The korfball season in the UK is well-and-truly underway with Surrey's finest korfball team in action across the country.
Guildford Thunder's open weekend saw it's first ever game in the Western Regional League against Cardiff Raptors. A closely fought game saw Raptors best Thunder, but it was a valiant first long-distance competitive trip to Wales for the club, racking up 15 goals in total.
The same day, an early start saw the third team, Lightning, rack up a win against Southampton City Spartans 3. It wasn't all fun though as the Spartans' second team gave the Guildford development squad a solid korfball lesson and painful goal difference of 21-2.
Second team, Storm, started the season in Basingstoke last weekend, with a win against the Bulls' third team and a close defeat to their second team. The closeness of the loss means a bonus point putting Storm on 5 league points, with Lightning on 4.
This weekend sees Thunder host local rivals Jets, while Storm travel to Southampton to hopefully pick up more points on the road.
The following weekend sees a return to home games for all teams with visits from Exeter City and Basingstoke Bulls.
News from around the Guildford Thunder family.
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