2009 BAFL season

The 2009 BAFL Season is the British American Football League. BritBowl XXIII, the league's championship game, is scheduled to be played at Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster on September 27, 2009.

Schedule

Regular Season

Formula

Based on the British American Football League, setup for the 2009 season there will be a 3 tier structure consisting of:

Division Teams
BAFL Premier 5
BAFL 1 North Conference 7
BAFL 1 South East Conference 6
BAFL 1 South West Conference 6
BAFL 2 Central Conference 6
BAFL 2 East Conference 4
BAFL 2 North Conference 4
BAFL 2 Scottish Conference 4
BAFL 2 South East Conference 4
BAFL 2 South West Conference 5

Regular season standings

W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PCT = Winning Percentage, PF= Points For, PA = Points Against

Clinched playoff seeds are shaded in green.

BAFL Premier standings

BAFL Premier
Team W L T PCT PF PA
London Blitz 8 0 0 1.000 304 43
Coventry Cassidy Jets 5 3 0 0.625 145 142
Bristol Aztecs 5 3 0 0.625 180 186
Farnham Fast Lane Knights 2 6 0 0.250 133 231
Sussex Thunder 0 8 0 0.000 64 224

BAFL Division 1 standings

BAFL Division 2 standings

Playoffs

The playoffs are scheduled to be played on September 5/6, 2009. BritBowl XXIII will then be played on September 27, 2009 at Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster.

BAFL Premier Playoff

Seed Teams
1 London Blitz
2 Coventry Jets
3 Bristol Aztecs
4 Farnham Knights

BAFL Premier Championship Game/BritBowl

Semifinals   BritBowl
1  London Blitz 33  
4  Farnham Knights 13     1  London Blitz 26
2  Coventry Jets 28   2  Coventry Jets 7
3  Bristol Aztecs 14  

BAFL 1 Playoff

Seed Teams
1 London Cobras
2 Tamworth Phoenix
3 East Kilbride Pirates
4 Oxford Saints
5 Cambridgeshire Cats
6 Gateshead Senators
7 Kent Exiles
8 Doncaster Mustangs

BAFL 1 Championship Game

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                         
1  London Cobras 66  
8  Doncaster Mustangs 0  
  1  London Cobras 22  
  5  Cambridgeshire Cats 6  
4  Oxford Saints 13
5  Cambridgeshire Cats 25  
    1  London Cobras 8
  3  East Kilbride Pirates 0
2  Tamworth Phoenix 27  
7  Kent Exiles 20  
  2  Tamworth Phoenix 0
  3  East Kilbride Pirates 25  
3  East Kilbride Pirates 28
6  Gateshead Senators 0  

BAFL 2 Playoff

The BAFL 2 Playoffs are split geographically between the North and the South. The Southern half of the draw includes the conferences champions from each of the East, South East and South West. The Northern half includes conferences champions from the Scottish, Northern and Central conferences. There is a wild card team from each of the North and the South.

Seed Southern Section Northern Section
1 Colchester Gladiators Manchester Titans
2 Hampshire Thrashers Staffordshire Surge
3 East Kent Mavericks Glasgow Tigers
4 Bedfordshire Blue Raiders Leicester Falcons

BAFL 2 Championship Game

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                         
1  Manchester Titans 15  
4  Leicester Falcons 39  
  4  Leicester Falcons 7  
  3  Glasgow Tigers 6  
2  Staffordshire Surge 0
3  Glasgow Tigers 12  
    4  Leicester Falcons 33
  1  Colchester Gladiators 32
1  Colchester Gladiators 41  
4  Bedfordshire Blue Raiders 16  
  1  Colchester Gladiators 49
  2  Hampshire Thrashers 20  
2  Hampshire Thrashers 24
3  East Kent Mavericks 6  

See also

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