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But American Charles Rhodes has had time to settle in after an impressive debut and he's joined by fellow American Bryan Hockaday, though the latter will have to pass a late fitness test if he's to play against Westminster Warriors at the Capital City Academy.
The Eagles travel to London tonight for their first game inside the Capital City Academy.
The Capital City Academy in Brent, North London, saw just 28 per cent of pupils reaching the level expected for their age group in English, as opposed to an expected level of 73 per cent.
One, the Capital City Academy in Willesden, north London, has decided to operate a five-term year and will switch sixth formers to the International Baccalaureate within a few years.
Mohawks won 69-65 at the Capital City Academy in November and another win this weekend would go a long way towards securing safety.
Sports Minister Richard Caborn and Olympic medallist Helen Reeves joined children to launch the project at the Capital City Academy school sport partnership in London yesterday.
In Willesden, north west London, the proportion of entries awarded C or better at Capital City Academy was 28 per cent, compared with 12 per cent when it was Willesden High School last year.
Mr Blair announced the plans as he officially opened the Capital City Academy in Willesden, North West London, designed by award-winning architect Sir Norman Foster.