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#1 tim2

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Posted 10 May 2013 - 09:59 AM

The Midlands Premier division kicks off this weekend with 10 teams

Northampton Demons A vs. Leicester Storm A
Sleaford Spartans vs. Nottingham Outlaws A
Coventry Dragons vs. North Derbyshire Chargers
Birmingham Bulldogs vs. Telford Raiders
North East Worcestershire Ravens vs. Coventry Bears A

It's a big step for the new Chargers team from the Merit League but we're looking forward to it.

Cov Dragons also have an A team in the Merit division, so with the Warriors and Leamington also in there it means Warwickshire now has 6 Open Age teams, plus a women's team and a junior setup. Not a bad base from which to launch a pro setup.
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#2 redditchbulldog

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Posted 10 May 2013 - 02:14 PM

looking forward to N.E.W Ravens V Cov Bears game tomorrow and get the season underway
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Posted 10 May 2013 - 09:12 PM

The Midlands Premier division kicks off this weekend with 10 teams

Northampton Demons A vs. Leicester Storm A
Sleaford Spartans vs. Nottingham Outlaws A
Coventry Dragons vs. North Derbyshire Chargers
Birmingham Bulldogs vs. Telford Raiders
North East Worcestershire Ravens vs. Coventry Bears A

It's a big step for the new Chargers team from the Merit League but we're looking forward to it.

Cov Dragons also have an A team in the Merit division, so with the Warriors and Leamington also in there it means Warwickshire now has 6 Open Age teams, plus a women's team and a junior setup. Not a bad base from which to launch a pro setup.


And four Uni teams too!




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