The second cross-area board women’s blitz occurred last weekend with LYIT and Queens topping the table with most games played it has put a target on their back as UU are undefeated and looking to storm into the lead. Click Here to see the current standings.
The men’s premier league is starting
to take shape with Elks and Phoenix currently at the top of the league but with newcomers and bottom of the league beating league leaders anything can happen in the Premier league, see this weeks fixtures below.
In D1 there is a far more clearer picture forming as Tyrone Towers have kept 100% record and defeated both of their main rivals Andersonstown Tigers and BC Wolves meaning the can focus on the Cup run over the next month, see this week’s fixtures below.
In D2 Magherafelt Titans are battling with 2 development squads from Phoenix and Towers for the top spot. The teams have a 3 way tie with more teams just behind, the league is getting very tough and the standard of play in D2 has improved immensely to make it a very exciting league to watch. See this weeks fixtures.
The cup is a fantastic opportunity for developing clubs to beat one of the major clubs in the Premier League and one major upset has already occurred as Omagh Thunder defeated Premier League leaders UU Elks and the match-up of the second round seems to be the last years D1 winners against this year D1 leaders Armagh Bisons vs Tyrone Towers. Click here to see the cup bracket