The Premier League is back and it’s set to be another exhilarating and closely-fought season!
Eighteen rounds lie between the teams and glory, but who will be lifting the trophy in each of the three leagues at the end of the 2018/19 campaign?
Here’s the lowdown on Premier League 1, 2 and 3…
Premier League 1
Oldham were crowned 2017/18 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.
The race to secure promotion to the top flight was incredibly tight last season with just three points separating first and third.
Grangetown took the 2017/18 Premier League 2 title (75 points) with Turnford finishing just behind (74) and making an immediate return to Premier League 1.
2018/19 Premier League 1 teams: Academy, Grangetown, Leeds Athletic, New Cambell, Oldham, Premier Romans, Tameside, Turnford, Viper 10 Blades and Worcester Reds.
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Premier League 2
Hucclecote narrowly missed out on promotion to Premier League 1 in 2017/18 despite being 16 points ahead of fourth-placed Linden.
Essex Open, who were promoted from their regional league in 2016/17, enjoyed an unbeaten season to storm to the 2017/18 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 secured promotion to Premier League 2.
2018/19 Premier League 2 teams: Clan, Cumberland, Essex Open, Hucclecote, Linden, Oaksway, Ryland Netball, Team Bath Toucans, Telstars and The Downs.
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Premier League 3
Charnwood, Team Jets, TFC and YWCA Bury will compete in the league after triumphing at the play-offs.
North-West regional winners, YWCA Bury, were the first side to confirm their place in Premier League 3 after maintaining a 100% record throughout the play-offs.
Team Jets managed to avoid back-to-back relegations, while TFC, who had struggled with the step up to the Premier League, also secured their spot.
Charnwood celebrated an immediate return to Premier League 3 for the 2018/19 season having suffered relegation in 2016/17.
2018/19 Premier League 3 teams: Billericay, Charnwood, Hertford Hornets, Kent County, Leyton, Norfolk United, Sussex Thunder, TFC, Team Jets and YWCA Bury.
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Please note that results will all be updated on the website by 12 noon on Monday after the weekend’s matches.
Best of luck to everyone involved and here’s to another brilliant season!