Kingstone Press Championship One Preview: Gloucestershire All Golds v Hemel Stags

Casey Canterbury, Aidan Jenkins and Harry Chapman-Walker are all in contention for Gloucestershire All Golds as they bid for a fifth successive victory.

Hunslet Hawks became the All Golds’ latest victims last week, with only Jason Muranka (broken finger) a potential doubt for Sunday’s Kingstone Press Championship One clash with Hemel Stags.

All Golds coach Steve McCormack said: “We still have massive improvements left in us as individuals and as a team, and we’re looking at continuing our current form on Sunday.”

Romaine Navarette returns from suspension for the Stags, while loan pair Matt Cook and Matthew Tebb are both likely to keep their places in Troy Perkins’ match-day squad.

Perkins said: “Six or eight weeks ago we might have been favourites for this game, but that’s probably not the case now.

“Gloucestershire have had fantastic results against York and Hunslet, and Steve (McCormack) has done great things down there.

“But the pressure’s on them now. They’ve put in a couple of good performances and they’ll be looking to back that up, but we’re not that far off ourselves.”

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