Week Four of the BAFA National Leagues season had it all! Blowouts, defensive battles, comebacks and plenty of late drama. It’s time for the next edition of Good Week/Bad Week!
- Opening their 2017 account with a win over the Aztecs, London Blitz avoided a repeat of 2016.
- Leeds Bobcats narrowly missed out on a 50-burger in their season opening win over Northumberland.
- A strong fourth quarter saw Leicester Falcons begin life in Division One with a 48-12 win over Coventry.
- Cambridgeshire Cats claw victory over London Hornets to move to 3-1 and take control of SFC1 East.
Three wins on the trot now for the Revolution, with WR Andrew Morgan grabbing the game winning TD in the victory over Chester yesterday. A back-and-forth encounter, it’s advantage Shropshire in the NFC2 South. Ranked #5 in our Week Four Power Rankings, we can expect a shift this week.
Down 0-14 at home to one of the favourites for SFC2 East conference, the Stallions regrouped to storm back and win 23-14, holding on to a perfect record in the process. Now at 2-0, Wembley now face London Blitz B home and away with three weeks in between.
The Senators have taken to Division Two ‘ballin like a duck to water. Three games, three big wins so far for Gateshead. Against the upstart Morecambe Bay Storm – 2-0 entering the weekend – the Senators were relentless as they slammed 74 points on the rookie outfit in a 74-6 win.