Premiership table 2017: Calendar year rankings – where YOUR club would finish?

Some Aviva Premiership clubs will be looking forward to seeing the back of 2017 already, others will hope the joy goes on.

Exeter and Newcastle especially have enjoyed an excellent year, while there’s concern for Worcester and Sale’s future in the top flight., then, wanted to find out exactly who has revelled in 2017 and who has endured nine months to forget.

11. Worcester Warriors, 42 points from 22 games (W-7, D-0, L-15, BP-14)

10. Northampton Saints, 46 points from 22 games (W-8, D-0, L-14, BP-14)

9. Sale Sharks, 51 points from 22 games (W-9, D-0, L-13, BP-15)