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Could be an interesting one this. Maybe a copy and paste when we have the full list.

Bradford [League 1} First Team, Reserves, U-19, U-16, Ladies    = 5

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Leeds(Super Greed) First Team,u19,u16,Leeds City College Cat3. Ladies,PDRL,Wheelchair =7

 

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2 minutes ago, terrywebbisgod said:

Leeds(Super Greed) First Team,u19,u16,Ladies,PDRL,Wheelchair =6

 

OOOPS believe we have a wheelchair team too. *slapped wrist*

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First team, ladies team, U16 girls,

Guessing we can't include the City of Hull Academy U19s and U16s? Or our feeder team (Hull KR)?

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6 minutes ago, Wellsy4HullFC said:

First team, ladies team, U16 girls,

Guessing we can't include the City of Hull Academy U19s and U16s? Or our feeder team (Hull KR)?

Yes of course. Trying to work what is mandatory initially.

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1 hour ago, Wellsy4HullFC said:

Guessing we can't include the City of Hull Academy U19s and U16s? Or our feeder team (Hull KR)?

Maybe count them as half each?

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For expansion teams depends how you class what teams are relevant, Hemel , Cov and Skolars all still have amateur set up clubs both junior and adult working under their name , a throwback to their amateur days .

Keighley for a L1 Club has 1st team , Reserves , Ladies and Wheelchair 

 

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11 hours ago, Rach said:

For expansion teams depends how you class what teams are relevant, Hemel , Cov and Skolars all still have amateur set up clubs both junior and adult working under their name , a throwback to their amateur days .

Keighley for a L1 Club has 1st team , Reserves , Ladies and Wheelchair 

 

Coventry don't have an amateur adult club.

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6 minutes ago, Rach said:

As such, but now in a formal partnership with Coventry Dragons to develop a player pathway in the East Midlands 

http://www.coventrybears.com/blog/coventry-clubs-forge-partnership

http://www.rugby-league.com/leagues__competitions/london_and_south_east/article/52250/london-mens-league-ready-for-kick-off

Coventry Dragons were meant to be in the London Premier this year but aren't mentioned in this article. This is because Coventry Dragons aren't running for at least 2018 in it's entirety and their entire committee has stepped down, due to a decrease in players from last season. Sad news for RL in the Midlands.

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