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acartw11
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Jun 19, 2009, 4:26 PM

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The provisional constitution for the Midland Football Combination has today been released, subject to any ratifications at next Mondays AGM.

It can be found at:

http://www.midcomb.com/200910.pdf

The major changes involve Racing Club Warwick being relegated from the MFA, Coton Green being relegated to the MFC Division 1, Oldbury Athletic being transferred to the West Midlands Regional League and Pelsall Villa coming the other way. There are also 2 promoted teams to the Premier Division consisting of Castle Vale JKS and Dosthill Colts.


acmold
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Jun 19, 2009, 6:10 PM

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Nice to see Polesworth and Inkberrow back.

Blackwood and Young Warriors, two new names, can't see the latter being a favourite name wise with many on this board, even worst if they were an AFC.

Stratford Town "A", on 3G pitch next to main ground ?


mick
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Jun 19, 2009, 7:14 PM

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When Mahal Warriors joined the West Midlands league in the mid 90's they were forced to drop the 'Warriors' part of the name because, I believe, the league thought it sounded too aggressive. When I saw them play in 1999, the players shirts still bore the full Mahal Warriors name - not sure if that is still the case now ?

 
 


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