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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Level transfer - who will it be?
« Last post by olfaithful on Today at 05:13:48 PM »
No doubt we are going to have months of indecision, appeals and muddled thinking.

For me it is simple. Guisborough are coming down and therefore don't belong to a league. They are in Yorkshire and will probably have significantly less travel time to away matches than Scarborough....so that's it's then, Guisborough to Y1.

The Northern Counties Committee should just inform them now and that's that.

Anyone got any other thoughts?

Guisborough confirmed on DN1 for 2017-18.
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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by WL XIII on Today at 11:17:55 AM »
RFU  National Cup Competitions Yorkshire

Level 7 Intermediate Cup - York RUFC
Level 8 Senior Vase - Wath upon Dearne RUFC
Level 9 Junior Vase - Old Otliensians RUFC.

The three clubs have accepted the opportunity to represent Yorkshire in the National Competitions.

Good Luck guys!
Think this nails York to the top spot for me.
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Two clubs so far. Anybody else interested?
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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by avinastella on Today at 10:11:44 AM »

Moortown finished Y2 this year with more points scored, more bonus points & more overall points than we did last season. I know this doesn't mean they are going to find it easy in Y1 but in my eyes it puts them in contention to go up again.

Depends if they behave. I understand they are under threat of another sanction due to behaviour issues.
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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by backrowbandit on Today at 09:47:40 AM »
Applying logic would suggest that York, Beverley, Moortown and Scarborough will all be in the mix.
I meant challenging for the league. 
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Yorkshire 1 / Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by Breakwell15 on Today at 09:46:15 AM »
York will be buoyed by players making themselves available this year with the National Cup. Definitely favourites for top spot now.

Moortown finished Y2 this year with more points scored, more bonus points & more overall points than we did last season. I know this doesn't mean they are going to find it easy in Y1 but in my eyes it puts them in contention to go up again.

Heath need to recruit some backs to compliment their huge pack. Never thought we would meet a better pack this year until we met Westoe.

I really rate Beverley and its an easy players meeting pre-season to set your goals. Only lost to Brid at home, get your players to travel and you will be in the top 2. They were only 2 wins off 2nd (if they didn't have the deduction of 5 points).

York & Beverley top 2 for me.
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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by Ribb Exile in Lancs on Yesterday at 11:18:53 PM »
RFU  National Cup Competitions Yorkshire

Level 7 Intermediate Cup - York RUFC
Level 8 Senior Vase - Wath upon Dearne RUFC
Level 9 Junior Vase - Old Otliensians RUFC.

The three clubs have accepted the opportunity to represent Yorkshire in the National Competitions.
Excellent news - Thank You
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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by Fredsbar on Yesterday at 09:46:15 PM »
RFU  National Cup Competitions Yorkshire

Level 7 Intermediate Cup - York RUFC
Level 8 Senior Vase - Wath upon Dearne RUFC
Level 9 Junior Vase - Old Otliensians RUFC.

The three clubs have accepted the opportunity to represent Yorkshire in the National Competitions.
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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by Ribb Exile in Lancs on Yesterday at 07:40:48 PM »
I think one of the perennial underachievers York or Scarborough will take the honours this time round with
Moortown as dark horses.
Would be upset if Middlesbrough get the National Cup spot through level transfer, as they will be  representing
Yorkshire as an average side to the exclusion of several much stronger clubs, Boro would at best finish mid-table
in Yorkshire One.
Relegation? We at Ribb certainly need more  speed in the backs if we are to improve our performances, recruitment is   hard in our rural area but hopefully we will avoid the horrendous injury problems of last season.
Wheatley Hills must arrest their slide & I hope our friends at Selby have a better season. So Wheatley Hills plus one from Heath Hullensians Ribblesdale, Selby & if level transferred Boro.
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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorks 1 Next Season
« Last post by Oldandslow on Yesterday at 06:58:53 PM »
Top to the table it's hard to look beyond one from York, Scarborough and Beverley. See Moortown as top six unless they recruit very well.

I hope Wheatley Hills manage to regroup but if not I do fear they could be relegated again.

Sadly I also fear for Selby unless they can recruit some quality.

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