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2017-18 updates from around the ENPL

By, 11/08/17, 1:00PM EST


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While the first ENPL events will take place in summer 2018, the 16 ENPL qualifying NPLs and Boys ECNL Conferences are already positioning themselves for the inaugural ENPL Playoffs.

Here's a look at region-by-region updates from around the NPL and Boys ECNL:

Please stay tuned for more information from these ENPL qualifying competitions throughout the 2017-18 season.


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