SPORTS INSURE PREMIERSHIP TABLE
|Position||Team||Played||Home Wins||Super Heat Home Wins||Super Heat Home Losses||Home Losses||Away Wins||Super Heat Away Wins||Super Heat Away Losses||Away Losses||For||Against||Aggregate Bonus Points||Total Points|
1st Leg: Ipswich 54-36 Belle Vue, 2nd Leg: Belle Vue 51-39 Ipswich
1st Leg: Wolverhampton 40-50 Sheffield, 2nd Leg: Sheffield vs Wolverhampton
Ipswich vs Sheffield/Wolverhampton
LEAGUE SCORING SYSTEM
Win = 2 points
Draw = (see Super Heat)
Loss = 0 points
Aggregate Bonus Point Win = 1 point
Aggregate Bonus Point Loss = 0 points
AGGREGATE BONUS POINT
An additional point awarded to team winning on aggregate over corresponding fixtures, e.g. Belle Vue 47 Sheffield 43 & Sheffield 48 Belle Vue 42 (Sheffield awarded additional point for winning 91-89 on aggregate).
If scores are tied on aggregate then a Super Heat will be staged (see Super Heat note).
– The Team Manager, at their discretion may select any two of their seven riders.
– The Super Heat will take place with the following scoring system to determine the winner: 1st 4 points, 2nd 3 points, 3rd 2 points, 4th 0 points.
– In meetings after heat 15 when the score is level (e.g. 45-45), a Super Heat will be used to determine the winner (winning Super Heat team get 2 league points, losers 1 league point).
– The Super Heat winning team will be reflected as a WD in the league table and the loser as a LD.
– If a meeting is abandoned for any reason after the staging of heat 10, the scores are level and no more heats can take place (e.g. Super Heat), the match will be decided on countback of heat advantages (most 5-1s, most 4-2s etc). Winning team get 2 league points, losers 1 league point.
Aggregate Bonus Point
– When scores are tied for Aggregate Bonus Point then a Super Heat will be staged to determine the winner.
– If the second meeting is a draw and it creates an aggregate draw (eg. 45-45 followed by 45-45) then one Super Heat takes place which counts for not only to decide the meeting winner (2 league points for winner, 1 league point for loser), but also the aggregate bonus point.
– If aggregate scores are level but the second meeting has been abandoned then aggregate bonus point is given on countback of heat advantages (most 5-1s, most 4-2s etc) over the two meetings.
PLAY-OFF PICTURE – HOW IT WORKS
– Top four teams progress to the play-offs (All play-off ties raced over two legs) .
– The semi-final line-up is based on the final league table: 1st v 4th, 2nd v 3rd.
– The winners from the two semi-finals then meet in a two-legged Grand Final to decide Premiership Champions.
– In the event of a tie on aggregate in the semi-final or Grand Final, the outcome will be determined by the Super Heat Format.
One round will be staged at Leicester on June 29.
The event is contested over 23 heats – 21 qualifying races, a semi-final and a final.
The qualifying rounds pit each team against each other once and a 4-3-2-0 scoring format is in place to make team riding crucial, providing an advantage for any pair that finishes second and third over a team with riders in first and last.
The Rising Star (RS) from each club will also be included and must take at least one of his team’s six rides.
The team that finishes top of the scoring chart heads straight into the final.
The teams that finish second and third race against each other in a semi-final. The winner then takes on the team that finished top.
First Leg: Wolverhampton 46-20 Belle Vue. Second Leg: Belle Vue 54-36 Wolverhampton
First Leg: Ipswich 48-42 Leicester. Second Leg: Leicester 43-47 Ipswich
First Leg: Sheffield 58-32 King’s Lynn. Second Leg: King’s Lynn 34-56 Sheffield
First Leg: Ipswich 57-33 Peterborough. Second Leg: Peterborough 48-42 Ipswich
First Leg: Sheffield 54-36 Wolverhampton. Second Leg: Wolverhampton 52-38 Sheffield
First Leg: Sheffield 48-42 Ipswich. Second Leg: Ipswich 55-35 Sheffield