Wednesday 5’s End of Season Report
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Premiership Winners: Kronenberg Crushers. In a hotly contested season there can be no complaints about the champions.
They romped their way through two divisions to reach the Premiership and, even with a change of captaincy, they took on the top league with style.
All throughout they played the best football, had the best attitude, and had lady luck on their side a few times also.
They completed the season with a goal difference of plus 53, and can also boast the meanest defence.
Another top season from these guys and hope to see more of the same next time out.
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Runners Up: Courtesy. Once again Courtesy fell short of top spot. For the third season in a row they can claim to be the second best team in the Wednesday league.
With the second meanest defence in the league they only lost three games all season.
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With an obvious change of mentality through the season that seemed to have a calming influence on them, they look to push on next time out and claim that top prize once and for all.
• Championship Winners: Hung FC. After a strong season Hung can say that they deserved their crown.
They finished the season with 12 wins out of 14 with a goal difference of nearly 100.
Having had an end of season wobble, they did manage to clinch the title with a win on the final night of the season.
Scoring 186 goals on the way to the top, this team could be one to watch in the top flight.
Runners Up: Jermain Men. After a final night shoot out against Strangers FC, Jermain Men clinched their second successive promotion with an 11-4 win.
The win caps a fantastic season for this side who have fought their way through some games and flown through some games.
At the end we can say they were the best of the rest and deservedly take their place in the top flight.
• League One Winners: Jubilee Warriors. After two seasons of struggle, Jubilee Warriors had a season to remember.
They finish the season unbeaten with 13 wins from 14 games.
They were also involved in the game of the season against the Runners Up JS Young Boys, coming back from a huge deficit to draw 11-11.
It’s good to see the return of this side and we look for more from them as they join the Championship.
Runners Up: JS Young Boys. With a difficult start to the season, JS Young Boys soon found their feet (and a few new players) to take on the league.
They finished in second place with eight wins from their 14 games and seven points clear of third place.
Their run of form at the end of the season saw them pull away from the rest and secure a promotion in their first season.
Hope to see the same again from this side!