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Majestics/Royals top overall SYL rankings
October 24th, 2009 8AM
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Northern Virginia Majestics/Royals edged the MPS Bulldogs/Renegades as the Super Y-League's top club in its annual First and Second-11 club rankings for the 2009 regular season. Mountain WFC won the boys rankings and the Washington Freedom won the girls rankings.

The Northern Virginia Royals, fourth in the boys rankings, were 41-3-14 during the SYL regular season. The Majestics, also fourth, were 36-10-4 this season.

First 11 Rankings

2009 OVERALL
1 Northern Virginia Royals/Majestics
2 MPS Bulldogs/Renegades
3 Mountain WFC
4 TSF Academy
5 Alpharetta United

2009 BOYS
1 Mountain WFC
2 HC United
3 TSF Academy
4 Northern Virginia Royals
5 Alpharetta United

2009 GIRLS
1 Washington Freedom
2 Cleveland Internationals
3 Schulz Academy
4 Northern Virginia Majestics
5 Richmond Kickers



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