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BUCS Tennis 2015-2016 - Premier B South - Women's

Updated: 12/10/2018 15:59 P W D L GDPts
1 Bristol 1st 10 10 0 0 96 30
2 Exeter 2nd 10 8 0 2 64 24
3 Oxford 1st 9 5 0 4 4 15
4 Bath 2nd 10 3 1 6 -44 10
5 Cambridge 1st 9 1 1 7 -44 4
6 Kent 1st 8 0 0 8 -76 0
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League Notes

League Notes

Promotion & Relegation

Fixtures must be completed by Wednesday 10th February 2016 (results to be submitted by 12pm Thursday 11th February). Highest finishing 1st team (finishing in either first or second position) will be eligible to compete in the National Premier promotion playoff. An initial Prem B playoff will take place between the eligible team from Premier B North and from Premier B South (hosting team drawn at random). The winner of this initial playoff fixture will face the team finishing bottom of National Premier to determine which team competes in National Premier in 2016/17. Bottom 2 teams relegated. All 1st teams to Championship with all remaining teams entering the Trophy competition. The BUCS Office reserves the right to amend knockout qualification and promotion/relegation details if required.
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 BristolBristol 1st40
University of ExeterExeter 2nd36
Oxford UniversityOxford 1st34
University of BathBath 2nd33
University of CambridgeCambridge 1st32
University of KentKent 1st31
Wednesday, 09 March 2016
Kent 1st V - V Oxford 1st
Wednesday, 10 February 2016
Kent 1st 0 - 12 Bristol 1st
Bath 2nd 0 - 12 Exeter 2nd
Wednesday, 03 February 2016
Bristol 1st 10 - 2 Exeter 2nd
Bath 2nd 4 - 8 Oxford 1st
Cambridge 1st V - V Kent 1st
Cambridge 1st LWWWLW
Bristol 1st LLWWWW
Bath 2nd LDWWWL
Kent 1st WWLWLL
Exeter 2nd LLWLWW
Oxford 1st LDDWWL
No scorers recorded
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