Good Week/Bad Week – BAFANL Week Ten

BAD WEEK

Dishonourable mentions;

  • Prem South air attacks got a little worse with two QBs done for the year (at least…). More to follow.
  • Another shutout loss against Newcastle for West Coast Trojans, who travelled with a small squad.
  • A third agonisingly close defeat to Nottingham for Coventry Jets for the season, this time 7-6.
  • The loss of QB Callum Davidson was apparent for Sandwell Steelers, who were shut out 42-0 by Leicester.

 

South Wales Warriors LSOUTH WALES WARRIORS

For the second straight week, the Warriors lost by a single score, this time inside the final 30 seconds of the game against the Thrashers. The loss dropped the Warriors to 0-7 on the season, and their fate could be decided as early as next week, where anything less than a win will result in consecutive relegations.

 

Knottingley Raiders LKNOTTINGLEY RAIDERS

Two weeks removed from laying the smacketh down on Northumberland, the Raiders were on the wrong end of a humbling from Gateshead on Sunday, losing 72-6. Three straight road games to come, but with home and away games against Carlisle still on the schedule, it could yet be a decent rookie year.

 

Colchester Gladiators LCOLCHESTER GLADIATORS

Similar to the Warriors, Colchester’s Division One fate could be decide in the next three weeks, following the 19-25 defeat to the O’s. At 0-5 the Gladiators now have a brutal run of five games in six weeks to close out the regular season, including home and away clashes against the Exiles and Hornets.

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Rob somehow fits Britball around a hectic life of work, newborns, and rare, blissful, moments of quiet in which to nap. Rob became Chairman of the Sandwell Steelers in September 2017. He leads DC's Adult league coverage and dabbles in a bit of BUCS. Follow him on Twitter - @RobAmorDC