Super League Standings 2021 – 2022

The nine Super League teams will play each other twice, meaning teams play a total of 16 games. Three points are awarded for a win, one point for a draw, and zero points for a defeat. Following the completion of the fixtures (72 games) the top four teams will qualify for the National Finals.

Super League – after Matchday 3

PositionTeamPlayedWonDrawnLostGoals ForGoals AgainstDifferencePoints
1stFen Tigers (Q)1615012148712745
2ndNorthern Allstars (Q)1612041681145436
3rdWinchester Kings (Q)1611141731185534
4thRNC Academy (Q)1610061451311430
5thBirmingham166010164175-1118
6thFenland Tigers166010114150-3618
7thPhoenix Blaze164111129177-4813
8thCroysutt Warriors16401298166-6812
9thCambridge Dons16301387174-879

*  Q – Qualified for National Finals

Super League Goal Scorers 2021- 2022

Male – after Matchday 3

PositionPlayerGoals
1stDan Roper (Fen Tigers)147
2ndJosh Murphy (Birmingham)105
3rdDave Scott (Winchester Kings)100

Female – after Matchday 3

PositionPlayerGoals
1stKali Holder (Cambridge Dons)45
2ndGeorgie Bullen (Fenland Tigers)19
Amelia Robertson (RNC Academy)19
3rdLois Turner (Croysutt Warriors)18