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For the first time ever this year the league will be split during the season.
We have had 15 teams register for the new season, which is a difficult number as it would mean a 30 week season leaving no room for cups. Therefore, the first half of the season will see every team playing each other, with the league then splitting into two divisions for the second half of the season. All points will be carried over and the top 8 sides will form a Premier League and play each other once to decide a champion, whereas the bottom 7 teams will form a Division 1, again with a trophy for the team that comes out on top. This will mean a 22 week season, which leaves enough room for a whole league handicap cup throughout the season, and a divisional cup when the league has finished.
We are pleased to confirm that the league has received sponsorship this year from two of our players.
Further to my earlier post it seems that the Division One champions Cuesaders were left off the list and there are in fact 15 teams registered for the season!
After a flurry of activity last week it has been confirmed that 14 teams have registered for the new season including a return for South Wales Snooker. The league will start on Sept 18th and is likely to be one division.
The teams are: Aber & Senghenydd, Cathays Cons, Canton Libs A, Canton Libs B, Canton Libs Z, County Cons, Mackintosh Sports, Park Club, Rumney British Legion, Savoy, South Wales Snooker A, South Wales Snooker B, Taffs Well, Trec Bandits