North West 2013 Divisions Released

3 years ago By Mike Palin

With the expansion of the National Conference to include a new division and a decision to put most of the 'A' Teams together there has been a bit of restructuring in the NW mens league.


We are in Div 4 with Div 3 an A Team Division. No doubt you will notice sides in Div 2 who we have been competitive with over recent years (a side we beat 70 - 0 last year even!) but given our aims of growing RL and the Broncos in the long term - we feel that establishing ourselves as one of the top "new" sides around (we are 4 years old as a club remember!) and having a real go at the title in Div 4 is the right way to go about things. There are going to be a fair few local derby games for us this year with Bolton and Westhoughton - as well as Mancunians, East Manchester, and Little Hulton all being close to home!

Start of season numbers have been good so we fully expect to be able to run an A Team in the merit league; details of this are not out from the leagues yet so watch this space.

Dominos North West Men's League

Premier Division 2013
1 Ashton Bears
2 Bank Quay Bulls
3 Clock Face
4 Halton Farnworth Hornets
5 Halton Simms Cross
6 Haydock
7 Roose Pioneers
8 Shevington Sharks
9 Thatto Heath Crusaders A
10 Widnes St Marie's Vikings


Division One
1 Bold Miners
2 Chorley Panthers
3 Folly Lane
4 Haresfinch
5 Heysham Atoms
6 Latchford Albion
7 Leigh East A
8 Leigh Miners Rangers A
9 Leyland Warriors
10 Rochdale Cobras
11 Ulverston
12 Wigan Spring View
13 Wigan St Judes A
14 Wigan St Patricks A

Division Two
1 Accrington Panthers
2 Bamber Bridge
3 Cadishead Rhinos
4 Culcheth Eagles
5 Eccleston Lions
6 Hilton Park
7 Hindpool Tigers
8 Newton Storm
9 Pilkington Recs A
10 Portico Vine
11 St Helens Wildboars
12 Woolston Rovers A

Division Three
1 Blackbrook A
2 Crosfields A
3 Hindley A
4 Ince Rose Bridge A
5 Oldham St Annes A
6 Rochdale Mayfield A
7 Saddleworth Rangers A
8 Waterhead A
9 Widnes West Bank A
10 Wigan St Cuthberts A

Division Four
1 Bolton Mets
2 Burtonwood Bridge
3 Bury Broncos
4 Chester Gladiators
5 East Manchester
6 Fitton Hill
7 Little Hulton Reds
8 Liverpool City
9 Mancunians
10 New Springs
11 Orrell St James
12 Westhoughton Lions
13 Wigan Bulldogs

Where next?

Pre-season begin! Open Age pre-season training has begun every Monday and Wednesday
Cup final preview: Rochdale Cobras v Bury Broncos Bury Broncos face Rochdale Cobras tomorrow in the Riley Cup final in the club’s first chance at silverware since their formation in 2008.


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Sat 24 Oct
First Team Orrell St James
Cup 20 – 6
Sat 17 Oct
First Team Orrell St James
League 88 – 0
Sat 3 Oct
First Team Rochdale Mayfield A
League 16 – 22

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