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robgrillo
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Harrogate League - loses a division.
Ripon Red Arrows demoted 2 divisions, effectively taking over the place held by their reserves.
Kirkstall Crusaders new to div 1 - from Leeds Red Triangle
FC Harrogate - new to div 2
The league loses Ilkley Town 'A' (to Craven League), and reserves of Ripon Red Arrows & Pateley Bridge
Hampsthwaite HC for some reason promoted 2 divisions (they finished 3rd in div3)

Halifax League - just about hangs on to its 'division 3'
Warley Rangers now King Cross Warley
St.Columbas are only new team

Spen Valley League - up to 3 divisions :)
East Bowling All Stars (Bradford), Route 1 Rovers, Sporting Batley - all new to premier (I suspect the former were Fairbank reserves last season)
George Healey - an old name, possibly a re-named club but could be 'new' - in div 1
Lots of new names in div 2 - including several other Bradford based teams. Some may be name changes.

Craven League
new teams: Ilkley Town 'A' (from Harrogate League), Salts 'A' (who will play at Esholt), Broomhill (playing at Marley, keighley) all new to div 2
Polonia Patson (also at Keighley, reformed Polish Sunday team) in div 2. Northern FC won't be joining div 3 after all.
Pendle Athletic, Oakworth (both teams), Barlick barons (one of their teams), Silsden Whitestar reserves, Padiham Town - all drop out



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Kings Cross Warley is a strange one, according to FA find a club website they've moved to Saville Park, even though they've incorporated Kings Cross, (where they played last season), into their name.

Of course this could be wrong.



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Kings Cross Warley is a strange one, according to FA find a club website they've moved to Saville Park, even though they've incorporated Kings Cross, (where they played last season), into their name.

Of course this could be wrong.

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More likely that Find A Club hasn't been updated since they played at Savile Park before they went to the cricket club



Martin9
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4 division Wakefield & District League 2013-14 (net increase of 1 team) is now also on full-time at http://full-time.thefa.com/Index.do?league=9530714.


kimbo_king
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Bit disappointed these don't have their own thread as they are my favourite leagues :)

Thornhill is a big loss to Wakey league

Bramley is a good addition tho, they should do well

Wakey is fast becoming the bad boys of Leeds league. The fact they are joining Wakey over the Red Triangle speaks volumes!


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Bit disappointed these don't have their own thread as they are my favourite leagues :)

Thornhill is a big loss to Wakey league

Bramley is a good addition tho, they should do well

Wakey is fast becoming the bad boys of Leeds league. The fact they are joining Wakey over the Red Triangle speaks volumes!


Adwalton have switched to the Wakey from the LRT and one of the Kirkstall Crusaders teams is in the Harrogate & District.


robgrillo
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Leeds Red Triangle is down to 2 divisions of 6 !!!!



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Martin9
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Selby and District League fixtures for 2013-14 are now on league website at: http://selbydistrictleague.co.uk/Fixtures.htm. Total number of teams unchanged at 17.


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Yorkshire Amateur League fixtures for 7th & 14th September now published on www.yaml.co and Full-Time.

Almondburians have withdrawn their 3rd's from division Five so the season is scheduled to start with 91 teams.


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Leeds Red Triangle is down to 2 divisions of 6 !!!!


That's sad to see, they gave East End Park our start when we re-formed back in 2004



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Martin9
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The Huddersfield and District Works and Combination League constitution 2013-14 (last of West Yorkshire leagues to declare) is now on full-time at http://full-time.thefa.com/...lectedLeague=5256295.

Total number of clubs down to 14 from 16. Former West Riding County Amateur League side Marsden are in bottom division.

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Leeds Red Triangle is up to 13 teams from the 12 initially announced (see http://www.leedsredtriangleleague.co.uk/...div=12524&age=22).


robgrillo
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Rothwell (thrown out of the West Yorkshire league) have been accepted into the premier division of the Wakefield league. They appear not to be running a reserve side, although they are lucky to have a league in which their first team can play! Their application to join the West Riding County Amateur league was turned down as it was well past their cut-off date.



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robgrillo
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Leeds Red Triangle now reconstituted with one division of 11 teams.



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togganet
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Looks miles better

Am I being blind or have Seacroct WMC First team disappeared?



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FCUtdWill
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It says on The FA's Find A Club that it's the first and reserve team combined playing in the league, with the second team disbanded.



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Leeds Red Triangle now reconstituted with one division of 11 teams.


Khalsa Academy have disappeared from a week or two ago!


Loiner
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Selby and District League fixtures for 2013-14 are now on league website at: http://selbydistrictleague.co.uk/Fixtures.htm. Total number of teams unchanged at 17.


There are two Selby clubs in Division 2 of the league this season.
Unicorn at Dennison Road, Selby
Wistow at Jubilee Road, Wistow, Selby.


robgrillo
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Only 9 teams left in the top division of the Doncaster league
plus
Spen Valley premier div newcomers AC Dewsbury have changed their name this week to plain 'Dewsbury'



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robgrillo
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Selby league top division down to 6 teams - Drax & Knottingley both w/d
Doncaster league now two divisions of just 9 teams !
Halifax league's bottom division has just 6 teams now too...



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togganet
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Where did route 1 come from?

They are top



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robgrillo
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Route 1 are a new club in the Spen Valley premier. Two of the four new sides elected straight into the premier (East Bowling & Dewsbury) have already folded. West Park are bottom of the table.

Leeds Red Triangle down to 9 clubs.



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togganet
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Thansk rob

I see they are from Pudsey, do you know if they are formed from a YAML/ WYL team of lasty year?

Maybe a ex grange field outift or somnething



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Loiner
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Thansk rob

I see they are from Pudsey, do you know if they are formed from a YAML/ WYL team of lasty year?

Maybe a ex grange field outift or somnething


Not Grangefield OB though. They are in YAL Senior A at Crawshaw School.


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They could have come from a few players dropping out of various teams, who knows!

Rumours that Bramley have left the Wakey league.

Wouldn't surprise me given the discipline and the results of late. Know some of their better players have gone to teams around Leeds

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