Pembroke will find out their EHL destiny in November as the organisers have confirmed they will announce which Dutch venue will be used for the KO16 and KO8 rounds on November 12. The full draw for these matches will subsequently be announced on November 19.
Pembroke will be drawn in pot two with the other group runners-up and face a veritable shark-pool of potential opponents.
Dutch trio Bloemendaal, Rotterdam and Amsterdam; Spain’s Atletic Terrassa and Polo de Barcelona; Germany’s UHC Hamburg and Rot-Weiss Koln and England’s Beeston could be the opposition following the completion of round one.
Those same prospects face Reading’s Chris Cargo and KHC Leuven’s Irish duo, Phelie Maguire and Mitch Darling as their sides ended second place in their respective groups.