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BAFACL Power Rankings – Premiership – Post Playoffs

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Sean BreenOpinion & Analysis
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1 – Manchester Titans – Prem North (Up 2)

The Titans went down to London with a quiet confidence they could beat the Warriors. They beat them comfortably and deservedly walk away with the Britbowl crown and #1 spot in our rankings.

2 – London Warriors – Prem South (Down 1)

Even though they suffered their biggest loss in a very long time they still trumped the Phoenix 2 weeks before to prove they are still deserving of being at #2.

3 – Bristol Aztecs – Prem South (Down 1)

The Aztecs ran the Titans close in the semi-finals and after the Titans went on to win Britbowl its only fair the Aztecs sit just behind the two finalists.

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

Tamworth looked as if they had the Warriors number in the semi-finals but couldn’t hold on in the second half. They were impressive this season and will be looking to next year to try and get back to that final.

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

The Blitz had a weird year, struggling in the first half to bounce back somewhat in the second half. They needed to build some momentum into the off-season to help them recruit and get back to challenging the top teams.

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

A fantastic first season in the prem for the Thrashers sees them at number 6. They managed to topple the Blitz and that’s no mean feat.

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

A first winning season for the Wolves in the premiership will build their confidence going forward. They come in at number 7.

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

The Exiles pulled out of a game which is disappointing, but they are probably still a team that could recruit and bounce back next year.

9 – Merseyside Nighthawks (Re-Entry)

The Nighthawks had an up and down season but still rank as one of the top 10 teams in the Prem divisions.

10 – Sheffield Giants – Prem North (Down 1)

The Giants had some great games this season but also had some heavy losses. A bit of recruitment required to build for next year as Sandwell are being replaced by a much tougher East Kilbride Pirates next year.

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