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At the Christmas break the Inter-College Football B league looks all too familiar with Fylde leading the way, although it must be noted that positions are far from settled with Fylde having played five of eight whilst Furness and Lonsdale have only competed in one single game. The surprise outfit this year have been Graduate, earning a well fought draw against current champions Fylde as well as winning their other two matches. Contenders for the title County have two victories in two with Lonsdale also picking up a win in their only match, the only two teams left capable of obtaining a 100% record. Grizedale and Pendle prop up the lower end of the table having suffered three defeats each. Bowland are seemingly out of it having accumulated only one point in three
Inclement weather in week eight meant that the possible title decider against Fylde and County was abandoned, but it did little to dampen either college’s hopes of claiming the title. With the unprecedented difference in the numbers of games played so far the silverware is still very much up for grabs. Last year the championship was decided on goal difference, this year could be equally as close. Graduate, County and Lonsdale and outsiders Cartmel will all be especially optimistic about their chances of uprooting Fylde from the top when Inter-College football returns after the winter break.