2016 Jr. Season
2016 looked to be a tough season with some well established teams in our division. However the Juniors managed to progress to the U19 Plate final with a 3-3 record overall. In the post-season, the Caesars were able to shutout the infamous London Blitz @ London by 12-0. After the triumph in the capital, the team travelled to South Leeds Stadium to face the Scottish side – the Highland Wildcats. After a well contested game, unfortunately the Caesars fell short to the Wildcats 22-14.
|1||23rd April||Saturday||Birmingham Lions||A||L||33-14|
|2||22nd May||Sunday||Farnham Knights||H||W||30-12|
|3||26th June||Sunday||Birmingham Lions||H||L||24-32|
|4||10th July||Sunday||Buckinghamshire Wolves||H||W||1-0|
|5||17th July||Sunday||Farnham Knights||A||L||35-30|
|6||6th August||Saturday||Buckinghamshire Wolves||A||W||22-28|
|Semi-Final||14th August||Sunday||London Blitz||A||W||0-12|
|Plate Final||28th August||Sunday||Highland Wildcats||A||L||14-22|
*The Buckinghamshire Wolves forfeited the game on the 10th resulting in a 1-0 walkover win.
NB All home games are Junior / Seniors double headers.
Juniors South Two BAFA Standings
|Team||Won||Lost||Tied||%||P F||P A|
|Birmingham Lions (C)||6||0||0||1.000||156||66|
|Nottingham Caesars (P)||3||3||0||0.500||127||134|
*Tie breakers are decided by points against, rather than points difference.
*The Wembley Stallions, Leicester Falcons and Black Country Vipers have withdrawn from the 2016 U19 competition. Therefore the South Two division was realigned, now a four team division, each team plays each other twice.