A MAGNIFICENT seven is the aim for Deeside Dragons as they bring the curtain down on their regular season in NIHL Division One North.

Home comforts are in store as the in-form Dragons host Widnes Wild this Sunday.

Dragons made it six wins on the bounce last weekend via a 5-4 success away to Widnes, which came courtesy of goals from Brodie Jesson, captain James Parsons (pictured right), Jakub Hajek, Andy McKinney and Cade King.

“Earlier on in the season, that was probably a game we would have lost,” admitted assistant head coach Matt Compton.

“It does show we have got character and we have built character within the team.

“Hajek worked so hard and he was relentless. There are positives to take from the game.”

Looking ahead to Sunday, Compton added: “Hopefully we can put a full 60 minutes in and not a 10-minute performance, and take that performance into the play-offs.

“We’re definitely going to finish fourth and just find out if we play Hull or Whitley Bay.

“There’s no real easy games in the play-offs. It’s do-or-die and every team’s in that situation.”

Tomorrow’s fixture: Nottingham Lions v Whitley Warriors.

Sunday: Billingham Stars v Whitley Warriors; Sheffield Scimitars v Hull Jets; Solihull Barons v Blackburn Hawks.