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BUCS Badminton 2011-2012 - Midlands 1A - Men's

Updated: 02/01/2018 17:20 P W D L GDPts
1 Loughborough 2nd 10 8 1 1 58 22
2 Birmingham 2nd 10 6 2 2 22 20
3 Warwick 1st 10 5 3 2 16 18
4 Birmingham 3rd 10 3 1 6 -30 10
5 East Anglia 1st 10 3 0 7 -32 9
6 Cambridge 1st 10 1 1 8 -34 4
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League Notes

League Notes

Promotion & Relegation

Top 1st team will be required to take part in a promotion playoff. Bottom two teams relegated. 4th placed team may also be relegated if top 1st team loses promotion playoff or if teams relegated from both North & South Premier League come into Midlands 1A. You will be notified in due course by the BUCS Office. All knockout cup fixtures to be played during the season in an integrated league and cup programme. Highest placed 1st team from 2010/11 season to participate in Championship, if team relegated from Premier League, this team to be used. All other teams, excluding highest placed 1st team, to Trophy. 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 BirminghamBirmingham 2nd26
University of WarwickWarwick 1st24
University of BirminghamBirmingham 3rd23
University of East AngliaEast Anglia 1st22
University of CambridgeCambridge 1st21
Loughborough UniversityLoughborough 2nd15

Wednesday, 07 March 2012
Cambridge 1st 2 - 6 Birmingham 2nd
Birmingham 3rd 5 - 3 Warwick 1st
Wednesday, 29 February 2012
Loughborough 2nd 8 - 0 Cambridge 1st
Warwick 1st 7 - 1 East Anglia 1st
Birmingham 2nd 8 - 0 Birmingham 3rd
Wednesday, 15 February 2012
East Anglia 1st 2 - 6 Birmingham 2nd
No scorers recorded
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