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First XI Stats

So we all know you've done really well over the season, but how good are you in comparison to everyone else? Are you getting better or are you just treading water? The stats below will show you how well you've done. Links open in Microsoft Excel.


Having been promoted in 2003, ARPCC had a good season in the Premier League finishing a nerve jangling 7th in the league, staying up by just 3 points after an end of season slump in form

(2004 Olympic Games Athens)


Not being able to capitalise on staying in the premier league the pervious season the team finishes rock-bottom of the league a long way away from safety, the team drops back into Division 1.

(Pope John Paul II dies)  


After dropping down divisions ARPCC bounce straight back into the Premier League with a second placed finish in the league, only losing 3 matches all season, missing out on top spot by 11 points.

(Daniel Craig's first film as James Bond in Casion Royale)  


Short and sweet is the stay in the Premier League, the team finishes just 8 points from safety and are 9th in the league, dropping straight back down into Division 1 straight away.

(Live Earth Concert London )  


After a few years of going up and down the club stays in the first Division in a mid-table position, tied on points with two other teams, an erratic season could be improved but 5 losses in a row put pay to this.

(The LHC at Cern is opened)  


ARPCC are back in the ascendancy, finishing a very respectable 3rd place and missing out on promotion to the Premier League, a few matches are abandoned dropping points and a late rally in form is not enough to make up the extra 21 points

(England regain the Ashes)  


After narrowly missing out on promotion the pervious year the team slumps back into mid-table, closer in points to relegation than promotion, no matches are won in succession and therefore there's no momentum.

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Almost an exact repeat of the previous year, lead by new captain Adam Warbrick the team finishes mid table, but are unable to string together any results and cannot build any momentum and win one more match than they lose.

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The weather conspires against all teams with matches being called off left right and centre, as a consequence the team finishes two spaces above relegation with winnable matches suffering to the weather. The team are comforatbly safe with regards to points but the position is of concern.

(Jessica Ennis wins gold at London 2012 Olympics)