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Atavistic
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Sep 13, 2019, 3:49 PM

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Staying in PDFL territory, I also think it is highly likely that Peterborough North End Sports will apply, as they groundshare with Peterborough Sports and seem to be their Reserves in all but name (indeed, they were the Reserves last season, but "merged" with another local side (Bretton North End, I think it was) and changed name). Only other potential applicants I can see would be Oakham United and Netherton United, but it's hard to say if either will go for it this year.



What about Stamford Lions?


Do they have or play at a ground that meets or could be made to meet the grading? I can't say I honestly know much about them at all. In any case, everything I'm saying is merely speculation on my part as I'm not in the know on goings-on in the PDFL (though I would like to think it's educated speculation at least).

I'm also wondering if Moulton Harrox will ever go for it, as they seem to be right at the top of the league almost every season.



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windydcfc
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Staying in PDFL territory, I also think it is highly likely that Peterborough North End Sports will apply, as they groundshare with Peterborough Sports and seem to be their Reserves in all but name (indeed, they were the Reserves last season, but "merged" with another local side (Bretton North End, I think it was) and changed name). Only other potential applicants I can see would be Oakham United and Netherton United, but it's hard to say if either will go for it this year.



What about Stamford Lions?


Do they have or play at a ground that meets or could be made to meet the grading? I can't say I honestly know much about them at all. In any case, everything I'm saying is merely speculation on my part as I'm not in the know on goings-on in the PDFL (though I would like to think it's educated speculation at least).

I'm also wondering if Moulton Harrox will ever go for it, as they seem to be right at the top of the league almost every season.



Don’t Lions play at the same ground as Stamford A.F.C.? Moulton Harrox basically play on a field. There’s no chance of developing it & they’re happy playing in the P&DL



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Atavistic
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They play at Blackstones, it seems, so they may well be looking to apply.



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Sarumio
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Sep 13, 2019, 8:59 PM

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Another potential one could be Chatteris Town?


I also suspect Stapleford Town and/or Southwell City could go for it!


Rayleigh Town are another - they had aspirations last season to get into the new ECL but didn't;t apply in the end. Could be a dark horse, and seem to have got it right finally on the pitch - 100% start to the Essex Olympian campaign so far. Rayleigh not exactly a small town either so could easily attract a decent following and develop into a decent Step 5/6 club.


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I also suspect Stapleford Town and/or Southwell City could go for it!

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Pretty sure Southwell would never be able to enclose their current pitch.
Do you know if they have plans to move?


windydcfc
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I also suspect Stapleford Town and/or Southwell City could go for it!


Stapleford ambitions are long term. Southwell need to to develop the ground near Fiskerton & that’s a long way off.



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windydcfc
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Sep 13, 2019, 10:50 PM

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I also suspect Stapleford Town and/or Southwell City could go for it!

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Pretty sure Southwell would never be able to enclose their current pitch.
Do you know if they have plans to move?



There long term ambitions are at the ground near Fiskerton.



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Step 3: https://www.google.com/...358611350589399&z=16
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shimtoan
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Sep 14, 2019, 6:39 AM

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I also suspect Stapleford Town and/or Southwell City could go for it!


Stapleford ambitions are long term. Southwell need to to develop the ground near Fiskerton & that’s a long way off.

Don't think Stabbo will go for it this season. Other than lights there's the matter of it being, well, a public park



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Reborn Yellow
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Sep 14, 2019, 12:48 PM

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Stabbo definitely have plans, but they're are still a way off. Most home games seem to be at Basford.


shimtoan
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Sep 14, 2019, 6:17 PM

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Stabbo definitely have plans, but they're are still a way off. Most home games seem to be at Basford.

Their "home" match against AFC Dunkirk on Friday was played at Dunkirk, but wasn't a reversed fixture



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Reborn Yellow
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Sep 14, 2019, 7:18 PM

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They've also done it before against Sandiacre and Eastwood res. Although full time is showing Hickings Lane for the rest of the season. The reverse fixture against AFC Dunkirk is also away, so as you say it was not a reversed fixture.


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I think there will be only Blue Star that have a realistic chance from the Northern Alliance. The plans they have submitted are first class.
I cant see anyone winning the Alliance bar them. Very ambitious club with some big names back room, non more so than Peter Beardsley and Kenny Wharton. Quite a squad in there this season . Horden in Wearside League have everything in place for a return , quite surprised at the start from Gateshead Leam Rangers who have a great set up but from what ive been told they have huge pylons stopping them putting floodlights up. Boldon have the facility but havnt had the best of starts, Hebburn Res will come good and will have the facility if Hebburn Town go up which looks very likely.. From what i've read there could be a minimum of 4, possibly 5 promoted from NL2 So they will need replacing. The Alliance can afford to lose clubs to Step 6 but not so much the Wearside League. Living in Durham i was told that Durham Utd may apply from the Wearside League Be interesting to see the applications come December. Have no idea on The North Riding League but sure to be a couple applying.



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Rebel Yeller
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Sep 15, 2019, 3:12 PM

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In the Surrey and Middlesex Leagues there are now only groundsharers who can apply and one must assume that the point of sharing is to apply if at all possible.

In Surrey we have Lyne (Ascot from October) and Old Rutlishians ( AFC Croydon Athletic)

In Middlesex we have PFC Victoria (Hanworth Villa), CB Hounslow United Reserves ( but would require promotion of 1st team), Cricklewood Wanderers (Wembley), Hilltop (Hillingdon Borough), London Samurai (Northwood), NW London (Hadley) and Clapton Community (Wadham Lodge).

So a candidate from Middlesex would seem to be almost certain. Surrey could well provide one too.


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Sep 15, 2019, 7:19 PM

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I think there will be only Blue Star that have a realistic chance from the Northern Alliance. The plans they have submitted are first class.
I cant see anyone winning the Alliance bar them. Very ambitious club with some big names back room, non more so than Peter Beardsley and Kenny Wharton. Quite a squad in there this season . Horden in Wearside League have everything in place for a return , quite surprised at the start from Gateshead Leam Rangers who have a great set up but from what ive been told they have huge pylons stopping them putting floodlights up. Boldon have the facility but havnt had the best of starts, Hebburn Res will come good and will have the facility if Hebburn Town go up which looks very likely.. From what i've read there could be a minimum of 4, possibly 5 promoted from NL2 So they will need replacing. The Alliance can afford to lose clubs to Step 6 but not so much the Wearside League. Living in Durham i was told that Durham Utd may apply from the Wearside League Be interesting to see the applications come December. Have no idea on The North Riding League but sure to be a couple applying.


So have Horden got lights in place?


windydcfc
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Sep 15, 2019, 7:22 PM

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I think there will be only Blue Star that have a realistic chance from the Northern Alliance. The plans they have submitted are first class.
I cant see anyone winning the Alliance bar them. Very ambitious club with some big names back room, non more so than Peter Beardsley and Kenny Wharton. Quite a squad in there this season . Horden in Wearside League have everything in place for a return , quite surprised at the start from Gateshead Leam Rangers who have a great set up but from what ive been told they have huge pylons stopping them putting floodlights up. Boldon have the facility but havnt had the best of starts, Hebburn Res will come good and will have the facility if Hebburn Town go up which looks very likely.. From what i've read there could be a minimum of 4, possibly 5 promoted from NL2 So they will need replacing. The Alliance can afford to lose clubs to Step 6 but not so much the Wearside League. Living in Durham i was told that Durham Utd may apply from the Wearside League Be interesting to see the applications come December. Have no idea on The North Riding League but sure to be a couple applying.



The NL2 will need anywhere between 4 & 7 clubs. The FA have said that more than 1 club can be promoted from each feeder league. They may relegate clubs, if the feeder leagues can replace those clubs. If no clubs are relegated, then the FA will be looking for 4 clubs. There’s a possibility that Cleator Moor Celtic could be laterally transferred & fill one of those spots. On the flip side if Penrith are relegated from the NL1 and the FA decides to place them in the NWCL1N & keeps Cleator in that league. Then this increases the required clubs up to 5. If the FA relegates 2 clubs from the NL2, then they will require 7 clubs(highly unlikely in my opinion). Personally I think the bottom club will be relegated, Penrith looks like they may stay up & I’m not sure what the FA will do with Cleator. So it’s likely that at least 1 of the feeder leagues will promote 2 clubs. In the Northern Alliance, Blyth Town & AFC Killingworth are the next best & ambitious. Redcar Town will definitely be applying for promotion from the NRL.



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Dazzla84
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Sep 16, 2019, 3:29 AM

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These are the clubs that are either planning to apply or are weighing it up in the northeast:
NRL: Grangetown Boys Club, Redcar Town & Boro Rangers
WL: Horden Community Welfare, Wolviston, Richmond Town & Hebburn Town Reserves(there will be more)
NA: Newcastle Blue Star, AFC Killingworth & Blyth Town


I think Boldon CA are another from the Wearside, they have floodlights



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This is predominantly a thread about clubs who have floodlights so on that basis everyone thinks they will want to go up.

This thread is mostly conjecture.



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Ashtree RockBee
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Regarding Lyne, if they were to finish in a promotion place this season, would they be allowed to go up?

The reason I ask is that they agreed a groundshare with Ascot United during the close season but have had to wait for the new pitch to be installed before they can move in. Does that cause a problem?

Would the FA say (a) okay, you did agree the groundshare before the season started and the relocation delay was probably out of your hands or (b) sorry, you have to be in a pitch groundshare for a whole season before you can progress?


Sarumio
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In the Surrey and Middlesex Leagues there are now only groundsharers who can apply and one must assume that the point of sharing is to apply if at all possible.

In Surrey we have Lyne (Ascot from October) and Old Rutlishians ( AFC Croydon Athletic)

In Middlesex we have PFC Victoria (Hanworth Villa), CB Hounslow United Reserves ( but would require promotion of 1st team), Cricklewood Wanderers (Wembley), Hilltop (Hillingdon Borough), London Samurai (Northwood), NW London (Hadley) and Clapton Community (Wadham Lodge).

So a candidate from Middlesex would seem to be almost certain. Surrey could well provide one too.


Oh I'm sure all these soul-less, baseless, pretty much supportless cuckoo teams (not clubs) will be a great addition to whichever Step 6 division they join.

And Lyne playing in Ascot, surely a bad joke? If they can't develop their ground, I have sympathy, if they can't be arsed to, I've no sympathy, but either way should stay at Step 7. Too many groundsharers moving miles from their base, in many cases the location they bear in their name and claim to represent.


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KYM's comment about the nature of this thread is accurate. I have no doubt that one member of this board is busily e-mailing clubs and asking about their intentions, but many will speculate on whether a club can be promoted even when visiting the club, without asking anyone there.

[Of course, ideas change - I once asked an official of a newly formed club, replacing a recently defunct (at the time) Southern League club whether they had ambitions to move up from the United Counties to Southern League. I was told there was no chance of this. That club is now in the Football League]

The Surrey clubs are however a case in point. If they have suitable Step 7 grounds, then there is no point in uprooting to other places unless they intent to progress. I know nothing of Lyne, other than it is not Ascot. It is unclear what benefit it is to the club there is in moving - and more to the point, what affect does this have on football in Lyne itself. We are not talking of crowds and attendances here, but as a community centre, football training for kids, veterans teams and an amateur team for locals. At Ascot, the club is just the person(s) putting the money in. [The rent alone means the club can not stand alone as a break even enterprise]. I have visited Old Rutlishians when they played in Poplar Road, no more than half a mile from the Rutlish School that gives the club its name. No one watched them there - at least half the "crowd" of 30 would have been groundhoppers. I would hazard that at the time, most of the players either lived closer to the ground than their current AFC Croydon venue, or had some connection, (friend or family) that tied them to the area.


The question for any of these clubs moving up the pyramid because someone has found them a little funding, is are they prepared for when the funding runs out.


While in Surrey, I agree with the poster who says that these groundsharers can only be sharing to secure promotion, I am not sure that it is so true in Middlesex, where there may be a shortage of Step 7 grounds that are not suitable for promotion. Still, I thought PFC Victoria were on last year's list and I am sure Clapton Community could also be on the list (unless the current owner of Clapton FC moves away and those running CCFC can then unite the two clubs).



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Ashtree RockBee
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Lyne is a small village near Chertsey and Addlestone, and their home ground is a school playing field in Addlestone, a similar situation to that at Hayling United. As such, there would be no chance of improving the ground to Step 7 status. It is interesting that, with Abbey Rangers and Chertsey Town within two and four miles of their current base respectively, Lyne will be groundsharing ten miles from their village and in a neighbouring county. I do realise this could be down to factors like rental costs, number of teams already using the grounds etc. .


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Rebel Yeller
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Sep 16, 2019, 2:58 PM

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Having visited most of the Surrey and Middlesex Step 7 sides, a lot of what has been said here is true.

When the CCL absorbed the Surrey Senior League into its Division 1 some years back, they took virtually every Club with a decent ground with them. None of the Step 7's left have any chance of upgrading, even if they wanted to. It is rare to find a crowd over 30...you may at Staines Lammas or Worcester Park but that's it. My smallest ever attendance was at AFC Cubo - 4.


Middlesex does have a shortage of grounds. 6 clubs were promoted into the Middlesex Premier for this season, and of those 5 changed where they were playing to meet Step 7 requirements, which aren't onerous. I think that it's the changing room requirements that are a problem. Only Stonewall, playing at Barn Elms, stayed where they were. Similarly, in the Middlesex, only Clapton and PFC Victoria seem to attract any sort of crowd at all. Like Surrey, a crowd of 30 in most of this League would be a good one.

And promotion to Step 6 doesn't neccessarly help. FC Deportivo Galicia won the Middlesex a couple of seasons back and are now in CCL Division 1. Saw them a couple of weeks back and there was a crowd of 25. So no improvement from Step 7 days.

My knowledge of Step 7 grounds further north is thin, but I get the impression from reading posts on here that there are a lot of decent grounds languishing at Step 7 . If so, I can understand their chagrin as being rated in the pyramid alongside essentially park sides.


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I keep wondering if the likes of durham city will be reprieved like this season if theres clubs in the feeder leagues who want to go up and have the required facilities. With regards to other clubs in the ne area:
-horden, ground was always decent but floodlights were removed i believe. Would not need much else doing
-richmond, established wearside club now but what they would need to start on a new ground now if they want to go up unless they could get round the ground share issue
-darlington ra, not sure about on the field but the facilities are there
-darlington town, anyone know i they have promotion ambitions

From my neck of the woods now theres only really clay cross who seem to have been interested in the past. Have yet to check there ground out so not sure about standard



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Richmond are moving to a new ground this season.
Pinxton are probably Clay Cross’s biggest promotion rivals and are equally ambitious.



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Step 1: https://www.google.com/....119447550000018&z=7
Step 2: https://www.google.com/...677250654298405&z=15
Step 3: https://www.google.com/...358611350589399&z=16
Step 4: https://www.google.com/...536616305542566&z=16
Step 5: https://www.google.com/...399355140531952&z=16
Step 6: https://www.google.com/...1556307438963813&z=9


genesimmons
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Richmond are moving to a new ground this season.
Pinxton are probably Clay Cross’s biggest promotion rivals and are equally ambitious.

Cheers windy not really heard anything about richmonds ground plans, presume it will be in the town. Maybe it might be end of next season they go up if work aint started yet



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