What’s coming up at the end of the season?

Wednesday 30th March – the final games for Division One and Two

The Division One title and relegation zone is decided but it’s all to play for to avoid the relegation play off. The teams in position 8 through 4 are all on 11 points, with the 7th and 8th position having to play each other to say up.

Division Two is a completely different picture with absolutely everything coming down to the final day. Border Wanderers and Hackbridge Harriers are battling each other to avoid the one automatic relegation place. The ‘winner’ of those two still have to play in a relegation play off against either Clapped Out or Boca Tulse Hill.

At the top of the table, Ferly’s Burlys have a very fragile lead going into the final round of fixtures. They’re a point ahead but there’s only two points between first and sixth, meaning the title, second automatic place and the two promotion places will all be settled on Wednesday night.

Sunday 3rd April – POWF Plate Final

The biggest cup competition in the game. Victorious Secrets will play Opulent Knack for their shot at silverware – can the Division Two underdogs topple Inamoto and co?

Sunday 3rd April – the final games for Division Three

It’s been a two-horse race for the title and the promotion spot that comes with it all season. At the time of writing Verulam Romans have a two point advantage but Bracknell Town have a game in hand. If Bracknell keep up their form they’ll be taking home the title. The second placed club will still qualify for the promotion play off against third place, with Villa Park having the advantage over Tokyo Titans.

Tuesday 5th April – the draft deadline

Grab a decent player if you haven’t had a decent season to help give you a bit of a lift for next season. Or immediately flog him, it’s up to you.

Wednesday 6th April – promotion and relegation play offs

Seasons will be defined for the eight clubs who are in this season’s play offs. Will you be one of the two promoted teams, two relegated teams or will life continue as normal for you?

Sunday 10th April – Wednesday 13th April – the World Cup!

Starting with the announcement of the squads on Sunday evening, the World Cup will see three games played across three evenings starting with the first semi-final on Monday night and the final on Wednesday night. Now you get to know what will happen when Luke Chapman, Lionel Messi and… Finidi George line up next to each other!


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