Witches start their season on March 25, with Saturday night clash against Sheffield Tigers

Danny King, will lead the Witches in 2017

Danny King, will lead the Witches in 2017 - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

Ipswich Witches will start their 2017 season at home to Sheffield on a Saturday night at Foxhall Stadium.

The Tigers will open the Witches Championship season on Saturday, March 25, before the Witches embark on a home and away clash with Berwick Bandits in the knock-out cup the week after.

It’s a long Championship season for the Witches who will race each opponent home and away twice.

Redcar come to Foxhall on two more Saturday night meetings, while Sheffield are the opponents on an off-night Wednesday, May 17.

Other than that, it’s Thursday nights on almost a regular basis for the Witches, who have two practise days on March 20 and 22.


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FULL 2017 FIXTURE LIST

(Home meeting in CAPS - all Championship meetings unless indicated)

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March

Sat 25 SHEFFIELD

Thur 30 BERWICK (KOC)

April

Sat 1 Berwick (KOC)

Thur 13 Sheffield

Sat 15 PETERBOROUGH

Sun 16 Peterborough

Thur 20 Redcar

Sat 22 REDCAR

Sun 23 Newcastle

Thur 27 BERWICK

Sat 29 Berwick

May

Thur 4 GLASGOW

Thur 11 SCUNTHORPE

Wed 17 SHEFFIELD

Thur 18 Sheffield

Sun 21 Scunthorpe

Thur 25 RESERVED

Sat 27 Workington

June

Thur 1 NEWCASTLE

Thur 8 EDINBURGH

Thur 15 RESERVED

Fri 16 Edinburgh

Thur 22 WORKINGTON

Sat 24 Glasgow

July

Sun 2 Peterborough

Thur 6 SCUNTHORPE

Sat 8 Berwick

Sun 9 Newcastle

Thur 13 RESERVED

Thur 20 NEWCASTLE

Thur 27 EDINBURGH

Sun 30 Glasgow

August

Thur 3 GLASGOW

Thur 10 RESERVED

Sun 13 Scunthorpe

Thur 17 WORKINGTON

Fri 18 Edinburgh

Sat 19 Workington

Thur 24 PETERBOROUGH

Thur 31 Redcar

September

Sat 2 REDCAR

Thur 7 BERWICK

Thur 21 RESERVED

Thur 28 RESERVED

October

Thur 12 RESERVED

Sat 14 RESERVED

Thur 19 RESERVED

Sat 26 RESERVED

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