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2018/19 Premier League wrap-up

It was another exhilarating and closely fought season of competition in the Premier League 1, 2 and 3.

After 18 rounds of fixtures, here’s your round-up of the champions, relegated sides and those who’ll be competing in the play-offs.


Premier League 1

Oldham were once again crowned Premier League 1 champions for a third successive year. They almost made it through the 18 Rounds unbeaten, only losing once to Turnford [79-48] who finished seventh. They managed to beat their 2017/18 goals record [1074], notching an incredible 1103 on their way to lifting the title.

New Cambell finished as runners-up, sitting three points ahead of Viper 10 Blades, while at the other end of the table, Worcester Reds and Premier Romans were both relegated.

To view all the results, click here.

To view the final standings, click here.


Premier League 2

The race for the top two and to secure promotion to the Premier League 1 was an exciting one. Hucclecote went through the season unbeaten, becoming deserving champions.

Cumberland were hot on their heels and also took the automatic promotion spot, a fantastic season considering they were newly promoted this year.

After a promotion into Premier League 2 last season, Essex Open found themselves in the relegation zone and will be back in the Premier League 3 next season.

Mission stay safe was completed by Oaksway who, in their final game of the season, managed to get the points they needed to stay up. The win meant that Clan were unfortunately relegated to Premier League 3.

To view all the results, click here.

To view the final standings, click here.


Premier League 3

Sussex Thunder enjoyed an unbeaten season to storm to the 2018/19 Premier League 3 title.

After recording 18 wins and 90 points, they finished 10 points clear of second-placed YWCA Bury.

Both sides have secured promotion to the Premier League 2 for 2019/20.

Hertford Hornets, Kent County and Team Jets will go head-to-head with nine regional teams in the play-offs. Billericay will be feeling relieved, with four points saving them from the play-offs.

To view all the results, click here.

To view the final standings, click here.


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