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I was woundering as no teams who got relegated from the nationewide conference go to the Ryman League because of were the are located. What happens?
-Do 2 get promoted from the Ryman div 1 and only 1 gets relegated from Ryman Prem?
-Or do no one go down and only 1 comes up?
Will someone please tell me as it is driving me crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hayes will come into the Ryman league.<p>Dover will go into the Southern League.<p>If there were three Northern clubs, then you might find the odd team switching leagues.<p>This year only one team is relegated from the Premier division and three promoted from the first.

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All in order to create a 24 team Premier. The numbers of teams in the 2 new regionalised Division 1's is still open for discussion, as some of the erstwhile promoted Division 3 Clubs do not have a B grading or did not apply for one and have it graded by April 1st. Romford also dropping out to the Essex senior League. In all then, 3 promoted from Div 1 and Croydon relgated from the premier. Add 7 teams promoted from Div 3 and the entire Div 2 compliment and you are left with 48 teams for the 2 new Division 1's..24 each, so 46 matches in their league campaign next season...4 more than normal. Up to the Clubs to decide upon this at the Ryman AGM in June.

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Thats not taking into account that Cheshunt have now been relegated (but are appealing) and Hertford have been told they are going up instead.

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Hertford are not the only ones,as Corinthian Casuals should replace Hungerford who also did not get a 'B' grade.




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