WEST London Eagles are going to the England Handball National Cup finals, looking to bring home multiple silverware.

The senior women’s side, the boys’ under-16s and girls’ under-19s teams have all made it through to finals weekend.

A semi-final win over Cambridge enabled Eagles women to book their place in the final, where they will play NEM Hawks.

Eagles were a dominant force in women’s handball in the 1990s and 2000s and are looking to replicate those glory days.

Chairwoman Melanie Chowns highlighted the merger between West London Eagles and Ealing Handball Club as a significant step.

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Eagles were strong in the senior teams, and Ealing had an impressive junior section so it made sense to pool resources.

She said: “The merger with Ealing HC has certainly had a fantastic impact on the club and we look forward to next season, when we will hopefully have a new full-sized venue at Gunnersbury and continue to build the club.”

The under-16 girls were losing finalists last year, against Stroud. The teams meet again this year at under-19.

The under-16 boys look forward to facing Warrington Wolves in the final.

National finals weekend is May 11-12 at Derby Arena. Tickets are available on www.englandhandball.co.uk