Fixtures Updates | BUCS 18/19 Week Eight

We’ll continually update this article as any information comes in relating to BUCS Week Eight fixtures.

Quite a lot of notable amendments to the originally published schedule this week:


Stags vs Killer Bees pushed back to a Friday fixture!

The 1A South West’s showdown between the Southampton Stags and Bath Killer Bees has been pushed back to later in the season. We’re given to understand the fixture has been postponed following a request to amend the schedule from Bath.

Each eager for first win, Jaguars and Pyros bring fixture forwards a week

The YSJ Jaguars will host the UWS Pyros this weekend, a  week earlier than the initially scheduled 03 February meeting between the two teams – each currently without a W on the season so far.

Bears take on Wolves in rearranged Week Two fixture

The Royal Holloway Bears will seek to return to winning ways when they host the City Wolfpack this Sunday, following the fixture initially being postponed waaaaay back in Week Two.

Week Five’s Chichester vs Greenwich game to be played

The Chichester Spitfires and Greenwich Mariners rearranged Week Five fixture will instead take place this weekend.

Reading/Brighton fixtures flip

Week Twelve’s Reading Knights hosting of the Brighton Panthers has been brought forwards to this weekend, while the Panthers will now play host in Week Twelve. This also means the Knights will host the fixture on a Saturday, rather than a Sunday – the game kicking off 1200 on Saturday 26 January.

Saturday fixtures for Week Eight:
  • Premiership South: Birmingham Lions vs Portsmouth Dreadnoughts
  • 1A South: Reading Knights vs

There are still a number of fixtures lacking officials – if you’re a qualified BAFCA Level One Coach, you might be able to help!

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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