Drumchapel Glasgow are in pole position to clinch the Premier Division title when the Women’s British League plays to a conclusion this weekend.

The Scottish side are three points clear at the top, having boasted a 100% record on the first weekend back in November.

They will again rely on teenagers Yat Poon and Hannah Silcock, who both played all 10 matches last time out, losing only three of 20 between them.

Backing them up will be Bethany O’Connell and Alicja Czarnomska, who themselves only lost once apiece.

If the leaders should slip up, it is Ormesby who are the closest side poised to take advantage – though as they are three points back, they may need a perfect weekend.

England’s Mollie Patterson spearheads their team, with former Senior international Karina Le Fevre and youngsters Ella Pashley and Rebecca Savage as a more-than-able supporting cast.

Dun Laoire Ladies from Ireland could also have a say in the outcome – they pushed the leaders closest last time and are led by Mia O’rahilly Egan, who tops the averages with a perfect 10/10.

The race to join the top flight promises to be very exciting, with Joola Plymouth and Draycott on 7pts apiece in Division One, and Byng Hall and Fusion II only a point behind.

With 38 teams competing in six divisions, the action will be intense at WV Active Wolverhampton. Click below to download the event programme.

There will also be a period of silence observed at the competition in memory of Christine Lewis, one of the leading lights at the launch of the WBL and for many years afterwards, who passed away recently aged 89.