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PUBLISHED: 09:05 07 August 2014

Raiders player-coach Danny Marshall is pleased with his side's early fixtures next season (pic: John Scott)

Raiders player-coach Danny Marshall is pleased with his side's early fixtures next season (pic: John Scott)

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Marshall’s men welcome Cardiff on first night

Raiders player-coach Danny Marshall professed himself happy with his side’s opening fixtures for the 2014/15 National League season.

The newly named Cardiff Fire are set to visit Lee Valley Ice Arena for the first match of the campaign on September 6, with Bracknell Hornets to follow a week later.

Raiders hit the road for the first time on September 21 to take on Solent & Gosport, before returning to home ice six days later to host new boys Oxford.

Marshall will sit out the first game due to suspension, following the abandonment of his side’s play-off match at Streatham in April, while Frankie Harvey misses the opening four fixtures.

But Marshall said: “We will have enough talent and experience on the team to start the season with a win.

“It’s not a bad start to get the team going but you can’t take any teams lightly.”

As well as Marshall and fellow forward Harvey, Raiders have so far announced the returns of import Jakub Klima, AJ Smith and David Oliver, with more revelations to follow in the coming weeks.

The first derby match against Chelmsford takes place at the Riverside Ice Arena on October 5, with the Chieftains then set to make their first appearance at Lee Valley on November 15.

The two fierce rivals meet again twice in December.

London Raiders 2014/15 fixtures

Sept 6: CARDIFF FIRE

Sept 13: BRACKNELL HORNETS

Sept 21: Solent & Gosport Devils

Sept 27: OXFORD CITY STARS

Oct 4: INVICTA DYNAMOS (Cup)

Oct 5: Chelmsford Chieftains

Oct 12: Solent & Gosport Devils

Oct 19: Invicta Dynamos (Cup)

Oct 25: ISLE OF WIGHT RAIDERS

Oct 26: MK Thunder

Nov 1: SOLENT & GOSPORT DEVILS

Nov 8: Cardiff Fire

Nov 9: Bracknell Hornets

Nov 15: CHELMSFORD CHIEFTAINS

Nov 22: Cardiff Fire

Nov 23: STREATHAM REDSKINS (Cup)

Nov 29: INVICTA DYNAMOS

Nov 30: Isle of Wight Raiders

Dec 6: OXFORD CITY STARS

Dec 7: Chelmsford Chieftains

Dec 20: INVICTA DYNAMOS

Dec 21: Streatham Redskins (Cup)

Dec 27: CHELMSFORD CHIEFTAINS

Dec 28: MK THUNDER

Jan 3: MK THUNDER

Jan 4: Invicta Dynamos

Jan 11: Oxford City Stars

Jan 17: STREATHAM REDSKINS

Jan 18: Streatham Redskins

Jan 24: STREATHAM REDSKINS

Jan 25: Oxford City Stars

Feb 8: Streatham Redskins

Feb 14: BRACKNELL HORNETS

Feb 15: Bracknell Hornets

Feb 21: Isle of Wight Raiders

March 8: Invicta Dynamos

March 15: ISLE OF WIGHT RAIDERS

March 21: SOLENT & GOSPORT DEVILS

March 22: MK Thunder

March 28: CARDIFF FIRE

*Home matches in CAPITALS at Lee Valley Ice Arena.

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