Havant out to show they have the inside track

Havant's Andy Pett
Havant's Andy Pett
Matt Cox opened the scoring for Havant in their defeat at Cheltenham.  Picture: Keith Woodland

Havant fall to defeat at Cheltenham

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HAVANT men bid to move back into the Premier League when they take their game indoors this weekend.

The club compete in national division one of the indoor competition, starting today, at Lilleshall National Sports Centre in Shropshire.

Havant will be hoping the likes of Andy Pett can inspire them when they face Bournville and Loughborough Students this afternoon, before playing Brooklands Manchester University, and Hampstead & Westminster tomorrow.

Their eight-match schedule will then be completed next weekend with matches against Stourport, St Albans, Barford Tigers and Doncaster.

Havant are currently on a mid-season break from their outdoor campaign, where they enjoyed a promising first half to the season.