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BAFACL Power Rankings – Premiership – End of season

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Sean BreenOpinion & Analysis
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1 – London Warriors – Prem South (Non-Mover)

Two weeks in a row that a team has pulled out last minute against the Warriors. They will go into the playoffs against the Tamworth Phoenix.

2 – Bristol Aztecs – Prem South (Non-Mover)

Even though they posted a loss against the Blitz this week it was to be expected. They had very little to play for and set up a tasty match against the Manchester Titans.

3 – Manchester Titans – Prem North (Non-Mover)

An easy win for the Titans this week without their starters having to play much. They go into the playoffs to take on the Bristol Aztecs at home.

4 – Tamworth Phoenix – Prem North (Non-Mover)

Tamworth have been on a tear the second half of the season. They do have the unfortunate situation of having to go to the Warriors in the playoffs. Be interesting to see if they can best the champs.

5 – London Blitz – Prem South (Non-Mover)

The Blitz rounds out their season with a win against the Aztecs. What looks like a poor season for the Blitz was much better in the second half of the season.

6 – Solent Thrashers – Prem South (Non-Mover)

No game this week for the Thrashers but a great first season in the Premiership. That will help them recruit again for next season.

7 – Edinburgh Wolves – Prem North (Non-Mover)

The Wolves round out their season with a close win over the Merseyside Nighthawks. A first winning season for the Wolves in the premiership will build their confidence going forward.

8 – Kent Exiles – Prem South (Non-Mover)

Pulling out of a game on the day is a bad sign. They really need to build themselves up again before next season.

9 – Merseyside Nighthawks (Re-Entry)

A solid win against the Giants then running the Wolves close at home sees the Nighthawks end up at 9 in the premiership rankings.

10 – Sheffield Giants – Prem North (Down 1)

The Sheffield Giants probably didn’t have football first on their mind right now but 2 heavy losses to end the season isn’t ideal They will be back for premiership football next year.


Dropped Out

London Olympians – Prem South



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