Mizuno Premier League 2017/18 wrap-up

It was another exhilarating and closely fought season of competition in the Mizuno 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.

Prem 1

Oldham (above) have been crowned 2017/18 Mizuno Premier League 1 champions, for a second successive year, after a near perfect season.

They scored the highest number of goals (1074) and lost just once – a 64-53 defeat to New Cambell – on their way to lifting the title.

Viper 10 Blades finished as runners-up – their best-ever result in the top division.

At the other end of the table, Oaksway and Team Bath Toucans were both relegated with Premier Romans avoiding the drop by the skin of their teeth, thanks to their better head to head goal average.

To view all the results, click here.

To view the final standings, click here.

 

Grangetown - prem 2 winnersPrem 2

The race for the top two and to secure promotion to the Mizuno Premier League 1 was incredibly tight with just three points separating first and third.

Newly promoted Grangetown have been crowned 2017/18 Mizuno Premier League 2 champions (75 points), taking victory on the last day of the season to see them jump from outside automatic promotion in 3rd to 1st, with Turnford finishing just behind (74), going straight back to Premier League 1 after being relegated last season.

Hucclecote (72 points) missed out despite being 16 points ahead of fourth-placed Linden.

Chester, who won just one match, and Sussex Thunder, who won Premier League 3 last season, will both compete in the Mizuno Premier League 3 next season. Clan were the team who avoided the drop with a final day victory taking them out of relegation.

To view all the results, click here.

To view the final standings, click here.

 

Essex Open - Prem 3 Winners

Prem 3

Essex Open, promoted from their regional league last season, enjoyed an unbeaten season to storm to the 2017/18 Mizuno Premier League 3 title.

After recording 15 wins and one draw (78 points), they finished nine points clear of second-placed Cumberland (69 points).

Both sides have secured promotion to the Mizuno Premier League 2 for 2018/19.

Team Jets and TFC will go head-to-head with nine regional teams in the play-offs.

These are scheduled to take place on the 5th & 6th May 2018 at Redbridge Leisure Centre, Ilford, Essex.

To view all the results, click here.

To view the final standings, click here.

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