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Chingford  115pts
Medway 106pts

So it should be at Chingford

Leicester Lions have 57pts 10w and 1d
Luctonians 42 pts 7w 0d and 3 games - so even if they get 3 five pointers they would be on 57pts, 10w and 0d
So I think LL are safe.

You do not look at losses as if both sides have played the same number of matches and have the same number of wins and draws, they must have the same number of losses.



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Originally posted by Dagfish Dagfish wrote:

Originally posted by Friendly prop Friendly prop wrote:

I think you'll find Peterborough Lions are in the play offs. Newport (Salop) even if they win with 5 points don't go through as they have won fewer games.   
For a similar reason I think Leicester Lions are safe, as even if Luctonians win their ast 3 games with 5 points each game including one against LL and LL don't pick up any points LL will have lost fewer games. 
I've updated the original post to show Peterborough Lions in the play-offs.
I'm not so sure about Leicester Lions - I couldn't find anything in the RFU regulations which mentions the number of defeats. It seems to go Wins, Draws, then points difference. If you can point me to any regulations which include the number of defeats, I'll have a look.

No I was implying that because they had a draw they would stay up as number of wins would be the same. 1 draw, hence 1 loss less which would follow your procedure.


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I've got it now! Post updated again to remove Leicester Lions.
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Interesting how LSE Prem will shape up next season, One would hoe that Guernsey will see off Bournemouth in the play off, which leave only 12 places filled.
Wimbledon have the form, momentum and opportunity to stay in L2S.

Level Transfer - minimum one team or even two

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Am I right in thinking, that if SW Prem is fully complete, then LSE will be topped up with a team from Midlands (e.g. Towcestrians this season)?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dad Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Yesterday at 12:32
Maids I believe it is all down to minimising overall travel distance so fiendishly difficult to work out until you know exactly who the other people in the respective leagues are going to be.

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Just to add to the confusion!
1) If you are relegated (e.g. Towcestrians) you are returned to your home region and cannot then be level transferred again the following season so they will be playing Level 6 (Midlands) absolutely 100%
2) Once it is clear which 56 clubs will be playing at Level 5 all clubs are initially placed in their home region. So in the Midlands for instance both Sandbach & Donny Phoenix will be returned to the North initially
Only then will it be decided if Level Transfers are needed
Also the RFU are open to requests to level transfers rather than imposing them (as Donny did last year and may do so again?)
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Thanks for the explanation, I guess things will become clearer over the next few weeks.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dad Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Yesterday at 17:07
yes looking on a map lily hill park and Braywick look to be pretty much level East/West wise so it will really come down to who else is in the leagues as to travelling distance
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Camquin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Yesterday at 18:59
I believe Broadstreet can request a transfer- but cannot be forcibly transferred.
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Correct - as per same regulation re:Towcester above
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So they will be in Mids Prem unless they volunteer for any level transfers that might be need (but why would they?)
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