2000–01 British Collegiate American Football League

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The 2000–01 British Collegiate American Football League season was the 16th full season of the BCAFL, organised by the British Students American Football Association (BSAFA, now the BAFA).

Changes from Last Season[edit]

  • There were no new teams
  • University of Sheffield re-joined the Northern Conference after three seasons away, playing as the Sabres
  • Dundee Bluedevils withdrew after one season, meaning the BCAFL stayed at 27 teams
  • Lancaster Bombers moved within the Northern Conference from Eastern to Scottish Division
  • Teesside Demons changed their name to Teesside Cougars

Regular season[edit]

2000–01 British Collegiate American Football League is located in Scotland
Clansmen
Clansmen
Hawks
Hawks
Tigers
Tigers
Locations of Scottish teams in BCAFL 2000-01
2000–01 British Collegiate American Football League is located in England
Aces
Aces
Bombers
Bombers
Braves
Braves
Bullets
Bullets
Cavaliers
Cavaliers
Celtics
Celtics
Cobras
Cobras
Cougars
Cougars
Falcons
Falcons
Hurricanes
Hurricanes
Killer Bees
Killer Bees
Knights
Knights
Lemmings
Lemmings
Lions
Lions
Mariners
Mariners
Outlaws
Outlaws
Pirates
Pirates
Sabres
Sabres
Sharks
Sharks
Stags
Stags
Stallions
Stallions
Stingers
Stingers
Tarannau
Tarannau
Wolves
Wolves
Locations of English and Welsh teams in BCAFL 2000-01

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Northern Conference, Scottish Division[edit]

Team Pld Won Lst Drw PF PA Win%
Glasgow Tigers 8 4 3 1 170 106 0.562 Qualified for Playoffs
Stirling Clansmen 8 4 3 1 120 104 0.562
Lancaster Bombers 8 3 5 0 114 136 0.375
Strathclyde Hawks 8 2 5 1 53 147 0.312

Northern Conference, Eastern Division[edit]

Team Pld Won Lst Drw PF PA Win%
Teesside Cougars 8 6 1 1 90 50 0.812 Qualified for Playoffs
Hull Sharks 8 6 2 0 157 51 0.750 Qualified for Playoffs
Leeds Celtics 8 2 4 2 36 54 0.375
Sheffield Sabres 8 1 7 0 24 87 0.125
Newcastle Mariners 8 0 6 2 18 265 0.125

Northern Conference, Central Division[edit]

Team Pld Won Lst Drw PF PA Win%
Loughborough Aces 8 6 2 0 160 31 0.750 Qualified for Playoffs
Staffordshire Stallions 8 5 2 1 106 67 0.688 Qualified for Playoffs
Leicester Lemmings 8 5 2 1 58 32 0.688 Qualified for Playoffs
Derby Braves 8 4 3 1 82 41 0.562
Nottingham Outlaws 8 2 6 0 95 119 0.250

Southern Conference, Eastern Division[edit]

Team Pld Won Lst Drw PF PA Win%
Hertfordshire Hurricanes 8 6 1 1 192 46 0.812 Qualified for Playoffs
UEA Pirates 8 4 3 1 60 78 0.562 Qualified for Playoffs
Surrey Stingers 8 3 4 1 60 135 0.438
Kent Falcons 8 1 7 0 44 117 0.125

Southern Conference, Central Division[edit]

Team Pld Won Lst Drw PF PA Win%
Oxford Cavaliers 8 7 1 0 234 91 0.875 Qualified for Playoffs
Birmingham Lions 8 6 2 0 275 83 0.750 Qualified for Playoffs
Warwick Wolves 8 2 6 0 56 145 0.250
Tarannau Aberystwyth 8 0 8 0 18 292 0.000

Southern Conference, Western Division[edit]

Team Pld Won Lst Drw PF PA Win%
Cardiff Cobras 8 7 0 1 199 55 0.938 Qualified for Playoffs
Southampton Stags 8 5 2 1 97 72 0.688 Qualified for Playoffs
Bristol Bullets 8 4 4 0 92 94 0.500 Changed name to David Chorley Bullets
Bath Killer Bees 8 2 4 2 122 79 0.375
Reading Knights 8 2 6 0 45 200 0.250

Playoffs[edit]

  Wild Cards Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals College Bowl XV
                                     
       
  S.C1 Oxford Cavaliers 14  
    Herts. Hurricanes 6  
S.E2 UEA Pirates 0
S.E1 Herts. Hurricanes 68  
  Oxford Cavaliers 18  
  Birmingham Lions 8  
       
       
  S.W1 Cardiff Cobras 16
    Birmingham Lions 20  
S.W2 Southampton Stags 6
S.C2 Birmingham Lions 14  
  Oxford Cavaliers 26
  Loughborough Aces 23
       
       
  N.E1 Teesside Cougars 21
    Glasgow Tigers 0  
N.C3 Leicester Lemmings 6
N.Sc1 Glasgow Tigers 8  
  Teesside Cougars 14
  Loughborough Aces 16  
N.C2 Staffordshire Stallions 14  
N.E2 Hull Sharks 6  
  Staffordshire Stallions 6
    N.C1 Loughborough Aces 17  
     
  • Note - the table does not indicate who played home or away in each fixture.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Full list of historical League tables". Retrieved 13 April 2014. 

External links[edit]