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★ History of the Rugby League Conference

The Rugby League Conference, also known as the Co-operative Rugby League Conference as a result of sponsorship from The Co-operative Group, was a series of regionally based divisions of amateur rugby league teams spread throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

It was founded in 1997 as the League of the South conference.

                                     

1.1. History. Background. (Фон)

In 1895, several clubs in the North of England split from the Rugby football Union RFU, governing body of Rugby in England, the issue of the cost of the player.

This led to the Great schism, which resulted in Rugby becoming two separate sports: Rugby, administered by the RFU and Rugby League administered by the Rugby football League, as both games have evolved different sets of rules.

Although Rugby spread abroad, sanctioned by the RFU made it more difficult for the sport to expand beyond their "land" in the traditional counties of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumberland.

                                     

1.2. History. Earlier non-heartland competitions. (Ранее глубинки соревнований)

To Rugby of the conference, there were several non-heartland leagues England Association British Amateur Rugby League Barla, the most recent of which are the London Amateur Rugby, Midlands and South West Amateur Association of Rugby League MASWARLA, East Midlands Amateur Association of Rugby League EMARLA in the Eastern counties Amateur Rugby and North East Association of Amateur Rugby League NEARLA.

In the Eastern counties and competitions MASWARLA folded in 1995, as the Welsh Amateur League time the few remaining teams were absorbed into the London ARL and EMARLA. The London League was originally a regional basis of division 2 in connection with the increase in tourist pressure is caused, but they were able to keep up the numbers for this. While their leagues at the time, though at a low level teams in the North East of England and East Midlands were looking at playing in Yorkshire-based hinterland leagues. However, the team of the South of England had no such option, the London skolars were even rejected National conference Barlas League in the 1996-97 season.

Another significant factor leading to the creation of the League of the South conference was that professional clubs have moved for the summer season last year and thus interest in the sport in winter was reduced. The rejection of amateurism opponent of the sport of Rugby in 1995 meant that it was now possible for Rugby players to play Rugby League during the off-season without risking to get banned from Rugby and adds an element of competition for players in the winter. It gave not the heartland clubs a large pool of players, but only if they moved to the summer.

                                     

1.3. History. 1997

The southern conference League began a 10-team pilot League in 1997. Some teams were not necessarily those with a high level of play, as off-field factors were initially considered very important. In addition, the team was selected to represent the medium and large towns, and thus some clubs were considered undesirable, or pub teams or because, in small towns, too near a large town with a club which is one of the reasons St Ives roosters were out of the League until 2003.

The initial composition was the following:

  • Eastern Division: Bedford Swifts, Ipswich Rhinos, Kingston, North London Skolars, West London.
  • Central Division: Birmingham, Leicester Phoenix, Oxford Cavaliers, Reading Raiders, Worcester Royals.

Birmingham and Leicester the Phoenix played EMARLA after the collapse of the former MASWARLA. Among the newly formed clubs were Bedford Swifts, the first ever cross code club, ie games like Rugby and Rugby League, West London, formed from the merger of two of the more successful London ARL teams Brent, Ealing, London colonists, Oxford Cavaliers and Worcester royals although the latter 2 have played friendlies the previous summer. Other clubs joined the London ARL including North London skolars which were based on the student male.

However, before the season started reading raiders announced that they will remain in the London ARL, the tenth place is offered to colleagues in the London ARL club Cambridge eagles, a club that missed the first stage of the application. The result of the Cambridge eagles, being geographically more suitable for the Eastern division, Bedford Swifts were transferred to the Central Department.

Kingston were to resign from the League after only playing one game, but besides this and cancelled the semi-finals this pilot season was generally successful, which led to increased funding for RCTS to allow further expansion. North London skolars in the winners of the first and only southern conference defeating Leicester Phoenix in the final.

The Scottish conference was also founded in 1997 five teams and spent its first season. However, it will remain outside the structure of Rugby League conferences until 2006.



                                     

1.4. History. 1998

The newly-renamed conference League Rugby was founded in 1998 with 14 teams originally planned 15, but we offer Northampton club failed to materialize several new clubs, as a result of reorganization in the composition of precinct three divisions on the West, East and South. Of these new clubs St Albans centurions have played in the London ARL and Cheltenham have had two clubs in MASWARLA when it was. Another new twist was the addition of nicknames of super League clubs by many clubs, with Worcester becoming the saints, Birmingham the Bulls and West London the sharks, some super League clubs also gave support to new clubs.

North London skolars joined the National conference League after the first season, keeping the team in the conference League Rugby.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • Eastern Division: Bedford Swifts, Cambridge Eagles, Ipswich Rhinos, Northampton failed to start season, South Norfolk Saints.
  • Southern Division: Crawley Jets, North London Skolars, Oxford Cavaliers, St Albans Centurions, West London Sharks.
  • Western Division: Birmingham Bulls, Cheltenham Warriors, Chester Wolves, Leicester Phoenix, Worcester Saints.

In the new ultimate team the jets beat the saints Crawley South Norfolk at the Prince of Wales stadium in Cheltenham.

                                     

1.5. History. 1999

The 1999 season saw further expansion to 20 teams, resulting in another change in the system departments. Originally was supposed to be funded RCTS and deer Hemel only 15 clubs were admitted to the East division to fill the gap originally intended for Northampton the previous season after their application, the Northern Ford Premiership was rejected and the Alliance reserve the class was closed. However, the change of decision and the collapse EMARLA saw it changed. The Derby was greeted as the final of the Champions EMARLA and the other 4 new side was formed from the ashes of destroyed winter clubs. Saints become saints Worcester, Worcestershire after moving to Redditch in the first move. For the first time all the teams have finished the season.

The teams are as follows new clubs in italics:

  • Southern Division: Crawley Jets, North London Skolars, Oxford Cavaliers, St Albans Centurions, West London Sharks.
  • Western Division: Birmingham Bulls, Cheltenham Warriors, Leicester Phoenix, Worcestershire Saints, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • Eastern Division: Bedford Swifts, Cambridge Eagles, Hemel Stags, Ipswich Rhinos, South Norfolk Saints.
  • Northern Division: Chester Wolves, Crewe Wolves, Derby City, Manchester Knights, Nottingham Outlaws.

The title was won by Chester wolves, who defeated the jets Crowley in the final.

                                     

1.6. History. 2000

This season was a relatively modest further expansion to 24 teams, including the return of the founders of Kingston. Chairman Lester Phoenixs Julian Harrison was appointed the new conference administrator. This also coincided with the demise of the London ARL as a winter Association of the British Amateur Rugby League but saw it reform as a summer merit League with a combination of reserve teams and new clubs, while South London storm and Kingston warriors joined the conference of Rugby League. In the second moving Cheltenham warriors moved to Gloucester and became the Gloucestershire warriors. Another rebranding was the Birmingham bulls, who became Birmingham bulldogs to avoid a legal problem in the Birmingham bulls American football team.

This season also saw a test of summer Rugby in the North East of England, in the Northern Rugby League summer conference League with teams from various Barla leagues won by Teesside Steelers, also in Gateshead Panthers, Bulls, Bridlington district, West Craven warriors and Wetherby bulldogs.

The teams are as follows new clubs in italics:

  • Eastern Division: Bedford Swifts, Cambridge Eagles, Hemel Stags, Ipswich Rhinos, South Norfolk Saints, St Albans Centurions.
  • Southern Division: Crawley Jets, Kingston Warriors, North London Skolars, Oxford Cavaliers, South London Storm, West London Sharks.
  • Western Division: Birmingham Bulldogs, Coventry Bears, Gloucestershire Warriors, Leicester Phoenix, Wolverhampton Wizards, Worcestershire Saints.
  • Northern Division: Chester Wolves, Crewe Wolves, Derby City, Manchester Knights, Nottingham Outlaws, Rotherham Giants.

The League was won by the Aircraft Crowley, who won the Rotherham giants in the final.



                                     

1.7. History. 2001

The conference expanded into Wales for the first time in 2001 when Cardiff demons who used to work in a young team in the contest of the Academy, joined the League. Along with the new division, North-East that left the conference of Rugby League with 30 teams in the 2001 season.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • North East Division: Bridlington Bulls, Gateshead Panthers, Newcastle Knights, Sunderland City, Teesside Steelers.
  • South Central Division: Cardiff Demons, Gloucestershire Warriors, Hemel Stags, Oxford Cavaliers, Worcestershire Saints.
  • Midlands Division: Birmingham Bulldogs, Coventry Bears, Leicester Phoenix, Nottingham Outlaws, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • Eastern Division: Bedford Swifts, Cambridge Eagles, Ipswich Rhinos, South Norfolk Saints, St Albans Centurions.
  • London & South Division: Crawley Jets, Kingston Warriors, North London Skolars, South London Storm, West London Sharks.
  • Northern Division: Chester Wolves, Crewe Wolves, Derby City, Manchester Knights, Rotherham Giants.

However, Gateshead Panthers merged into knights Newcastle before the season, leaving a gap in the Department of the North-East, which was filled with Durham-Phoenix, who after this season returned to its former name of Durham tigers.

Teesside to beat Coventry bears by a whisker in the Grand final at Webb Ellis road, Rugby.

                                     

1.8. History. 2002

The competition for the first time remained at the same number of teams in the 2002 season, the only change being the addition of Luton vipers from the London League to replace South Norfolk saints who last year in the same competition. Plans to expand its presence in Scotland with a Glasgow team in 2002 on the Cardiff model did not materialize, and the conference had to wait until 2007 to be full members of the Scotland for the first time. We also plan to expand to 32 teams with the addition of teams in Bolton and Telford also broke with Telford withdraw their applications.

This season saw a controversial change of format with two sets of three second round groups of three teams in each group, but for the bottom team. These are provided to four additional devices, which gives 14 guaranteed games, but the extra fixtures were poorly planned, seeing Manchester knights eliminated, despite winning all four extra games. This format was ditched after this season, although the idea of multi-level competition should have been back with the advent of Premier divisions.

The teams are as follows new club in italics:

  • South Central Division: Cardiff Demons, Gloucestershire Warriors, Hemel Stags, Oxford Cavaliers, Worcestershire Saints.
  • Northern Division: Chester Wolves, Crewe Wolves, Derby City, Manchester Knights, Rotherham Giants.
  • Eastern Division: Bedford Swifts, Cambridge Eagles, Ipswich Rhinos, Luton Vipers, St Albans Centurions.
  • North East Division: Bridlington Bulls, Durham Tigers, Newcastle Knights, Sunderland City, Teesside Steelers.
  • London & South Division: Crawley Jets, Kingston Warriors, North London Skolars, South London Storm, West London Sharks.
  • Midlands Division: Birmingham Bulldogs, Coventry Bears, Leicester Phoenix, Nottingham Outlaws, Wolverhampton Wizards.

In 2002 London skolars were accepted into National League two, next season the clubs first for more than fifty years to make the transition from Amateur ranks to the professional leagues of the previous club will be Cardiff, which was unfortunate from the Welsh League in 1951 and the first step of a successful League competition with a height of Castlefords Yorkshire senior League in 1926, the League Featherstone Rovers also successfully stepped up a few years ago, although the League was theoretically a semi-professional.

In September of last year, losing finalist Coventry bears beat Hemel stags in the Grand final which will take place in Cheltenham.

                                     

1.9. History. 2003

Hemel stags, St Albans centurions, Coventry bears, Manchester knights, South London storm their positions initially given Crawley jets, who later refused and Teesside Steelers joined the newly formed national League three in 2003, where they were joined by Barla clubs Warrington Woolston Rovers-Bradford Dudley hill, Sheffield Hillsborough hawks and Huddersfield Underbank Rangers. The first winners were Warrington Woolston Rovers, who defeated surprise finalists Teesside Steelers in the final.

The conference made the leap from 30 to 52 teams with the main growth areas of Wales and the North West of England, both of whom got their division for the first time, but in the South-East with the addition of no less than 5 teams in the London League. Also for the first time the two teams further South-West than Gloucester attended: Bristol Sonics and Somerset Vikings.

This rapid growth was partly possible by reducing to the strict minimum criteria which were considered less necessary due to national League three allowing a higher level of play for the team more suited to him. However, despite this, the only team not to finish the season was the founder of the Bedford Swifts. More controversial at the time of inclusion in the development of competition Leeds Akademiks, the team of pupils of the boys model very successfully used in the North London skolars, mainly Rugby free the Northern part of Leeds, but nevertheless in the city, at Rugby. This was to pave the way to a huge influx of truly heartland teams the following season, drastically changing the face of the competition.

The teams are as follows new clubs in italics:

  • London & South Division: Crawley Jets, Gosport & Fareham Vikings, Greenwich Admirals, Hemel Stags A, Kingston Warriors, North London Skolars A, South London Storm A, West London Sharks.
  • North East Division: Bridlington Bulls, Durham Tigers, Gateshead Storm, Leeds Akademiks, Newcastle Knights, Sunderland City, Whitley Bay Barbarians, Yorkshire Coast Tigers.
  • Midlands Division: Bedford Swifts, Birmingham Bulldogs, Coventry Bears A, Leicester Phoenix, Telford Raiders, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • Eastern Division: Cambridge Eagles, Essex Eels, Ipswich Rhinos, Luton Vipers, South Norfolk Saints, St Ives Roosters.
  • South West Division: Bristol Sonics, Cardiff Demons, Gloucestershire Warriors, Oxford Cavaliers, Somerset Vikings, Worcestershire Saints.
  • North West Division: Bolton Le Moors, Blackpool Sea Eagles, Carlisle Centurions, Chester Wolves, Lancaster, Liverpool Buccaneers.
  • Welsh Division: Aberavon Fighting Irish, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cynon Valley Cougars, Rumney Rhinos, Swansea Bulls, Torfaen Tigers.
  • North Midlands Division: Crewe Wolves, Derby City, Mansfield Storm, Nottingham Outlaws, Rotherham Giants, Worksop Sharks.

Bedford Swifts failed to complete the season.

Bridgend blue bulls won the title, defeating 2003 Carlisle Centurions in the final.

                                     

1.10. History. 2004

The 2004 season saw Birmingham bulldogs, Carlisle centurions, Gateshead storm late replacement after the Teesside Steelers unexpectedly announced that they were folding after the finalist of the previous season and Essex eels leave the conference to join national League three, which also gained the reformed Bramley buffaloes. National League three was won for the expansion club, Coventry bears, which are professional players of Rugby Union from Coventry RFC and Australian semi-Pro including NRL reserve graders. They defeated Warrington Woolston Rovers 48-24 at Widnes Vikings stadium Halton, for the first time NL3 final had been held on the same bill as other national League finals.

This season saw a significant expansion in the heartlands resulted in new Yorkshire and Cumbria divisions. The decision to include them was a lot of criticism, especially because many, though not all of uncommitted in summer Rugby, seeing the British Amateur Association of Rugby League as their priority. However, only by including in the heartland of the teams managed to create several Premier division next season, with only a few of the heartland clubs were needed by national League three over the years to keep it going when teams resigned from it. In addition, allowing heartland teams meant that all three national League teams to run a reserve team in the summer if they so chose

Unlike the previous season only one team St Albans centurions and came from the London ARL.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • South Division: Crawley Jets, Gosport & Fareham Vikings, Greenwich Admirals, Kingston Warriors, South London Storm A, West London Sharks.
  • North East Division: Durham Tigers, Jarrow Vikings, Newcastle Knights, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland City, Whitley Bay Barbarians, Yorkshire Coast Tigers.
  • South Midlands Division: Birmingham Bulldogs A, Coventry Bears A, Leicester Phoenix, Rugby Raiders, St Albans Centurions A, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • North West Division: Bolton Le Moors, Blackpool Sea Eagles, Chester Wolves, Crewe Wolves, Lancaster, Liverpool Buccaneers, North Wales Coasters, Widnes Saints.
  • Welsh Division: Aberavon Fighting Irish, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cardiff Demons, Swansea Valley Miners, Torfaen Tigers, Newport Titans, Valley Cougars.
  • Eastern Division: Cambridge Eagles, Hemel Stags A, Ipswich Rhinos, Luton Vipers, Middlesex Lions, North London Skolars A, South Norfolk Saints, St Ives Roosters.
  • Western Division: Bristol Sonics, Gloucestershire Warriors, Oxford Cavaliers, Somerset Vikings, Telford Raiders, Worcestershire Saints.
  • Yorkshire Division: Bradford Dudley Hill A, Bridlington Bulls, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers A, Hull Phoenix, Leeds Akademiks, South Wakefield Sharks, Thorne Moor Marauders, Wetherby Bulldogs.
  • North Midlands Division: Derby City, Mansfield Storm, Nottingham Outlaws, Rotherham Giants, Sheffield Hillsborough Hawks A, Worksop Sharks.
  • Cumbrian Division: Barrow Shipbuilders, Carlisle Centurions A, Copeland Athletic, Penrith Pumas, West Cumbria Crusaders.

The start of the season was marred by the withdrawal of the twice former Champions of the aircraft, offered a replacement which Reigate crusaders never materialized Crowley. The only team to come out in the middle of the season was Carlisle centurions and the last time this number was so few.

New team Widnes saints defeated West London sharks in the final.



                                     

1.11. History. 2005

In 2005 three of the National League changed from a period of expansion to consolidate, as with the Manchester knights who failed to complete their last game last season and the South London storm, both deciding to introduce a new Premier divisions, although in reality the Manchester knights only last two games before folding, with their positions in the former Barla club Dewsbury Celtic, who saw in the summer as its future. In fact, the National League for three seasons saw Carlisle Centurions and Birmingham bulldogs will not be able to finish the season in Birmingham took their doubles fixtures, showing that expansionary bubble seemed to burst with Bradford Dudley hill beating Bramley buffaloes in the heartland finally and Coventry bears and Essex eels retiring at the end of the season.

Premier division the RLC was created in 2005 to include the stronger teams in those areas who were able to travel further to play away. In the Northern and Central divisions were largely dominated by heartland teams that were part of the inflows in the previous two seasons, the first of which encompasses all the rest of Cumbria division teams, while the Welsh Premier League was the same team, as a regional Department of the massively promoted in status for pragmatic reasons. Southern-Premier offers the best prospects for the expansion of Rugby into new areas.

New team Redditch ravens and Scarborough pirates was formed from the ashes of the saints, the Lancashire and Yorkshire coast tigers clubs respectively. Leeds Akademiks had to change their nickname in Akkies due to a legal issue with the American clothing brand named Akademik. All fruitful the London League this year, three more teams: Bedford Tigers formed last year from the ashes of the Bedford Swifts and hornets Haringey London efficiently third group skolars and Luton A. vipers

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • North West Division: Blackpool Sea Eagles, Chester Wolves, Crewe Wolves, Lancaster, Liverpool Buccaneers, North Wales Coasters, Ormskirk Heelers, Runcorn Vikings, Warrington Wizards A, Widnes Saints.
  • Central Premier Division: Bolton Le Moors, Hull Phoenix, Leeds Akkies, Manchester Knights, Nottingham Outlaws, Telford Raiders.
  • North Midlands Division: Derby City, Lincoln City Knights, Mansfield Storm, Rotherham Giants, Sheffield Hillsborough Hawks A, Thorne Moor Marauders, Worksop Sharks.
  • North Premier Division: Copeland Athletic, Jarrow Vikings, Penrith Pumas, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland City, West Cumbria Crusaders.
  • Yorkshire Division: Bradford Dudley Hill A, Bramley Buffaloes A, Bridlington Bulls, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers A, Hull Phoenix A, Leeds Akkies A, South Wakefield Sharks, Wetherby Bulldogs.
  • Eastern Division: Bedford Tigers, Cambridge Eagles, Luton Vipers A, South Norfolk Saints, St Albans Centurions A, St Ives Roosters.
  • West Midlands Division: Birmingham Bulldogs A, Coventry Bears A, Leicester Phoenix, Redditch Ravens, Rugby Raiders, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • North East Division: Catterick Panthers, Durham Tigers, Newcastle Knights, Scarborough Pirates, Whitley Bay Barbarians, Winlaton Vulcans.
  • South West Division: Bristol Sonics, Gloucestershire Warriors, Oxford Cavaliers, Plymouth, Somerset Vikings, Thames Valley.
  • Welsh Premier Division: Aberavon Fighting Irish, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cardiff Demons, Newport Titans, Swansea Valley Miners, Torfaen Tigers, Valley Cougars.
  • London & South Division: Gosport & Fareham Vikings, Haringey Hornets, Hemel Stags A, Kingston Warriors, Middlesex Lions, South London Storm A.
  • South Premier Division: Greenwich Admirals, Ipswich Rhinos, London Skolars A, Luton Vipers, South London Storm, West London Sharks.

It was felt that this season saw too many unstable teams eligible to fill in the gaps left by the teams joining the top division. This has supported an unprecedented number of offseason withdrawal, although a couple of them were more due to the increase in level creates a tributary of the heartland teams. In addition to the above NL3 removal and replacement of Manchesters Dewsbury Celtic in the Premier League, there were many regional withdrawal of the division. It started with pre-season withdrawal of Lancaster to replace Rochdale Spotland Rangers, Chester wolves to replace Wigans Lee knights, Rugby raiders and Thames valley. This lasted from mid-season withdrawals Oxford Cavaliers, who were supposed to come back, and Luton Vipers, middlesex lions, Gosport & Fareham Vikings and what is most surprising Rotherham giants.

The Premier divisions saw Bridgend blue bulls defeat Leeds Akkies in the final, while Wetherby bulldogs defeated Gloucestershire warriors in the regional final.

                                     

1.12. History. 2006

The 2006 season saw Coventry bears and Essex eels back to the structure of the RLC Midlands Premier and divisions-South, respectively. NL3 their places were produced by Dewsbury Celtic and Featherstone lions, who had recently resigned from the Barla National conference League. Although Sheffield Hillsborough hawks soon retired from NL3 leaving their reserves in their first team.

The Premier division had a change in boundaries leaving the North Premier League, covering a large area to give the English Midlands clubs their own Premier League without having to face heartland teams, although it left the West Midlands division with too few teams to run, forcing her to merge with the southwestern division. Welsh Premier League was divided into two divisions, although this decision was reversed the following season.

The London League has presented more than three clubs in Broadstairs bulldogs, Kent ravens and Colchester Romans. Two further relocations Bolton-Le-Moors moving in Darwen, Lancashire to become Lions and CASCO a Phoenix moving to Cottingham. In addition, the London skolars in one season rebranding as Haringey hornets, leaving the regional team that will be their inventory. New Chester team wolves were associated with the former team and in fact in the summer the team for Widnes-based Barla club West Bank bears.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • North Midlands & South Yorkshire Division: Lincoln City Knights, Mansfield Storm, Sheffield Hillsborough Hawks A, Thorne Moor Marauders, Worksop Sharks.
  • Cheshire Division: Chester Wolves, Crewe Wolves, Liverpool Buccaneers, North Wales Coasters, Ormskirk Heelers, Runcorn Vikings, Warrington Wizards A, Winnington Park.
  • West Midlands and South West Division: Bristol Sonics, Burntwood Barbarians, Coventry Bears A, Gloucestershire Warriors, Oxford Cavaliers, Plymouth, Redditch Ravens, Somerset Vikings.
  • South East Division: Broadstairs Bulldogs, Greenwich Admirals, Haringey Hornets A, Hemel Stags A, Kent Ravens, St Albans Centurions A.
  • North Premier Division: Blackpool Sea Eagles, Cottingham Phoenix, East Lancashire Lions, Huddersfield Sharks, Leeds Akkies, West Cumbria Crusaders, Widnes Saints.
  • Eastern Division: Bedford Tigers, Cambridge Eagles, Colchester Romans, Northampton, South Norfolk Saints, St Ives Roosters.
  • Midlands Premier Division: Birmingham Bulldogs, Coventry Bears, Derby City, Nottingham Outlaws, Leicester Phoenix, Telford Raiders, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • Yorkshire Division: Bramley Buffaloes A, Bridlington Bulls, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers A, Leeds Akkies A, Ossett Trinity, Scarborough Pirates.
  • North Division: Carlisle, Copeland Athletic, Jarrow Vikings, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland Nissan.
  • North East Division: Catterick Panthers, Durham Tigers, Newcastle Knights, Whitley Bay Barbarians, Winlaton Vulcans.
  • Welsh Premier Division East: Blackwood Bulldogs, Cardiff Demons, Newport Titans, Torfaen Tigers, Valley Cougars.
  • South Premier Division: Essex Eels, Haringey Hornets, Ipswich Rhinos, Kingston Warriors, Luton Vipers, South London Storm, West London Sharks.
  • Welsh Premier Division West: Aberavon Fighting Irish, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Pembrokeshire Panthers, Swansea Valley Miners, West Wales Sharks.

As in the previous season had a lot of dropouts with Winlaton Vulcans to be replaced by Gateshead storm, Pembrokeshire Panthers and Northampton is not able to make the gate and West Cumbria crusaders, Huddersfield sharks, Luton vipers, Essex eels, Catterick Panthers and Mansfield storm subsequently resigned. Also while theyre gone before the fixtures were completed South Wakefield sharks play in division North Midlands and Yorkshire. Furthermore Haringey hornets were allowed to remain in the competition, despite scratching 7 out of their 10 matches. However, in contrast to the previous seasons payments have been less to do with a bad command is produced in the regionals, and the regional standard Department teams were forced to work in the Premier divisions to make there numbers.

In 2006, the Premier League saw the South London of the defeat in East Lancashire in the final, while Liverpool beat Thorne Moore in regionals finals.

In 2006, a new League was founded as a feeder League to the RLC in the Midlands and West Yorkshire. The Midlands RL merit League is now known as RL merit League was founded on the principles of the success of the London League and consists of new clubs who are not ready for the full commitment of the conference season together with RLC clubs teams.

Conference Rugby League provided administrative and promotional support to the Scottish conference as a "experiment" with the aim of integrating the Scottish League as a full part of the conference during the 2007 season. Six teams today Glasgow Bulls, easterhouse tickets for the Panthers, Paisley hurricanes, Edinburgh eagles, Fife Lions and Moray eels.

Gloucestershire warriors became the first conference team to win in the traditional Amateur club when they beat Pennine League team Illingworth 25-24 in the 2006 holiday Cup. South London storm were crowned National Champions of the RLC meter after beating East Lancashire Lions 30-0 in the final at Broadstreet rufc at.

                                     

1.13. History. 2007

The 2007 season also saw a new sponsor for the League with Totalrlc is replaced by the organization of cooperatives in a six-figure deal. After the merger with Uniteds large cooperative group of the League was named the co-operative conference of Rugby League in order of sponsorship.

In 2007, Bradford Dudley hill withdrew from National League three back to the National conference League and St Albans Centurions decided to join the RLC Premier South. Hemel stags remained as the only South teams and the National League Three was absorbed into the conference League Rugby, as Rugby conference championship of the National division with the addition of three teams from the Premier North division: Leeds Akkies, Cottingham Phoenix and East Lancashire lions. Cottingham Phoenix were eliminated about halfway through the season, forfeiting three matches. The first national division of the RLC meter was won by Featherstone Lion who defeated Bramley buffaloes in the final.

The promotion of three teams in the National RLC meter left the already depleted Premier North unviable and an artificial North Premier was created in the North-East and North regional divisions so that a League of this name could still exist.

The Premier division of the Midlands received Gloucestershire and Somerset, in a place struggling Wolverhampton, who returned to the regionals. This season a new division, southwest has created for teams from the deep South-West. Although it was rather artificially created it was necessary because of the unique conditions of the region, to reduce travel costs because, ultimately, the Amateur clubs. There was already local interest a few teams, but intervention was necessary to ensure that it was complete.

For the first time in several years, the London League was raised, but Farnborough falcons and griffins London had intended to enter until the agenda in the form of a short-lived South division is intended to replace the art of the Southeast division and still play a small number of lamps in it. The Midlands merit League produced a new club South Humber NSW Rugby and also helped to ensure that the barbarians Scunthorpe based in part on former MML club Scunthorpe brave. Aberavon fighting Irish renamed Port Talbot Steelers and saints of South Norfolk in Thetford titans. Worksop sharks relocated in Rossington, Doncaster controversial, as it was the team the Thorne moor marauders and it broke in theory one club, one city policy in place. Thorne moor marauders merged with Moorends Barla club to become Moorends & Thorne marauders.

The Scottish division of the branch in 2006 became a full member of the division with all six recognized teams, although Glasgow has not completed the season.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • Yorkshire & Lincolnshire Division: Bridlington Bulls, Leeds Akkies A, Lincoln City Knights, Moorends & Thorne Marauders, Rossington Sharks, Scarborough Pirates, Scunthorpe Barbarians, South Humber Rabbitohs.
  • Welsh Premier Division: Blackwood Bulldogs, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cardiff Demons, Newport Titans, Neath Port Talbot Steelers, Torfaen Tigers, Valley Cougars, West Wales Sharks.
  • North West Division: Blackpool Sea Eagles, Liverpool Buccaneers, Ormskirk Heelers, Warrington Wizards A, Widnes Saints.
  • Cheshire Division: Crewe Wolves, Macclesfield Titans, North Wales Coasters, Runcorn, Winnington Park.
  • Midlands Premier Division: Birmingham Bulldogs, Coventry Bears, Derby City, Gloucestershire Warriors, Leicester Phoenix, Nottingham Outlaws, Somerset Vikings, Telford Raiders.
  • South West Division: Devon Sharks, East Devon Eagles, Exeter Centurions, Plymouth Titans, Somerset Vikings A.
  • Scottish Division: Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Fife Lions, Glasgow Bulls, Moray Eels, Paisley Hurricanes.
  • West Midlands Division: Bristol Sonics, Burntwood Barbarians, Coventry Bears A, Oxford Cavaliers, Redditch Ravens, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • South Premier Division: Ipswich Rhinos, Kent Ravens, Kingston Warriors, London Skolars A, South London Storm, St Albans Centurions, West London Sharks.
  • South Division: Broadstairs Bulldogs, Farnborough Falcons, Finchley, Gosport & Fareham Vikings.
  • Eastern Division: Bedford Tigers, Cambridge Eagles, Colchester Romans, Greenwich Admirals, St Ives Roosters, Thetford Titans.
  • National Division: Bramley Buffaloes, Cottingham Phoenix, Dewsbury Celtic, East Lancashire Lions, Featherstone Lions, Gateshead Storm, Hemel Stags, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers, Leeds Akkies, Warrington Wizards.
  • North Premier Division: Billingham Lions, Carlisle, Copeland Athletic, Durham Tigers, Gateshead Storm A, Jarrow Vikings, Newcastle Knights, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland Nissan, Whitley Bay Barbarians.

Broadstairs bulldogs failed to start the season and was replaced by the London gryphons. Cottingham Phoenix, Gateshead storm, Ormskirk Heelers, North Wales coasters and Glasgow Bulls all failed to finish the season, which is still less than in the previous two seasons was still far from ideal, especially in the North-West and Yorkshire divisions, both of which were only four teams.

The Premier division was won by St Albans centurions, who defeated Coventry bears in the final. The regional office won Widnes saints, who defeated Bedford Tigers in the final.

                                     

1.14. History. 2008

The national RLC in 2008, the Leeds Akkies drop in the Premier North, but in addition the peer group, professional club of the crusaders and the double promotion of the Liverpool pirates in the National division. Also in particular, for the first time in any of the national clubs, the RLC held a brace of rlk that Hemel were the only club to run one at all, in the London League.

There were multiple rebrandings: Crewe wolves became Lymm wolves, Winnington Park, Northwich became a deer, returning to North Wales coasters was the reel stands, the warriors became the Kingston Elmbridge and Gosport & Fareham Vikings became dark-Portsmouth Seahawks.

The Midlands merit League, renamed the RL merit League this season, produced by East riding and Sheffield forgers at the conference, but South of the Humber Rabbitohs stepped down. The London League has provided Northampton Casuals and Hainault vineyard but the bulldogs regained the London gryphons and Farnborough falcons with scrapping unviable South division. 2008 also saw the creation of the Convention the Womens League Rugby.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • Midlands Premier Division: Bedford Tigers, Birmingham Bulldogs, Coventry Bears, Derby City, Gloucestershire Warriors, Leicester Phoenix, Nottingham Outlaws.
  • North West Division: Barrow Vikings, Blackpool Sea Eagles, Manchester Jets, New Broughton Rangers, Widnes Saints.
  • West Midlands Division: Bristol Sonics, Coventry Bears A, Oxford Cavaliers, Redditch Ravens, Swindon St George, Telford Raiders, Wolverhampton Wizards.
  • Yorkshire Division: Bridlington Bulls, East Riding, Leeds Akkies A, Northallerton Stallions, Scarborough Pirates, York Lokomotive.
  • Cheshire Division: Lymm Wolves, Macclesfield Titans, Northwich Stags, Rhyl Coasters, Runcorn.
  • South West Division: Devon Sharks, East Devon Eagles, Exeter Centurions, Plymouth Titans, Somerset Vikings.
  • South Premier Division: Elmbridge, Ipswich Rhinos, Kent Ravens, London Skolars A, Portsmouth Navy Seahawks, South London Storm, St Albans Centurions, West London Sharks.
  • North Premier Division: Carlisle Centurions, Durham Tigers, Jarrow Vikings, Leeds Akkies, Newcastle Knights, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland Nissan, Whitley Bay Barbarians.
  • South Yorkshire & Lincolnshire Division: Lincoln City Knights, Moorends & Thorne Marauders, Rossington Sharks, Rotherham Giants, Scunthorpe Barbarians, Sheffield Forgers.
  • Welsh Premier Division: Blackwood Bulldogs, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cardiff Demons, Neath Port Talbot Steelers, Newport Titans, Torfaen Tigers, Valley Cougars, West Wales Sharks.
  • National Division: Bramley Buffaloes, Celtic Crusaders Colts, Dewsbury Celtic, East Lancashire Lions, Featherstone Lions, Gateshead Storm, Hemel Stags, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers, Liverpool Buccaneers, Warrington Wizards.
  • Scottish Division: Carluke Tigers, Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Fife Lions, Glasgow Bulls, Jordanhill Phoenix, Moray Eels, Paisley Hurricanes.
  • Eastern Division: Cambridge Eagles, Colchester Romans, Greenwich Admirals, Hainault Bulldogs, Northampton Casuals, St Ives Roosters, Thetford Titans.

Glasgow bulls, Manchester jets and Macclesfield titans all failed to start the season, with Kent ravens having their fixtures stopped after one game, joined the London League. Created club Durham Tigers failed to complete the season in division North-East. Also while theyre gone before the fixtures were completed Copeland athletic play in division North-West.

                                     

1.15. History. 2009

North, the Prime Minister scrapped replaced by two new Ministers, the North West Premier and the Yorkshire Premier, although the bulk of his joined the staff of the new composition of the division to the North-East. Winter heartland League national Conference League kicks off a series of summer units in 2009, a similar conference.

National division lost to Celtic crusaders colts in the Super League reserve grade, but came to Carlisle Centurions from the North Premier and got the Nottingham outlaws from the Midlands Premier division

Shark West Wales, moved and became Dinefwr sharks. Thetford titans moved to Bury St Edmunds and became bury titans. In the North-East saw a club Durham Tigers will not be able to return, but saw the return of Rugby in Winlaton, in the name Winlanton Winlaton warriors had not only had its own team in 2005, but passed the Gateshead storm and Whitley Bay barbarians. Knights of Victoria was formed from the ashes of the Paisley hurricanes, though, could barely raise a team.

Nottingham outlaws and Moorends-Thorne marauders and Wigan Riversiders joined the conference League, Rugby League, RL merit. Rugby Midlands, was formed out of the RL merit League gives conference new competition feeder League merit RL is split into North West and Yorkshire divisions. Norwich city Saxons, Hainault vineyard bulldogs and Kent ravens, falcons, and Farnborough, Southampton Spitfires all moved from London ARL, this influx of new teams, re-enabling the separation of the two regional offices in the South East and East of London and the South.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • Scottish Division: Carluke Tigers, Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Fife Lions, Hillfoot Rams, Jordanhill Phoenix, Moray Eels, Paisley Hurricanes, Victoria Knights.
  • Southern Premier Division: Bedford Tigers, Elmbridge Eagles, Hainault Bulldogs, Ipswich Rhinos, London Skolars A, Portsmouth Navy Seahawks, South London Storm, St Albans Centurions, West London Sharks.
  • Welsh Premier Division: Blackwood Bulldogs, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cardiff Demons, Dinefwr Sharks, Torfaen Tigers, Neath Port Talbot Steelers, Newport Titans, Valley Cougars, West Wales Wildboars.
  • Yorkshire Premier Division: Bridlington Bulls, Cottingham Phoenix, East Riding Rangers, Kippax Knights, Leeds Akkies, Moorends-Thorne Marauders, Scarborough Pirates, York Lokomotive.
  • North Midlands: Leeds Akkies A, Lincoln City Knights, Moorends-Thorne Marauders A, Nottingham Outlaws A, Rotherham Giants, Scunthorpe Barbarians.
  • East Division: Bury Titans, Cambridge Eagles, Colchester Romans, Hainault Bulldogs A, St Ives Roosters, Northampton Casuals, Norwich City Saxons.
  • North East Division: Hartlepool, Jarrow Vikings, Newcastle Knights, Northallerton Stallions, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland City, Whitley Bay Barbarians, Winlaton Warriors.
  • South West Division: Devon Sharks, East Devon Eagles, Exeter Centurions, Plymouth Titans, Somerset Vikings, South Dorset Giants.
  • Midlands Premier Division: Birmingham Bulldogs, Bristol Sonics, Coventry Bears, Derby City, Gloucestershire Warriors, Leicester Phoenix, Redditch Ravens, Telford Raiders.
  • National Division: Bramley Buffaloes, Carlisle Centurions, Dewsbury Celtic, East Lancashire Lions, Featherstone Lions, Gateshead Storm, Hemel Stags, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers, Liverpool Buccaneers, Nottingham Outlaws, Warrington Wizards.
  • London & South Division: Farnborough Falcons, Greenwich Admirals, Kent Ravens, Oxford Cavaliers, Southampton Spitfires, Swindon St George.
  • North West Premier Division: Blackpool Sea Eagles, Lymm RL, New Broughton Rangers, Rhyl Coasters, Runcorn RLC, Widnes Saints, Wigan Riversiders.

Bridlington bulls failed to start the season in Yorkshire division. Guildford giants replaced Farnborough falcons in the London and South division. Kent ravens failed to complete the season in London and the South division. Moorends & Thorne marauders failed to start the season in division North Midlands and was replaced by Parkside hawks. Redditch ravens failed to complete the season in the Midlands Premier League, entered the Midlands merit League. Telford raiders also failed to finish the season in the Premier Midlands division. However, their results stood. Cambridge eagles and Hainault vineyard bulldogs failed to finish the season in the Eastern division. Plymouth titans failed to complete the season in division South-West, but the results stood. Hartlepool failed to complete the season in the northeast, but the results stood.

                                     

1.16. History. 2010

In 2010, an increase in the number of divisions from the Midlands, Wales and North-West the formation of new regional offices. North Midlands formed the basis for the new Yorkshire regional office.

These new divisions saw many teams step up from the merit leagues: Coventry bears a, Birmingham bulldogs a, North East Worcestershire ravens earlier in Redditch and Leamington persons either registered or returned from the Midlands Rugby, Chester gladiators, Crewe & Nantwich steamers, Wigan Riversiders eels, Mancunians RL Victoria Rangers and Barnsley Broncos previous name Barnsley came out of the RL merit League and Hammersmith hills hoists, St Albans centurions and the South London storm and Sussex Merlins rose from the London League. National Conference League failed to repeat its summer experiment leading three clubs: East Leeds, Milford Marlins and sharks show the Cross to join the conference League Rugby.

2010 also saw the expansion of the merit leagues back split RL merit League in Yorkshire and the Humber merit League and the League of Northwest merit. The plan for the formation of the North Wales League failed, but have played five team tournament 9C.

Gateshead and Newcastle storm knights were United in a storm Newcastle, Ipswich rhinos and Colchester Romans United in the Eastern rhinos. Leicester Phoenix became Leicester storm. Northampton casual became Northampton demons.

This season had a much higher level teams dropping out or forfeiting of the game than usual, for example, Department of the North-Western Prime Minister after losing three of the original five teams and the Welsh regional office in the presence of four of the seven teams not playing games.

The first Rugby championship regional conference of the League held in Derby Haslams lane ground, with six teams representing different regions of the English. The event was won by the Midlands.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • Midlands Premier Division: Birmingham Bulldogs, Bristol Sonics, Coventry Bears, Derby City, Gloucestershire Warriors, Leicester Storm.
  • South West Division: Devon Sharks, East Devon Eagles, Exeter Centurions, North Devon Raiders, Plymouth Titans, Somerset Vikings, South Dorset Giants, South Somerset Warriors.
  • North East Division: Cramlington Rockets, Durham Demons, Jarrow Vikings, Newcastle Storm, Northallerton Stallions, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland City, Wallsend Eagles, Whitley Bay Barbarians, Winlaton Warriors.
  • East Division: Bedford Tigers, Bury Titans, Northampton Demons, Norwich City Saxons, St Albans Centurions A, St Ives Roosters.
  • South Wales Championship: Amman Valley Rhinos, Dinefwr Sharks, Tydfil Wildcats Rugby League, Neath Port Talbot Steelers, Swansea-Llanelli Dragons, Torfaen Tigers, Wildboars.
  • London & South Division: Elmbridge Eagles, Guildford Giants, Greenwich Admirals, Oxford Cavaliers, South London Storm A, Southampton Spitfires, Sussex Merlins, Swindon St George.
  • Welsh Premier Division: Blackwood Bulldogs, Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cardiff Demons, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire & Ceredigion Bears, Newport Titans, Valley Cougars.
  • Southern Premier Division: Eastern Rhinos, Hainault Bulldogs, Hammersmith Hillshoists, London Skolars A, Portsmouth Navy Seahawks, South London Storm, St Albans Centurions, West London Sharks.
  • North West Premier Division: Lymm RL, New Broughton Rangers, Runcorn RLC, Widnes Saints, Wigan Riversiders.
  • Scottish Division: Ayrshire Storm, Carluke Tigers, Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Falkirk, Fife Lions, Jordanhill Phoenix, Kirkcaldy, Moray Eels.
  • Yorkshire Premier Division: East Leeds, Haworth Park, Milford Marlins, Moorends-Thorne Marauders, Rotherham Giants, Scarborough Pirates, York Lokomotive.
  • National Division: Bramley Buffaloes, Carlisle Centurions, Dewsbury Celtic, Featherstone Lions, Hemel Stags, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers, Kippax Knights, Liverpool Buccaneers, Nottingham Outlaws, Warrington Wizards.
  • Yorkshire Regional Division: Barnsley Broncos, Bradford Salem, Bradford Victoria Rangers, Leeds Akkies, Lincoln City Knights, Parkside Hawks, Scunthorpe Barbarians, Wetherby Bulldogs.
  • Midlands Regional Division: Birmingham Bulldogs A, Coventry Bears A, Leamington Royals, North East Worcestershire Ravens, Nottingham Outlaws A, Telford Raiders.
  • North West Regional Division: Blackpool Sea Eagles, Chester Gladiators, Crewe & Nantwich Steamers, Mancunians, Wigan Riversiders Eels.

Carlisle centurions withdrew from the National division in the middle of the season and their results were abolished, Liverpool Pirates withdrew from the National division and their results stood.

Jordanhill Phoenix and Kirkcaldy failed to start the season in the Scottish division, the forth and Clyde nomads were brought in as substitutes.

Runcorn and Widnes saints withdrew from the North-West division before the season needs to be replaced Widnes West Bank and the wirral warriors. New Broughton Rangers folded mid-season in division North-West Premier.

Park "Haworth" failed to finish the season in the Yorkshire Premier League, but their results stood. Bradford Salem withdrew from the Yorkshire regional division should be replaced by Shaw cross sharks. Wetherby Bulldogs and Scunthorpe barbarians failed to complete the season in the Yorkshire regional office, but their results stood.

Derby came out in the middle of the season from the Premier Midlands, but their results stood. North East Worcestershire ravens failed to complete the season in the Midlands regional office, but the results stood.

Blackwood bulldogs failed to complete the season in the Welsh Premier League. Amman valley rhinos, Dinefwr sharks, boars St. clears and Swansea-Llanelli dragons were eliminated from the Wales regional office after not fulfilling any fixtures and replace Ardudwy devils.

St Albans centurions brought in from the Eastern regional division but their lamps were.

                                     

1.17. History. 2011

In 2011, the National division to return to Coventry bears from the top division Midlands and Valley Cougars step from the Welsh Premier League. Gateshead lightning was made also as a reserve team Gateshead thunder, but failed to start the season.

2011 also saw several new divisions in Scotland and North-East, gaining the Premier League new regional units formed in the West of England with clubs from various divisions to reduce the burden associated with travel. Yorkshire Premier and regional divisions merged with the format of the split season. Yorkshire to replace its Premier and regional divisions with two geographically split divisions West and East, what would the Prime Minister and the regional playoffs of the division.

Only clubs rose from the feeder at Northampton demons and from Bristol Sonics Rugby League Midlands and the Vikings from the Lancashire League Northwest credit. A new feeder League was established in the Eastern merit League, which broke away from the London League. In Yorkshire and the Humber merit League split into a North unit and the division of the Midlands.

Plans for 2012 saw a few winter parties, DST with Cadishead rhinos, Panthers Chorley and Rochdale cobras joining the North-West regional branch, Walton warriors Knottingley rockware Stolze stands and Cutsyke raiders in the Yorkshire East division and Doncaster gate, Guiseley Rangers and Lindley Swifts in West Yorkshire, which also received new side of street pirates. There were also numerous Barla clubs entering teams in the League and the Northwest credit.

Northallerton stallions moved to Catterick and became North Yorkshire Stallions. The storm became Newcastle Gateshead storm. Newport became the titans moving to Machen.

The initial compositions of the following new clubs in italics:

  • National Division: Bramley Buffaloes, Coventry Bears, Dewsbury Celtic, Featherstone Lions, Gateshead Lightning, Hemel Stags, Huddersfield Underbank Rangers, Kippax Knights, Nottingham Outlaws, Valley Cougars, Warrington Wizards.
  • Welsh Premier Division: Bridgend Blue Bulls, Cardiff Demons, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire & Ceredigion Bears, Titans, Torfaen Tigers, Valley Cougars A.
  • East Division: Bedford Tigers, Bury Titans, Northampton Demons A, Norwich City Saxons, St Ives Roosters, Sudbury Gladiators.
  • North West Regional Division: Blackpool Sea Eagles, Cadishead Rhinos, Chester Gladiators, Chorley Panthers, Crewe & Nantwich Steamers, Rochdale Cobras.
  • North East Regional Division: Cramlington Rockets, Durham Demons, East Cumbria Crusaders, Hartlepool, North Yorkshire Stallions, Peterlee Pumas A, Whitley Bay Barbarians, Winlaton Warriors.
  • West Of England Division: Bristol Sonics A, Gloucestershire Warriors, Oxford Cavaliers, Swindon St George, Wiltshire Wyverns.
  • North East Premier Division: Gateshead Spartans, Gateshead Storm, Jarrow Vikings, Peterlee Pumas, Sunderland City, Wallsend Eagles.
  • Scottish Premier Division: Ayrshire Storm, Carluke Tigers, Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Fife Lions, Moray Eels.
  • Yorkshire Premier Division West: Doncaster Toll Bar, East Leeds, Guiseley Rangers, Leeds Akkies, Lindley Swifts Parkside Hawks, Prospect Pirates, Shaw Cross Sharks.
  • Southern Premier Division: Eastern Rhinos, Hainault Bulldogs, Hammersmith Hillshoists, South London Storm, St Albans Centurions, West London Sharks.
  • South Wales Championship: Blackwood Bulldogs, Bonymaen Broncos, Dyffryn Devils, Tydfil Wildcats Rugby League, Neath Port Talbot Steelers.
  • Midlands Division West: Birmingham Bulldogs, Bristol Sonics, Leamington Royals, Telford Raiders.
  • South West Division: Devon Sharks, East Devon Eagles, Exeter Centurions, North Devon Raiders, Plymouth Titans, Somerset Vikings, South Dorset Giants, South Somerset Warriors.
  • North West Premier Division: Accrington & Leyland Lions, East Lancashire Vikings, Liverpool Buccaneers, Mancunians, Widnes West Bank, Wigan Riversiders.
  • Scottish 1st Division: Aberdeen Warriors, Ayr Knights, Cumbernauld, Falkirk, Moray Titans.
  • Midlands Division East: Birmingham Bulldogs A, Leicester Storm, Northampton Demons A, Nottingham Outlaws A.
  • London & South Division: Elmbridge Eagles, Guildford Giants, Greenwich Admirals, Medway Dragons, Portsmouth Navy Seahawks, Southampton Spitfires, Sussex Merlins.
  • Yorkshire Premier Division East: Barnsley Broncos, Cutsyke Raiders, Knottingley Rockware Stolze, Moorends-Thorne Marauders, Rotherham Giants, Scarborough Pirates, Walton Warriors, York Lokomotive.

Gateshead lightning failed to start the season in the National division. Guiseley Rangers and East Leeds failed to start the season in the Yorkshire Premier West. Doncaster toll bar failed to complete the season in the Yorkshire Premier League of the West and their results stood. Moray eels failed to start the season in the Scottish Premier League Falkirk managed to start the season in the Scottish 1st division. Ayr knights failed to complete the season in the Scottish 1st division and their results stood. South Somerset warriors failed to finish the season in division South-West. CPC bears failed to complete the season in the Welsh Premier and their results stood. Blackwood bulldogs failed to start the season in the championship South Wales. Hainault vineyard bulldogs failed to finish the season in the Premier South division and the London skolars capture them fit the offseason. Birmingham bulldogs failed to finish the season in the Midlands division East. Mancunians, Widnes West Bank and East Lancashire Vikings failed to complete the season in division North-West Premier and their results stood. Crewe & Nantwich steamers failed to complete the season in the regional division North-West and their results stood. Norwich city knights and Northampton demons a failed to complete the season in the division, "East" and their results stood

                                     

1.18. History. 2012 and the future. (2012 и будущем)

In RCTS has released plans for a new structure in the summer Games. Initial plans were for conference Rugby League needs to be scrapped and replaced by a Northern and southern conference for level 3, to replace the national division and the national Conference League, which moved from the winter. These plans were later modified to have three units of the National conference of the League, staying as they were backed by a separate subdivision 3 based on the conference of Rugby League in the national division, at least for 2012.

Tier 4 will consist of a series of regional leagues where the clubs in the Rugby League conference will bring together some Barla clubs daylight saving time. He has not said where the Scottish and Welsh leagues will fit into the new pyramid structure. These regional leagues will include the Yorkshire mens League North West mens League and Rugby League Midlands and cover the length and breadth of the country.

                                     
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