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Super League: Clubs vote to scrap Super 8s in favour of 'one up, one down' system

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Rugby league clubs vote to scrap the Super 8s format and return to a conventional promotion and relegation system from 2019. (...)


Source: feeds.bbci.co.uk

Date: 2018-09-14

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