|Milton Keynes Bucks||13||3||1||0||10||2||1||.808|
Legend: P = Played, MW = Merit Wins, ML = Merit Losses, MT = Merit Ties, W = Overall Wins, L = Overall Losses, T = Overall Ties, Pct = Overall Winning Percentage.
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|29.04.1984||Poole Sharks||6||Manchester Spartans||12|
|06.05.1984||RAF Wyton Eagles||6||Northampton Stormbringers||13|
|06.05.1984||Manchester Spartans||26||Poole Sharks||6|
|13.05.1984||Milton Keynes Bucks||32||Poole Sharks||22|
|13.05.1984||Manchester Spartans||0||London Ravens||28|
|20.05.1984||Manchester Spartans||8||Northampton Stormbringers||20|
|03.06.1984||Northampton Stormbringers||36||Poole Sharks||0|
|03.06.1984||London Ravens||27||RAF Wyton Eagles||0|
|08.06.1984||Birmingham Bulls||7||Milton Keynes Bucks||41|
|10.06.1984||Poole Sharks||0||London Ravens||71|
|17.06.1984||Milton Keynes Bucks||18||Northampton Stormbringers||20|
|24.06.1984||Norhampton Stormbringers||4||Milton Keynes Bucks||6|
|24.06.1984||London Ravens||59||Manchester Spartans||0|
|01.07.1984||Milton Keynes Bucks||30||Poole Sharks||0|
|01.07.1984||Walthamstow Warriors||0||London Ravens||86|
There was no official league in British American Football in 1984, with teams arranging their own schedules. Some played one or two games and disappeared as quickly as they were formed, while others played a whole season.
The top 5 teams in the country at the time, London Ravens, Northampton Stormbringers, Milton Keynes Bucks, Manchester Spartans and Poole Sharks organised a regular series of games amongst themselves, as well as playing other opposition. Their record against each other as well as their total record is shown here.
 Britball Now (2016) British American Football Final Tables  [Internet] Available from: http://www.britballnow.co.uk/history-index/historical-league-tables-in/ [Accessed 6 July 2020]
 Anon. (1984) “British American Football” Touchdown. Volume 2 Number 2.
Thanks to Jim Naughton, Kevin Smyth, Ian Collins, Ian Clarke, Alan McCormack, Jason Caldwell, Paul Nolan, Andrew McGovern, Colm Murray, Niall Brennan, John Malone and Tony Meenaghan.
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