It’s that time of year again, where rugby league soccer supporters up and down the United Kingdom of Engerland get real excited and dream of watching their favourite franchise play at the Old Trafford Centre in the EPL Super League Super Bowl (unless they finished outside the top 4 in the ladder standings, then they don’t got no chance). Here are the franchises to watch as we get ready to feast on an all-you-can-eat buffet of Super 6s and Qualificationizers post-season rugby league soccer.
Hull City FC
After a sweet season of sensational rugby league soccer under coach Leeds Bradford, The Tigers sure look a real neat bet to win the EPL Super League Standing-Topper’s Trophy thanks to the effort of star players like Manny Canoer and Harvey Pryce. City have started their Super 6s schedule with a loss against Asafa Powell’s Castleford Tigercats at Kings Town Community Stadium (30 to 16) and a sweet win away at Wilderness Vikings (38 to zero). Tigers fans will hope to see more of this real awesome rugby league soccer to make sure they get to be this seasons EPL Super League World Champions of the World.
Warring Town Timberwolves
Coach John Smith will be real stoked with the performances of the players on his roster this season after finishing way high up in the standings after the regular season and making the EPL Super League World Club Challenge Cup Super Bowl at Wimbledon. They are the division’s top endzone-advancers and have the best deefense in rugby league soccer, so the Timberwolves could still snatch the Standing-Stopper’s Trophy from Hull City FC. The Timberwolves face a re-run of the EPL Challenge Cup Sem-i Final against Wakefield Try Naughty this weekend.
Cattle and Dragons
The Spaniards were one of the winningest franchises in the early rounds of the regular season, so coach Ray Sinoo will be be feeling real bummed over how the season has fizzled out worse than a cheap Walmart thanksgiving firecracker. However, Cattle and Dragons can never be written off with players like Vincent Depart, Justin Carney and Rennie Pasty signed up to their roster. The Dragons Gotta go play a real tough game this round; away at one of the competition’s winningest teams: Dame Helen’s Rugby League Soccer Franchise.
USA Men’s National Team and Leeds-Bradford Rhinos coach Barrie McDermott is super lucky to still be in the Oval Office at Terminal 2 after his franchise suffered a fall from grace badder than Miley Cyrus. Stars like Jimmy Kindhorse have made the team one of the winningest in the division agin in recent weeks, though, and the rugby rhinoceroses should be too strong for the EPL Minor League franchises in The Qualificationizers, as amateur franchise Feathers Town Raiders know real well.
The EPL Super League Minor League World Champions of the World will be super excited to play cross-town rivals Leeds-Bradford Rhinos in the Qualificationizers. With some star players on their roster like Hong Kong Fui Fui Moi Moi and Willy Tonguer, the guys from Leeds Sports Town will sure be hoping they can at least make it to the Million Pound Match. A win against London Town Broncos will do real good things for their hopes of getting moved up to the Major Leagues.
Battersea Bulldogs Home
Tractor-maker and part time rugby league soccer coach John Deere has had a super-duper season with the Bulldogs Home, guiding them to 3rd position in the Minor League Standings ahead of real big franchises like Bradford Red Bulls and Halifax Bankers. The Dogs Home struggled in their opening Qualificationizers tie against Hull Kings Town Robins, but the loyal supporters at Mount Pheasant will sure enjoy the ride and the chance to watch some super awesome rugby league soccer.
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