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Midlands Regional Alliance

 



Dan Bishop
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Jul 27, 2014, 8:19 PM

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Location: East Staffordshire
Team(s): Everton

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At last here is the confirmed constitution! We've soldiered on with a provisional constitution since the AGM, as two hours before the AGM Willington rescinded their resignation, then in turn rescinded that, and so it went on. The league wanted to give them every opportunity to get their affairs in order and continue, hench no final constitution until now, but in the end this showed little sign of happening. In the meantime, reality kicked in for new boy's Nottingham City, and they withdrew their membership having been voted in at the AGM after announcing they would miss the 16th August kick off by several weeks due to player unavailability. After all those unwelcome distractions, we are now left with a confirmed line up of:

Premier Division:
Allestree
Chellaston
Cromford
Derby Rolls Royce Leisure
Little Eaton
Melbourne Dynamo
Newhall United
Pastures
Rowsley 86
Sandiacre Town
Tibshelf
Wirksworth Ivanhoe
Wirksworth Town
Woolley Moor United


Division One:
AFC Rocester
Ambergate
Aston
Bargate Rovers
Derby Singh Brothers
FC Stockbrook Rangers
Matlock United
Newhall United Reserves
Ripley Town
Rowsley 86 Reserves
Shirebrook Rangers
Stapleford Town
Wirksworth Town Reserves


Division Two:
Ambergate Reserves
Bargate Rovers Reserves
Chellaston Reserves
Chesterfield Town
Derby Deaf
Little Eaton Reserves
Matlock Town (C.F.A)
Melbourne Dynamo Reserves
Pastures Reserves
Punjab United
Roe Farm
Sandiacre Town Reserves
Sherwin
Shirebrook Rangers Reserves
Willington Sports
Woolley Moor United Reserves


nico
Chelsea Transfer Target


Aug 1, 2014, 12:48 AM

Posts: 3502
Location: Robin Hood County
Team(s): SV Schadenfreude

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Premier Division - 14

Allestree
Chellaston
Cromford
Derby Rolls Royce Leisure
Little Eaton
Melbourne Dynamo
Newhall United
Pastures {promoted}
Rowsley 86
Sandiacre Town
Tibshelf {promoted}
Wirksworth Ivanhoe {promoted}
Wirksworth Town
Woolley Moor United

leaving ~ Willington

Division One - 12

AFC Rocester {new}
Aston {new}
Bargate Rovers
Derby Singh Brothers
FC Stockbrook Rangers {new}
Matlock United {new}
Newhall United reserves {promoted}
Ripley Town
Rowsley 86 reserves
Shirebrook Rangers {new, from Matlock & District League}
Stapleford Town {promoted}
Wirksworth Town reserves {promoted}

leaving ~ Ambergate, Derby Rolls Royce Leisure reserves, Shardlow St. James

Division Two - 16

Ambergate {was reserves, now 1st}
Bargate Rovers reserves
Chellaston reserves {new}
Chesterfield Town {new, from Hope Valley Amateur League B Div}
Derby Deaf {new, from Midland Amateur Alliance Div 2}
Little Eaton reserves
Matlock Town (C.F.A)
Melbourne Dynamo reserves
Pastures reserves {new}
Punjab United {relegated}
Roe Farm
Sandiacre Town reserves
Sherwin {new}
Shirebrook Rangers reserves {new}
Willington Sports
Woolley Moor United reserves

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Hangabout
Youth Team Star

Aug 12, 2014, 10:52 AM

Posts: 303
Location: Wrexham
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Do any of these clubs have the potential to climb the pyramid?


Matty
Reserve Team Star

Aug 12, 2014, 2:53 PM

Posts: 798
Location: Derbyshire
Team(s): All things Derbyshire

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Sandiacre were in the CML a few tears back and had / have? floodlights but they have been poor on the pitch recently.
Ripley in population terms really should have a team higher up the pyramid.
Others will know more.
Mickleover RBL, Mickleover Royals and Swanwick Pentrich Road have all recently moved up to the CML (now floodlights not required.
Allenton did but have disbanded.

Other of these teams have fair sized populations with no direct competitor in their immediate location (i.e. that town or suburb)


Sarumio
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Aug 12, 2014, 3:37 PM

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Location: Ilminster
Team(s): Salisbury

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Well Ripley is by far the largest town of that lot so they'd have a reasonable chance. I make the next largest Nottinghamshire's Stapleford, so again could move upwards.

Wirksworth, Sandiacre, Newhall and Melbourne are all market towns with 5000+ populations so Step 7 or even 6 not beyond them maybe!


Matty
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Aug 17, 2014, 4:07 PM

Posts: 798
Location: Derbyshire
Team(s): All things Derbyshire

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Well Ripley is by far the largest town of that lot so they'd have a reasonable chance. I make the next largest Nottinghamshire's Stapleford, so again could move upwards.

Wirksworth, Sandiacre, Newhall and Melbourne are all market towns with 5000+ populations so Step 7 or even 6 not beyond them maybe!


Agree with that, though maybe some Derby suburbs could do a Mickleover - Allestree, Chad(desdon) and Chelleston, Melbourne is growing and just outside the city limit Hilton and Ashbourne without looking up is a fair sized town. Wirksworth is well Wirksworth a bit apart so could be a well supported side.
Langley Mill springs to mind a somewhere who could support a decent level team


Matty
Reserve Team Star

Aug 17, 2014, 4:12 PM

Posts: 798
Location: Derbyshire
Team(s): All things Derbyshire

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And though they've tried Bolsover

 
 


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