Written by DB
As forecast - and you read it first here! - Swindon,with Adrian Hemery in full flow, and Southend,continuing a roll started when winning the SML Division Three title in 1999, were the two teams who made it into Division Four of the BAL for 2005.They now join K&P,Norwich,Derby,Team Solent,Medway & Maidstone and Swansea for next summer's campaign. Scores: Swindon 389,Southend 373,Leeds 293,Highgate 287.5,Bolton 283,Winchester 230.5,Yeovil 224,Deeside 116. With the exception of Medway,all the teams in Division Four next summer have promoted BAL matches either in 2003 or 2004 so the 2005 venues will be reasonably familiar,if nothing else.
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