TEAM PROFILE

University of Nottingham
Men's Squash 1st Team
Updated: 16/04/2014 10:25 P W D L GDPts
1 Birmingham 1st 3 3 - 0 11 51
2 Nottingham 1st 3 2 - 1 5 39
3 Manchester 1st 3 1 - 2 -3 25
4 UWE 1st 3 0 - 3 -13 9
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League Notes

League Notes

Promotion & Relegation

All teams to Championship. Teams finishing 1st 2nd 3rd (in Stage 2 Upper) guaranteed to remain in Premier League. Teams finishing 4th (in Stage 2 Upper) and 5th 6th 7th 8th (from Stage 2 Lower) to play against Tier 1 qualifiers in last 16 of Championship. Winners of first round Championship knockout to become the 8 Premier League teams for following season. (See Squash specific regulations). The BUCS Office reserves the right to amend these knockout qualification and promotion / relegation details in exceptional circumstances.
Detailed Table Adjustment made
    1st Place BUCS Squash 2012-2013 Championship View
    2nd Place BUCS Squash 2012-2013 Premier South (Stage 1) View
    1st Place BUCS Squash 2012-2013 Prem Playoff 2nd S v 3rd N View
    2nd Place BUCS Squash 2012-2013 Premier Upper (Stage 2) View
  Round 1 BUCS Squash 2011-2012 Championship View
    1st Place BUCS Squash 2011-2012 Premier North (Stage 1) View
    2nd Place BUCS Squash 2011-2012 Premier Upper (Stage 2) View
    Finished 1st Men's Stage 2 - Upper Group 2010/11 Premier View
    Finished 2nd Men's Stage 2 - Upper Group 2009/10 Premier View
    Finished 2nd Men's Stage 1 - North 2009/10 Premier View
    Finished 3rd Men's Stage 2 - Upper Group 2008/09 Premier View
    Finished 2nd Men's Stage 1 - North 2008/09 Premier View
  Finished 4th Men's Stage 2 Upper Group 2007/08 Premier View
    Finished 1st Men's Stage 1 - North 2007/08 Premier View
    Finished 3rd Men's Stage 2 Upper Group 2006/07 Premier View
    Finished 1st Men's Stage 1 - North 2006/07 Premier View
    Finished 3rd Men's 1A 2005/06 Midlands Conference View
    Finished 2nd Men's 1A 2004/05 Midlands Conference View