The Cataluyna League has taken a new look this year with twenty three teams locking horns in one league.
With the season reaching the half way stage it is the Cataluyna Tigers who are in poll position as we enter into the business end of the season.
The Tigers have won all ten of their games to date and look on course to be a shoe-in for the knock out stages of the competition.
Last year´s winners of the league and T-Twenty competition Cataluyna CC are struggling this time round and currently lie 15th, having won only three out of their ten games. It seems their focus this year will be on the inaugural ECL, when they will represent Spain at La Manga in late July.
Pak-I-Care, Badalona Shaheen, Gracia, Falco, Friends XI, United and Ripoll Warriers occupy the next seven places and all still have good chances of finishing at the top of the pile with a good second half in the season.
League Table as it stands ...
|1 CATALUYNA TIGERS||10||10||0||0||100|
|3 BADALONA SHAHEEN||10||8||1||1||85|
|7 UNITED CC||10||7||0||7||70|
|8 RIPOLL WARRIORS||11||5||3||3||65|
|10 RAVALL SPORTING||10||6||0||4||60|
|13 BARNA ROYALS||10||4||0||6||40|
|16 PAK MONTCADA||11||3||1||7||35|
|18 CITY LIONS||8||3||0||5||30|
|20 PUNJAB LIONS||10||1||3||6||25|
|21 OLOT TIGERS||10||2||1||7||25|
|23 TRINITAT STARS||11||0||0||11||0