E-League Round 2 Round Up [11/Jan/19]

The publication of results for Round 2 of the E-League, November, was delayed but went live last week, links available in the E-League section

Before we get to looking at Round 2 itself, The E-League automatically relegates any team not entering a score all season (above and beyond its usual 2 up/2 down promotion and relegation) so don't think that because you or your club haven't entered any scores so far you might as well not bother. It might save your E-bacon.

Elsewhere the closing date for BUCS entries - 17th January - is approaching and the BUTC entry form is expected to be released shortly.

In Division 1, Warwick got the better of Birmingham in another high scoring contest to leave the two sides with almost identical records, both on 19 points. Loughborough were third in the round and were not far behind the leading duo. They rose from 7th to 4th overall. Liverpool were fourth in the round but stay third in the table on 15, with a 3 point lead over Loughborough. Napier are fifth on 11, ahead of Cambridge and Southampton.

In Division 2, Exeter and Plymouth are the leading A teams (second and fourth overall). Bristol lead Division 3 after 2 maximums. Nottingham continue their E-League revival with A, B and C teams finishing first second and third in Division 4 again. Three A teams lead the Conference, with UCLan on 20/20 and both St Andrews and De Montfort on 17.

There were first individual E-League Round wins for Alex Wise and Bryony Pitman (both Northumbria). Enrik Nako leads William Pike (both Warwick) 37-36 in gents recurve, whilst Eleanor Piper leads Rebekah Tipping (both Birmingham) 39-37 in ladies. Sherman Ip (Warwick), Arthur Coveney (Loughborough) and Joseph Tripp (Plymouth) and Harriet Kelsey (Nottingham), Harlie Mason (Central Lancs) and Hannah Burnage (Warwick) make up the respective 3rd to 5th senior recurves.

In novice division 1, Birmingham took top spot in the round ahead of Cambridge and Napier third. Cambridge lead on 19 with Napier on 17, 5 clear of the rest. Yang Ma and Leigh Hewitt (both Birmingham) took the individual novice honours in November, whilst Tom Burridge (Cambridge) and Ashley Hess (Napier) lead the novice standings overall.

Round 3 of the E-League covers any scores shot during December or January, with a submission deadline of Tuesday 5th February.

News and Editorials 2018/2019

  • Discs roll to Reading [15/Jan/19]
  • E-League Round 2 Round Up [11/Jan/19]
  • 3 is the magic number [19/Dec/18]
  • SEAL 1 vs SEAL 2 [14/Dec/18]
  • Bradford lay NEUAL marker [05/Dec/18]
  • BUTTS 3 pointer [28/Nov/18]
  • SSS double for Napier [25/Nov/18]
  • North by South West [21/Nov/18]
  • Warwick 1-1 Birmingham [16/Nov/18]
  • Northumbria return in style [09/Nov/18]
  • Flying start for Fifers [01/Nov/18]
  • BUTC bid dates, BUTC dates [18/Oct/18]
  • BUCS Regional proposals [08/Oct/18]
  • Leeds the way for BUCS [01/Oct/18]
  • 18 Certificate [03/Sep/18]

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