Friday, 15 September 2017

European RL Season : 2017 (Part Two)

For those who are not au fait with RL in the UK, you are at the right place. This explains the current system, which seems to be working well. It provides excitement through the season and there is much to play for with virtually every match. It is in two parts, the first covering the top two leagues and this one explains the third one.

This competition is made up of 16 teams playing 15 games. At the end of that, they divide into two competitions and here they are:

League One Super 8s: The top eight sides carry over their points and play each other once. The winner is automatically promoted into the Championship (second division). Teams 2nd to 5th play off to see who will get the other promotion spot. The bottom three end their season.

League One Shield: The bottom eight also carry over their points and play each once as well. The top two play off for the shield and the others end their season.








League 1 Super 8s






1 Toronto 41

League One

2 Barrow 37
1 Toronto 30
3 Whitehaven 35
2 Whitehaven 27
4 York 25
3 Barrow 25
5
Newcastle
24
4 York 20
6 Doncaster 23
5 Doncaster 20
7 Keighley 22
6 Newcastle 18
8 Workington 19
7 Keighley 15





8 Workington 15





9 North Wales 15





10 Hunslet 14

League 1 Shield
11 London Schol 13
1 Hunslet 26
12 Gloucester 12
2 London Schol 25
13 Oxford 8
3 North Wales 23
14 Coventry 4
4 Gloucester 18
15 South Wales 2
5 Oxford 13
16 Hemel 2
6 Coventry 10






7 Hemel 6






8 South Wales 5

Part one can be seen by clicking here.


The list was updated when the season ended.

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