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Proposed Constitution for season 2007-08

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At its Management Meeting on 21 May, the League agreed its provisional constitution for the Premier Division next season, as follows: this is of course subject to ratification by the clubs at the AGM on 21 June.


Ash United

Banstead Athletic

Bedfont Green


Camberley Town

Chertsey Town

Chessington & Hook United


Colliers Wood United




Egham Town

Epsom & Ewell

Godalming Town

Horley Town


North Greenford United

Raynes Park Vale

Reading Town

Sandhurst Town



From last season, Chipstead have been promoted into the Ryman League, whilst Bedfont and Guildford City have been relegated to Division One.


Coming in are Godalming Town and Corinthian-Casuals, both relegated from the Ryman League, plus Horley Town, promoted from Division One.


Were Corinthian-Casuals to be reprieved, Guildford City would be reprieved in turn.


The proposed constitution for Division One has not yet been determined but will be advised in due course.


The opening day of the new season will be Sat 11 August.


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Do you think CC's will get a reprive with the Hayes-Yeading merger ??


Dont know who it will work it's way down to them. Where they the best finishing 2nd bottom side ???

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Hi Guffs, how are U ??


That's a shame would have liked to play them next year.


Is that because of the Hayes Yeading marriage ????

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