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Cricket | WIKI: Cricket in New Lunenburg
- Season 1: Somers Shield | Twenty20 Cup | Knockout Trophy

Rugby league | WIKI: Rugby league in New Lunenburg
- Season 1: National League

Rugby union | WIKI: Rugby union in New Lunenburg
- Season 1: Premiership
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Cricket in New Lunenburg

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Cricket is the most popular summer sport in New Lunenburg and is the de facto national sport. At the professional level, cricket is the third most popular spectator sport in the country, with both codes of rugby beating cricket in terms of attendance figures. Though in terms of amateur participation, cricket is by far the most popular sport in New Lunenburg, with nearly half a million players registered with a club out of a population of just over five million. Cricket is also the sport with the longest history in New Lunenburg, having been introduced by British colonists within the first few decades after the island was settled. At both the professional and amateur levels, the sport is controlled by the New Lunenburg Cricket Board. The NLCB also operates New Lunenburg's national representative cricket teams and is an associate member of the NationStates Global Cricket Federation. The historic St Mary's Ground in Clarendon is seen as the spiritual home of New Lunenburg cricket and the NLCB was based there until the turn of the new millennium, when the decision was made to build a new elite-level stadium in the nation's capital. The NLCB is now headquartered at the Jubilee Stadium in Victoria, which is among the largest and most modern sporting facilities in the country, having been constructed in time for the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2002. In international competition, New Lunenburg made its mark by becoming the first champions of the ODI World Trophy, which ranks as one of the nation's proudest sporting achievements.

As in many other countries, professional cricket in New Lunenburg is played between teams representing the different regions of the country, many of which have historic rivalries with each other.
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Clarendon and Verulam, which are the two most populous regions, share a particularly intense rivalry that extends across all facets of life and cricket is no exception to this rule. Another regional derby of note is the 'Battle of Brunswick', which is contested between Hither Brunswick and Further Brunswick. Whilst attempts have been made by the NLCB's marketing department to brand matches between Queen's County and Montgomery as a rivalry, there is in fact little animosity between the two regions and both sides would consider their traditional rival to be Clarendon. Clarendon is not much liked by anyone else as this region contains the nation's largest city, which bears the same name as the region as a whole and is often seen by rural New Lunenburgers as representative of a certain sort of elitism. Apart from the six regional representative teams, two university cricket teams are also afforded first-class status in New Lunenburg. Sides representing the National University of New Lunenburg, Victoria and St Mary's College, Clarendon traditionally play three-day warm-up matches against the regional teams at the beginning of the cricket season and also compete in the List A Knockout Trophy. Although the university sides rarely manage an upset victory against professional opposition, they remain an important part of the cricketing structure in New Lunenburg and around a third of professional cricketers began their first-class careers by playing for their university. In addition to this, the Varsity Match played between the National University and St Mary's College is often seen as one of the highlights of the cricketing calendar in New Lunenburg and has always attracted outstanding attendance figures for an amateur match.

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New Lunenburg has professional domestic competitions in all three formats of the game. The Somers Shield is the domestic first-class cricket competition in New Lunenburg. Matches are played over four days and the competition takes the form of a round-robin between the six regional representative sides. Before the commencement of the regular season, St Mary's College and the National University play warm-up matches against the professional sides, which is followed by the Varsity Match between the two institutions. This match is so ingrained into the cultural fabric of New Lunenburg that it is traditionally regarded as the start of summer. Even though first-class cricket is nowhere near as popular as it once was, having lost ground to limited overs cricket, the Somers Shield remains the ultimate prize in domestic cricket for purists of the game and is recognised by all cricket fans as important for preparing players for the New Lunenburg test cricket side. The Twenty20 Cup is New Lunenburg's newest and most popular domestic cricket competition in terms of television viewing figures and attendance. The six regional sides play a round-robin regular season against each other, which is followed by the top four teams going to the Finals Weekend at the Jubilee Stadium in Victoria to play the semi-finals and final. The Twenty20 Cup Finals Weekend is one of the highlights of the cricketing calendar in New Lunenburg and is renowned as a true carnival of cricket with a party atmosphere. New Lunenburg's domestic List A contest is the Knockout Trophy, in which sides are scheduled a maximum of 50 overs each, so as to adequately prepare cricketers for One Day Internationals. Unlike other domestic cricket competitions, the university sides do not just play warm-up matches before the tournament but take part in the full competition. As the name implies, the Knockout Trophy is also unique for eschewing the round-robin format in favour of a double-elimination tournament. Whilst this has typically made for an exciting competition, this format has also been criticised for not giving enough games for the members of the international squad to prepare for One Day Internationals and somewhat cheapening one-day cricket.
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Rugby league in New Lunenburg

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Both codes of rugby football enjoy popularity in New Lunenburg and rugby league is the predominant winter sport in the south and east of the country, though rugby league still slightly trails rugby union in terms of attendance and participation at the amateur level, which is mostly due to rugby union's dominance in the large cities of Clarendon and Verulam. Even before the split between union and league, rugby had long since established itself as the nation's favoured football code, with the first rugby club in New Lunenburg having been founded in 1868. The genesis of the 13-man code in New Lunenburg comes from the Northern Union sending a team representing Great Britain to tour New Lunenburg in 1910, the touring outfit planned for three tests, which were to be played in Brunswick, Victoria and Clarendon. However, on the same day that the second test was played in Victoria, the New Lunenburg Rugby Football Union announced strict sanctions against those that had participated in the matches against the Northern Union side, which resulted in the cancellation of the third test in Clarendon and the banning of some of the best players of the generation from playing rugby union ever again. Incidentally, this was also New Lunenburg's first victorious series in any sport against the mother country, with the test in Brunswick having been drawn 13-13 and the Victoria test resulting in a 19-15 victory for New Lunenburg. The 1910 Great Britain tour was soon followed by the founding of the New Lunenburg Rugby League to govern the new game and the solidification of the code's dominance in Further Brunswick, Hither Brunswick and Queen's County, which remain the heartlands of the sport to this day. Rugby league was the most popular spectator sport in New Lunenburg for much of the 20th century and many young rugby union stars continued to switch codes so that they could earn a wage playing the sport they love. This practice long ensured that rugby league had the finest footballing talent on offer. Whereas rugby league was and is vastly popular in its heartland regions, it had little to no presence in the rugby union strongholds of northern and western New Lunenburg for close to a century and rugby league's status as a 'regional' sport was not helped by the rugby union authorities maintaining a policy of issuing strict sanctions against anyone who played rugby league until 1995. The NLRL would finally expand the National League into the nation's two largest cities in 2000, introducing the Clarendon Centurions and the Verulam Centurions into the competition.
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Rugby union in New Lunenburg

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Rugby union is the most popular spectator sport in New Lunenburg and is second only to cricket in terms of participation at the amateur level. Whereas rugby league predominates in the southern and eastern parts of the country, rugby union is the dominant winter sport in and around the large cities of Clarendon and Verulam, as well as in Montgomery. Records of rugby union in New Lunenburg date as far back as the foundation of Clarendon St Mary's RFC in 1868, who remain one of the most successful sides and still play in the country's top tier club competition, the NLRFU Premiership. Although the New Lunenburg Rugby Football Union would lose half of the country to the other code after the 1910 schism in New Lunenburg rugby, the sport remained popular in the wealthier urban centres of Clarendon and Verulam, which often leads to fans of rugby league considering rugby union to be the sport of the moneyed elite. Nonetheless, rugby union always remained the dominant code in rural Montgomery, even to the extent that the other code has no presence in the region to this day. For close to a century, both codes of rugby stuck to their strongholds and scarcely considered the prospect of competing with one another, though this would change when rugby union abandoned its longstanding policy of amateurism in 1995. The NLRFU quickly responded to the changing nature of the game and set up an official club competition for the first time, as clubs had simply organised matches with one another without recourse to the governing body during the amateur era. Whereas it was quite evident that traditionally strong clubs such as Clarendon St Mary's, South Verulam and Montgomery Wanderers would be included in this new Premiership, many were surprised by the inclusion of two new clubs that had recently been established in Brunswick and Victoria, deep within what was traditionally considered to be rugby league territory. The introduction of professionalism into the game was without doubt the most significant event in the history of rugby union since the schism in 1910 and the NLRFU certainly reaped the benefits of money pouring into the game.
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Season 1 - Somers Shield

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Win - 16 points
Tie - 9 points
Draw - 5 points
Bonus Points - 4 points awarded for a first innings lead, 2 points awarded for a first innings tie, 1 point awarded for an innings/10 wicket victory.


St Mary's College bat first
St Mary's College 144 (71.1 overs), 159 (63.5 overs)
Clarendon 500/4d (137.2 overs),
Clarendon win by an innings and 197 runs

Queen's County bat first
National University 109 (29.1 overs), 233 (58.0 overs)
Queen's County 314 (75.0 overs), 29/1 (11.3 overs)
Queen's County win by 9 wickets

St Mary's College bat first
National University 148 (51.1 overs), 258/8 (75.1 overs)
St Mary's College 169 (42.1 overs), 236 (57.0 overs)
National University win by 2 wickets


Round 1:
Further Brunswick bat first
Clarendon 229 (85.2 overs), 90/6 (33.1 overs)
Further Brunswick 100 (33.5 overs), 218 (72.5 overs)
Clarendon win by 4 wickets

Hither Brunswick bat first
Hither Brunswick 256 (111.4 overs), 156 (51.3 overs)
Montgomery 79 (31.3 overs), 82 (23.5 overs)
Montgomery lose by 251 runs

Queen's County bat first
Queen's County 139 (45.0 overs), 121 (52.3 overs)
Verulam 428/7d (131.4 overs),
Verulam win by an innings and 168 runs

Round 2:
Further Brunswick bat first
Further Brunswick 322 (106.4 overs), 157 (64.0 overs)
Hither Brunswick 287 (104.2 overs), 193/7 (69.3 overs)
Hither Brunswick win by 3 wickets

Montgomery bat first
Montgomery 446 (114.5 overs), 358/8 (123.2 overs)
Queen's County 359 (105.4 overs),
Drawn

Clarendon bat first
Verulam 262 (90.3 overs), 204/9 (66.1 overs)
Clarendon 522/4d (159.0 overs),
Drawn

Round 3:
Verulam bat first
Verulam 257 (70.0 overs), 193 (74.3 overs)
Hither Brunswick 296 (98.2 overs), 155/3 (50.2 overs)
Hither Brunswick win by 7 wickets

Further Brunswick bat first
Queen's County 523/4d (137.0 overs),
Further Brunswick 348 (124.2 overs), 170 (55.3 overs)
Queen's County win by an innings and 5 runs

Clarendon bat first
Montgomery 296 (89.2 overs), 208 (53.5 overs)
Clarendon 465/9d (122.2 overs), 183 (58.2 overs)
Montgomery lose by 144 runs

Round 4:
Clarendon bat first
Clarendon 312 (90.1 overs), 159 (38.3 overs)
Queen's County 240 (74.4 overs), 186 (72.5 overs)
Queen's County lose by 45 runs

Verulam bat first
Further Brunswick 271 (103.3 overs), 155/6 (65.1 overs)
Verulam 264 (79.5 overs), 186 (74.0 overs)
Drawn

Hither Brunswick bat first
Montgomery 248 (96.3 overs), 198/7 (64.4 overs)
Hither Brunswick 300 (85.3 overs), 316 (87.2 overs)
Drawn

Round 5:
Hither Brunswick bat first
Hither Brunswick 433 (142.4 overs), 245 (82.0 overs)
Clarendon 263 (82.0 overs), 105 (42.3 overs)
Clarendon lose by 310 runs

Further Brunswick bat first
Further Brunswick 247 (78.0 overs), 148 (42.1 overs),
Montgomery 394 (122.5 overs), 2/0 (0.4 overs)
Montgomery win by 10 wickets

Queen's County bat first
Verulam 322 (112.0 overs), 41/4 (19.1 overs)
Queen's County 337 (118.4 overs), 255 (70.1 overs)
Drawn

Round 6:
Verulam bat first
Clarendon 285 (107.0 overs), 186/8 (84.3 overs)
Verulam 320 (119.1 overs), 146 (56.1 overs),
Clarendon win by 2 wickets

Hither Brunswick bat first
Hither Brunswick 364 (130.4 overs), 261 (74.1 overs)
Queen's County 357 (126.0 overs), 52/1 (17.5 overs)
Drawn

Montgomery bat first
Montgomery 465 (111.3 overs), 152 (41.1 overs)
Further Brunswick 320 (89.2 overs), 269 (69.4 overs)
Further Brunswick lose by 28 runs

Round 7:
Montgomery bat first
Queen's County 281 (73.2 overs), 176/3 (46.4 overs)
Montgomery 285 (103.2 overs), 168 (74.1 overs)
Queen's County win by 7 wickets

Further Brunswick bat first
Further Brunswick 318 (108.1 overs), 162 (49.5 overs)
Clarendon 301 (89.5 overs), 180/8 (57.1 overs)
Clarendon win by 2 wickets

Verulam bat first
Hither Brunswick 429/3d (144.4 overs),
Verulam 205 (74.4 overs), 214 (72.2 overs)
Hither Brunswick win by an innings and 10 runs

Round 8:
Montgomery bat first
Verulam 344 (124.3 overs), 126 (56.4 overs)
Montgomery 287 (91.1 overs), 212 (73.5 overs)
Verulam lose by 29 runs

Queen's County bat first
Queen's County 227 (69.5 overs), 234 (95.3 overs)
Clarendon 358 (104.3 overs), 104/1 (27.5 overs)
Clarendon win by 9 wickets

Hither Brunswick bat first
Hither Brunswick 303 (83.3 overs), 209 (61.0 overs)
Further Brunswick 244 (102.0 overs), 144 (45.2 overs)
Further Brunswick lose by 124 runs


Round 9:
Montgomery bat first
Clarendon 326 (73.0 overs), 85/3 (29.1 overs)
Montgomery 325 (78.1 overs), 85 (40.1 overs)
Clarendon win by 7 wickets

Queen's County bat first
Queen's County 216 (88.2 overs), 154 (46.0 overs)
Hither Brunswick 283 (92.4 overs), 89/5 (36.1 overs)
Hither Brunswick win by 5 wickets

Further Brunswick bat first
Verulam 301 (94.1 overs), 148/7 (48.4 overs)
Further Brunswick 259 (105.4 overs), 286 (81.2 overs)
Drawn

Round 10:
Queen's County bat first
Further Brunswick 460 (122.1 overs), 136 (39.3 overs),
Queen's County 501/3d (150.3 overs), 138/3 (44.3 overs)
Queen's County win by 7 wickets

Verulam bat first
Montgomery 112 (40.1 overs), 311 (109.0 overs)
Verulam 344 (106.1 overs), 80/4 (32.2 overs)
Verulam win by 6 wickets

Clarendon bat first
Clarendon 376 (120.2 overs), 288 (90.3 overs)
Hither Brunswick 274 (80.3 overs), 222/4 (63.4 overs)
Drawn

Somers Shield       Pld  W  T  D  L  BP  Pts
1 Hither Brunswick 10 7 0 3 0 29 160
2 Clarendon 10 7 0 2 1 28 150
3 Queen's County 10 3 0 3 4 13 76
4 Montgomery 10 3 0 2 5 17 75
5 Verulam 10 2 0 4 4 21 73
6 Further Brunswick 10 0 0 2 8 12 22
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Season 1 - Twenty20 Cup

Postby New Lunenburg » Mon Apr 13, 2020 8:36 am

Round 1:
Hither Brunswick 148/6 (20 overs)
Queen's County 151/7 (17 overs)

Verulam 110/2 (15.3 overs)
Clarendon 108 (16 overs)

Montgomery 133/6 (15.2 overs)
Further Brunswick 131/8 (20 overs)

Round 2:
Queen's County 130/6 (20 overs)
Further Brunswick 133/5 (17.3 overs)

Clarendon 144/5 (20 overs)
Montgomery 188/6 (20 overs)

Hither Brunswick 135/7 (20 overs)
Verulam 137/6 (20 overs)

Round 3:
Verulam 135/7 (20 overs)
Queen's County 203/3 (20 overs)

Montgomery 97/8 (20 overs)
Hither Brunswick 101/5 (15.4 overs)

Further Brunswick 143/8 (20 overs)
Clarendon 153 (18.4 overs)

Round 4:
Queen's County 171/7 (20 overs)
Clarendon 161/7 (20 overs)

Hither Brunswick 105/5 (19.3 overs)
Further Brunswick 104 (14.2 overs)

Verulam 139/6 (18 overs)
Montgomery 135/2 (20 overs)

Round 5:
Montgomery 108/7 (15.1 overs)
Queen's County 104/8 (20 overs)

Further Brunswick 129/7 (20 overs)
Verulam 130/4 (20 overs)

Clarendon 136/3 (20 overs)
Hither Brunswick 184/2 (20 overs)

Round 6:
Queen's County 135/8 (20 overs)
Hither Brunswick 136/6 (18 overs)

Clarendon 165/8 (20 overs)
Verulam 139/5 (20 overs)

Further Brunswick 138/7 (20 overs)
Montgomery 177/7 (20 overs)

Round 7:
Further Brunswick 176/7 (20 overs)
Queen's County 138/3 (20 overs)

Montgomery 166/6 (18.2 overs)
Clarendon 164/3 (20 overs)

Verulam 158/8 (20 overs)
Hither Brunswick 141/5 (20 overs)

Round 8:
Queen's County 123/9 (14.3 overs)
Verulam 121/5 (20 overs)

Hither Brunswick 139/7 (20 overs)
Montgomery 106/3 (20 overs)

Clarendon 139/7 (20 overs)
Further Brunswick 140/5 (20 overs)

Round 9:
Clarendon 128/6 (20 overs)
Queen's County 129/7 (20 overs)

Further Brunswick 120/8 (20 overs)
Hither Brunswick 168/7 (20 overs)

Montgomery 141/3 (20 overs)
Verulam 159/2 (20 overs)

Round 10:
Queen's County 131/7 (20 overs)
Montgomery 138/6 (20 overs)

Verulam 135/8 (20 overs)
Further Brunswick 139/6 (19.1 overs)

Hither Brunswick 148/9 (16.1 overs)
Clarendon 144/3 (20 overs)


Twenty20 Cup            Pld    W   D   L      Avg    Pts 
1 Hither Brunswick 10 7 0 3 1.091 14
2 Montgomery 10 6 0 4 1.029 12
3 Verulam 10 6 0 4 0.961 12
4 Queen's County 10 5 0 5 1.022 10
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5 Further Brunswick 10 4 0 6 0.961 8
6 Clarendon 10 2 0 8 0.950 4


Semi-Finals:
Hither Brunswick 133/2 (20 overs)
Queen's County 135/6 (17.1 overs)

Montgomery 109 (16.3 overs)
Verulam 112/6 (14 overs)

Final:
Verulam 152/5 (16.3 overs)
Queen's County 149/6 (20 overs)
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Season 1 - Knockout Trophy

Postby New Lunenburg » Mon May 04, 2020 5:21 am

Hither Brunswick 178/8 (31.2 overs)
Montgomery 176 (32.3 overs)

Clarendon 271/8 (50 overs)
Queen's County 274/9 (42.4 overs)

Verulam 217/8 (43.1 overs)
St Mary's College 214 (48.1 overs)

National University 242/6 (50 overs)
Further Brunswick 246/3 (44.3 overs)

Montgomery 220/5 (46.3 overs)
Clarendon 216 (41.5 overs)

St Mary's College 123 (47.2 overs)
National University 124/8 (29.3 overs)

Hither Brunswick 198 (26.2 overs)
Queen's County 273/8 (50 overs)

Verulam 177/2 (36.2 overs)
Further Brunswick 174/9 (50 overs)

Montgomery 174/9 (50 overs)
Hither Brunswick 175/9 (42 overs)

Further Brunswick 239/8 (47.1 overs)
National University 236/5 (50 overs)

Queen's County 244/9 (50 overs)
Verulam 275/5 (50 overs)

Hither Brunswick 202 (36.4 overs)
Further Brunswick 205/8 (48 overs)

Queen's County 207 (48.2 overs)
Further Brunswick 340 (47.4 overs)

Verulam 273/6 (50 overs)
Further Brunswick 276/7 (48.5 overs)


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Season 1 - National League

Postby New Lunenburg » Wed Jun 03, 2020 11:54 am

Round 1:
Victoria 26–12 Southport
Brunswick Trinity 24–18 Reid
Victoria Rovers 18–19 Hartington
Clarendon Crusaders 0–46 Verulam Centurions
Brunswick Harps 22–26 Rosse

Round 2:
Southport 18–24 Rosse
Verulam Centurions 12–30 Brunswick Harps
Hartington 24–18 Clarendon Crusaders
Reid 32–12 Victoria Rovers
Victoria 6–32 Brunswick Trinity

Round 3:
Southport 18–24 Rosse
Verulam Centurions 12–30 Brunswick Harps
Hartington 24–18 Clarendon Crusaders
Reid 32–12 Victoria Rovers
Victoria 6–32 Brunswick Trinity

Round 4:
Southport 22–16 Verulam Centurions
Hartington 41–6 Rosse
Reid 6–34 Brunswick Harps
Victoria 28–7 Clarendon Crusaders
Brunswick Trinity 42–6 Victoria Rovers

Round 5:
Clarendon Crusaders 18–24 Brunswick Trinity
Brunswick Harps 40–10 Victoria
Rosse 6–42 Reid
Verulam Centurions 28–16 Hartington

Round 6:
Southport 18–24 Hartington
Reid 12–30 Verulam Centurions
Victoria 24–18 Rosse
Brunswick Trinity 12–23 Brunswick Harps
Victoria Rovers 16–24 Clarendon Crusaders

Round 7:
Clarendon Crusaders 23–10 Southport
Brunswick Harps 34–4 Victoria Rovers
Rosse 24–16 Brunswick Trinity
Verulam Centurions 36–0 Victoria
Hartington 42–7 Reid

Round 8:
Southport 22–30 Reid
Victoria 22–28 Hartington
Brunswick Trinity 12–30 Verulam Centurions
Victoria Rovers 6–32 Rosse
Clarendon Crusaders 18–22 Brunswick Harps

Round 9:
Brunswick Harps 24–16 Southport
Rosse 30–18 Clarendon Crusaders
Verulam Centurions 12–25 Victoria Rovers
Hartington 18–20 Brunswick Trinity
Reid 32–6 Victoria

Round 10:
Brunswick Harps 24–16 Southport
Rosse 30–18 Clarendon Crusaders
Verulam Centurions 12–25 Victoria Rovers
Hartington 18–20 Brunswick Trinity
Reid 32–6 Victoria

Round 11:
Rosse 7–26 Southport
Brunswick Harps 22–22 Verulam Centurions
Clarendon Crusaders 24–11 Hartington
Victoria Rovers 4–27 Reid
Brunswick Trinity 37–4 Victoria

Round 12:
Southport 21–12 Brunswick Trinity
Victoria 40–0 Victoria Rovers
Reid 36–18 Clarendon Crusaders
Hartington 30–24 Brunswick Harps
Verulam Centurions 26–6 Rosse

Round 13:
Verulam Centurions 18–24 Southport
Rosse 6–42 Hartington
Brunswick Harps 38–0 Reid
Clarendon Crusaders 22–18 Victoria
Victoria Rovers 10–25 Brunswick Trinity

Round 14:
Verulam Centurions 18–24 Southport
Rosse 6–42 Hartington
Brunswick Harps 38–0 Reid
Clarendon Crusaders 22–18 Victoria
Victoria Rovers 10–25 Brunswick Trinity

Round 15:
Hartington 28–8 Southport
Verulam Centurions 18–22 Reid
Rosse 16–24 Victoria
Brunswick Harps 36–1 Brunswick Trinity
Clarendon Crusaders 30–12 Victoria Rovers

Round 16:
Southport 30–12 Clarendon Crusaders
Victoria Rovers 6–35 Brunswick Harps
Brunswick Trinity 40–6 Rosse
Victoria 18–22 Verulam Centurions
Reid 28–12 Hartington

Round 17:
Reid 32–16 Southport
Hartington 20–22 Victoria
Verulam Centurions 12–30 Brunswick Trinity
Rosse 20–11 Victoria Rovers
Brunswick Harps 38–12 Clarendon Crusaders

Round 18:
Southport 32–12 Brunswick Harps
Clarendon Crusaders 25–12 Rosse
Victoria Rovers 16–22 Verulam Centurions
Brunswick Trinity 22–16 Hartington
Victoria 13–24 Reid


National League           Pld   W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Brunswick Harps 18 14 1 3 527 235 +292 29
2 Brunswick Trinity 18 13 0 5 426 295 +131 26
3 Hartington 18 11 0 7 451 323 +128 22
4 Reid 18 11 0 7 398 357 +41 22
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5 Verulam Centurions 18 9 1 8 417 317 +100 19
6 Southport 18 8 0 10 370 358 +12 16
7 Victoria 18 8 0 10 311 416 −105 16
8 Rosse 18 8 0 10 297 442 −145 16
9 Clarendon Crusaders 18 6 0 12 316 430 −114 12
10 Victoria Rovers 18 1 0 17 181 521 −340 2


Semi-Finals:
Brunswick Harps 30-12 Reid
Brunswick Trinity 16-22 Hartington

Final:
Brunswick Harps 24-13 Hartington
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Season 1 - Premiership

Postby New Lunenburg » Fri Jun 05, 2020 10:05 am

Round 1:
Verulam Rangers 24–18 Pool
Brunswick Lions 22–23 Clarendon Wasps
Victoria Capitals 21–23 Clarendon St Mary's
Carnarvon 40–0 South Verulam
Rosebery 38–10 Montgomery Wanderers

Round 2:
Pool 19–27 Montgomery Wanderers
South Verulam 8–38 Rosebery
Clarendon St Mary's 35–5 Carnarvon
Clarendon Wasps 35–17 Victoria Capitals
Verulam Rangers 13–35 Brunswick Lions

Round 3:
Brunswick Lions 27–16 Pool
Victoria Capitals 36–14 Verulam Rangers
Carnarvon 28–18 Clarendon Wasps
Rosebery 30–20 Clarendon St Mary's
Montgomery Wanderers 28–6 South Verulam

Round 4:
Pool 32–3 South Verulam
Clarendon St Mary's 33–20 Montgomery Wanderers
Clarendon Wasps 18–22 Rosebery
Verulam Rangers 27–13 Carnarvon
Brunswick Lions 30–20 Victoria Capitals

Round 5:
Victoria Capitals 26–30 Pool
Carnarvon 20–10 Brunswick Lions
Rosebery 32–10 Verulam Rangers
Montgomery Wanderers 29–17 Clarendon Wasps
South Verulam 10–36 Clarendon St Mary's

Round 6:
Pool 20–32 Clarendon St Mary's
Clarendon Wasps 44–3 South Verulam
Verulam Rangers 17–23 Montgomery Wanderers
Brunswick Lions 23–25 Rosebery
Victoria Capitals 13–19 Carnarvon

Round 7:
Pool 20–32 Clarendon St Mary's
Clarendon Wasps 44–3 South Verulam
Verulam Rangers 17–23 Montgomery Wanderers
Brunswick Lions 23–25 Rosebery
Victoria Capitals 13–19 Carnarvon

Round 8:
Pool 3–29 Clarendon Wasps
Verulam Rangers 16–24 Clarendon St Mary's
Brunswick Lions 42–0 South Verulam
Victoria Capitals 32–6 Montgomery Wanderers
Carnarvon 12–31 Rosebery

Round 9:
Rosebery 49–3 Pool
Montgomery Wanderers 35–11 Carnarvon
South Verulam 10–28 Victoria Capitals
Clarendon St Mary's 20–24 Brunswick Lions
Clarendon Wasps 35–9 Verulam Rangers

Round 10:
Pool 8–30 Verulam Rangers
Clarendon Wasps 27–9 Brunswick Lions
Clarendon St Mary's 29–17 Victoria Capitals
South Verulam 13–26 Carnarvon
Montgomery Wanderers 16–26 Rosebery

Round 11:
Montgomery Wanderers 42–10 Pool
Rosebery 32–9 South Verulam
Carnarvon 22–14 Clarendon St Mary's
Victoria Capitals 22–14 Clarendon Wasps
Brunswick Lions 46–7 Verulam Rangers

Round 12:
Pool 17–31 Brunswick Lions
Verulam Rangers 11–23 Victoria Capitals
Clarendon Wasps 13–27 Carnarvon
Clarendon St Mary's 15–29 Rosebery
South Verulam 17–33 Montgomery Wanderers

Round 13:
South Verulam 32–6 Pool
Montgomery Wanderers 31–11 Clarendon St Mary's
Rosebery 25–15 Clarendon Wasps
Carnarvon 36–10 Verulam Rangers
Victoria Capitals 17–31 Brunswick Lions

Round 14:
Pool 25–16 Victoria Capitals
Brunswick Lions 25–15 Carnarvon
Verulam Rangers 10–31 Rosebery
Clarendon Wasps 36–14 Montgomery Wanderers
Clarendon St Mary's 40–10 South Verulam

Round 15:
Clarendon St Mary's 23–15 Pool
South Verulam 10–22 Clarendon Wasps
Montgomery Wanderers 18–24 Verulam Rangers
Rosebery 40–14 Brunswick Lions
Carnarvon 41–7 Victoria Capitals

Round 16:
Pool 8–34 Carnarvon
Victoria Capitals 8–28 Rosebery
Brunswick Lions 37–7 Montgomery Wanderers
Verulam Rangers 48–0 South Verulam
Clarendon Wasps 27–25 Clarendon St Mary's

Round 17:
Clarendon Wasps 26–14 Pool
Clarendon St Mary's 20–6 Verulam Rangers
South Verulam 14–24 Brunswick Lions
Montgomery Wanderers 44–6 Victoria Capitals
Rosebery 25–15 Carnarvon

Round 18:
Pool 20–20 Rosebery
Carnarvon 27–17 Montgomery Wanderers
Victoria Capitals 33–3 South Verulam
Brunswick Lions 11–23 Clarendon St Mary's
Verulam Rangers 25–23 Clarendon Wasps

Premiership               Pld   W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Rosebery 18 17 1 0 560 229 +331 70
2 Clarendon St Mary's 18 12 0 6 466 324 +142 48
3 Brunswick Lions 18 12 0 6 461 320 +141 48
4 Carnarvon 18 12 0 6 421 307 +114 48
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5 Clarendon Wasps 18 10 0 8 432 347 +85 40
6 Montgomery Wanderers 18 9 0 9 416 387 +29 36
7 Verulam Rangers 18 7 0 11 328 428 −100 28
8 Victoria Capitals 18 6 0 12 345 432 −87 24
9 Pool 18 3 1 14 270 501 −231 14
10 South Verulam 18 1 0 17 155 579 −424 4

Semi-Finals:
Rosebery 19-15 Carnarvon
Clarendon St Mary's 26-6 Brunswick Lions

Final:
Rosebery 17-31 Clarendon St Mary's
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