Here we are- Week 4 of the 2021 UKFL is in the books! I wanted to start out by thanking everyone that is playing. Regardless of results, I’ve seen some great chats in the leagues so I’m really happy you are all (seeming) to enjoy it. Doubly wanted to thank anyone who has made a donation. The amount is great, and the work that is going on with it is equally great.
Next week will see the playoff picture being released for the first time too, so make sure you look out for that.
UKFL4 Signups Are Coming Soon
The signups to next year are going to be opening up soon. But before they do, I was hoping we could get some feedback from you guys on the format of the league. During the signup stage, we had some people talk about their love of kickers, DST, and more. If you don’t help us shape the future of the league, then there’s not much we can do to accommodate your wants!
This league is run for you guys, so if there is something that you would like to see change then let us know.
2021 UKFL Week 4 Highest Score
The highest score this week was in the Bulldog division. User Babajoshuwa amassed a score of 214.70. Having the combination of Josh Allen and Matthew Stafford was always going to help, with those two combining for just over 90 points!
To date, we have raised £712 (with another £145 gift aid) so thank you so much! We’ve also seen some people have made donations to personal charities for them- so that’s great too!
Have a look at a case study below- these are the types of people that are helped with even the littlest of donations.
If you haven’t made a donation yet, please do, you can do so here.
Once we are a few weeks in, we will also share the teams that are qualifying for the playoffs. The playoffs will work in the same way as last year:
- You need to enter a team into the Sleeper app (the result of that in-app game doesn’t matter)
- Teams face everyone in the matchup they are put into
- Highest scores advance from each matchup
So that’s the recap for this week. Hopefully, we get some more good action next week on the field.
Image Credit: John David Mercer – USA Today Sports