BUCS MARS Football 2011-2012 - South Eastern 5B - Men's

Updated: 12/09/2013 14:41 P W D L GDPts
1 East London 1st 9 8 0 1 16 24
2 St George's 1st 5 3 1 1 3 10
3 Royal Free (RUMS) 1st 8 4 1 3 -2 10
4 King's College 1st (Medics) 6 3 0 3 1 6
5 LSE 2nd 8 1 0 7 -18 3
6 SOAS 1st 4 0 0 4 0 -12
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League Notes

League Notes

Promotion & Relegation

Top team promoted. Bottom team relegated. If five teams relegated from 4A, 4B, 4C & 4D, 5th placed team may be required to take part in a relegation playoff. You will be notified in due course by the BUCS Office. All teams to South Eastern Conference cup, fixtures played during league programme (see knockouts section for full draw and dates). The BUCS Office reserves the right to amend these knockout qualification and promotion / relegation details in exceptional circumstances
Detailed Table Adjustment made
The points displayed highlight the points that would be achieved by the team if they were to stay in the same league position. Please note that BUCS points are updated every six hours.
Region Team Points
University of East LondonEast London 1st10
St George's, University of LondonSt George's 1st5
Royal Free and University College Medical SchoolRoyal Free (RUMS) 1st0.5
King's College LondonKing's College 1st (Medics)0
London School of EconomicsLSE 2nd0
School of Oriental and African StudiesSOAS 1st0

BUCS are working with The Football Association and Mars to find University delivery partners to join an exciting new opportunity in adult football. FA Mars Just Play is a key part of The FA’s National Game Strategy, directing £200 million into grassroots football to support the growth of the game as well as raising standards. The FA and Sport England, with the support of Mars are working together to attract 150,000 new adults into football by September 2013 and they hope that upwards of 100 FA Mars Just Play Centres will help them achieve this.

New informal kick-about sessions for men and women are being launched and so far 13 Universities have taken the opportunity to be part of the next big thing in grassroots football. Developed by The FA and supported by Adult Football Partner Mars, FA Mars Just Play! is an easy and informal opportunity for adults to play football in an enjoyable environment. University Just Play Centres involved so far are:

  • Bedfordshire
  • Bolton
  • Bournemouth
  • Derby
  • Gloucestershire
  • Hull
  • Hertfordshire
  • Plymouth
  • Roehampton
  • Sheffield Hallam
  • Southampton Solent
  • UCLan
  • Wolverhampton

Men and women can choose how and when they want to play by just turning up or signing up on the website to an FA Mars Just Play! Centre, where a co-ordinator will organise games chosen by the players. FA Mars Just Play! is designed for all adult footballers, regardless of experience, ability or fitness. It will help the novice, part-timer or lapsed player to gain experience, rediscover their touch, develop fitness and enjoy playing in a non competitive environment. The games at FA Mars Just Play! centres will be informal and fun, but those looking for a route back into affiliated football will be signposted to 5-a-side or 11-a-side competition.

The flexible format allows FA Mars Just Play! Centres to be adapted to suit the needs of the local population, so it should be flexible for universities and student needs. It can be run anywhere by a university, indoors or outside at a time that suits demand. Centres are run by FA Mars Just Play! Organisers who will facilitate the activities and give support to all participants.

On www.bucs.org.uk/football you can visit the Just Play website, download an application form to become a Centre or get the answers to all the questions you have about the initiative. If you have any questions or need support with your application please contact Cai.Robbins@bucs.org.uk.

Craig Raddon (East London 1st) 4
Imani Likita (East London 1st) 3
Anton John-Baptiste (East London 1st) 2
Victor Nkolo (East London 1st) 1
Michael Pudney (East London 1st) 1
Emmanuelle Ojei (East London 1st) 1
David Shovlin (East London 1st) 1
Ashley Watson (East London 1st) 1