British League Non-Premier Report

Russell Moore

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Steve Beerling was in great form for Speedwell (Picture by John Upham)

Who wants promotion from Division Four ?

With the last weekend of play due to take place over the weekend of 23/24 February 2013 it is the three Division Four competitions which look to be the hardest to call.

Division Four North must beone of the closest as well as low-scoring Divisions in British League history  –Grimsby Mariners top the table with 13 points out of a possible 20. Not surprisingly, five other teams –Team Tameside (12 points), Halton IV (11points), Derwent II (10 points), Bribar Redlands BATTS III (10 points) and Ormesby V (nine points) are hot on their tails.

In Division Four South East & West – London Academy who suffered their first defeat of the Season against second-placed Horsham II are now tied on 18 points with their West Sussex rivals whilst in Division Four South Midlands & West – Whitworth Academy, Wood Green and Cardiff.

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