom of the table.
Robert Pelc, Lorestas Trumpauskas and Shaqullie Webb-Dixon will represent Fusion. The BATTS trio will be made up of Josh Bennett, Shayan Siraj and Adam Nutland.
You can watch every match live on TTE.TV.
Photo credit: Michael Loveder
Saturday 20th May
North Ayrshire v Urban TTC – 13:00
Ormesby v Ormeau – 14:00
Fusion v BATTS – 14:00