After consecutive fourth-place finishes, men’s hockey 1sts have high hopes for the upcoming Varsity match.
Swansea have now finished fourth two years running, in the Bucs Western 2B division, and captain Joe Haworth believes highly in his squad.
Haworth said: “The whole squad have put in a lot of effort for Varsity training.
“We know we have a great chance in beating Cardiff, so everyone is motivated.”
Having managed to remain consistent in league, despite last year’s Varsity disappointment, the team are enthusiastic that they can finally beat the opposing squad.
Cardiff, on the other hand, finished bottom of the Premier South division, on the back of beating Swansea 6-2 at last year’s Varsity.
Swansea’s captain feels it is now time for his team to step up to the mark and prove they can overcome Cardiff.
He added: “We are a much stronger team than last year, and the whole club are really excited for the match.”