Thursday, 7 February 2013

The DC Official Rankings

Our DC Official Rankings, compiled by all our writers to give a better UK wide perspective, are in.

The biggest riser is Brighton moving up 7 places after their victories over TVC rivals Portsmouth and Southampton. The biggest faller is Portsmouth going down 7 after their loss to Brighton, their lack of games will also have played a part no doubt.

The TVC took the worst hit this time round with Southampton, Portsmouth, Kingston and Solent all falling because of a combination of postponed games and losses. Only Brighton moved up the poll and BNU make an appearance entering at 25 after flirting with the top 25 like a teenager at a party for most of the season.

The rest of the rankings are pretty much the same as usual with Derby and Sheffield Taking advantage of Southampton's loss and Sitrling's inactivity. Hertfordshire still remain below Birmingham despite last years victory in the final because of the weaker SEC schedule so far, however a victory over UEA could swing it back to the National Champions.

Gloucester and Cambridge also make apperances at the bottom of the pile. #teamphd have a good run of fixtures ahead of them and a new crop of Americans/Rugby players that could give them the edge in a closely run SEC. Gloucester stomped all over varsity rivals Worcester and will also be looking to push on to the Post season.

1: Birmingham -
2: Hertfordshire -
3: Loughborough -
4: Derby +2
5: Sheffield +3
6: Stirling -1
7: Hull -
8: Bath +1
9: Southampton -5
10: UEA +2
11: UWE -1
12: Brighton +7
13: Kent -
14: Plymouth -
15: NTU +1
16: Kingston -1
17: Carnegie -
18: Portsmouth -7
19: Glasgow +1
20: Warwick +2
21: Uclan -
22: Solent -4
23: Gloucester NEW
24: Cambridge NEW

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