BAFA National Leagues 2018 – Week Seventeen Results

Results and Standings are up to date following an exciting weekend of the BAFA National Leagues!

We’ve got the U17 and U19 tables to update as well this week, so as ever, if any errors have slipped through? Just shout!
Under 17s
Under 19s
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Manchester Titans 34-28 East Kilbride Pirates (FT-OT1)
London Blitz 44-2 Hertfordshire Cheetahs (FT)


Wembley Stallions 36-14 Ipswich Cardinals (FT)
Essex Spartans 20-0 Leeds Academy Assassins (FT)

Black Country Vipers 16-14 Wembley Stallions (FT)
Kent Exiles 22-10 Essex Spartans (FT)

5th Place Playoff:
Leeds Academy Assassins 4-6 Ipswich Cardinals (FT)

3rd Place Playoff:
Wembley Stallions 54-34 Essex Spartans (FT)

Division Two Championship:
Kent Exiles 18-2 Black Country Vipers (FT)

Tamworth Phoenix 55-0 East Kilbride Pirates (FT) 
Merseyside Nighthawks 31-28 Sheffield Giants (FT)

Bury Saints 6-24 London Olympians (FT – Called for Injury in Q3)
Farnham Knights 32-54 Bristol Aztecs (FT) 

Lancashire Wolverines 42-51 Northumberland Vikings (FT) 
Gateshead Senators 28-47 Yorkshire Rams (FT)

Coventry Jets 16-26 Doncaster Mustangs (FT)

Oxford Saints 12-35 Sussex Thunder (FT)
Bristol Apache 27-3 Ouse Valley Eagles (FT)

London Hornets 29-14 Kent Exiles (FT)
Cambridgeshire Cats 27-0 Colchester Gladiators (FT – Called early due to injury)
East Kent Mavericks 16-23 Wembley Stallions (FT)


Aberdeen Roughnecks 61-0 Furness Phantoms (FT) 
Chester Romans 47-6 Lincolnshire Bombers (FT)
Staffordshire Surge 12-7 Dumfries Hunters (FT)
Birmingham Bulls 16-6 Halton Spartans (FT)


South Wales Warriors 1-0 Worcester Black Knights (W/O)
London Blitz B 50-0 Norwich Devils (FT) 
Hertfordshire Cheetahs 44-14 Ipswich Cardinals (FT)
Portsmouth Dreadnoughts 55-0 Torbay Trojans (FT) 




Nick 'Willy Tee' Wilson-Town hails from the South West where he's spent the last decade bouncing around various teams at the university and senior level. He came to fame on the now departed unofficial forum thanks to his regularly irreverent Uniball predictions and general 'BUAFL wafflage'. Follow him on twitter @WillyTee1