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Bantam Cymraeg
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Red Star Alma the latest to leave WMRL - Going to Staffs County League according to their Twitter.

Two divisions only looks more and more likely?


They've got three divisions listed on Full-Time for 2016-17, but with no teams added yet.


Maybe all of them have left


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Hereford Lads Club are to appeal the decision to not promote them as their ground doesn't have lights. They finished runners up in D1 and expected to get promoted to the Prem.

So will Tipton be reprieved?


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Hereford Lads Club are to appeal the decision to not promote them as their ground doesn't have lights. They finished runners up in D1 and expected to get promoted to the Prem.

So will Tipton be reprieved?


How can they appeal? They need lights to play in the Premier Division and they haven't got any. Appeal refused.


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Hereford Lads Club are to appeal the decision to not promote them as their ground doesn't have lights. They finished runners up in D1 and expected to get promoted to the Prem.

So will Tipton be reprieved?


How can they appeal? They need lights to play in the Premier Division and they haven't got any. Appeal refused.

They must have had an application in to install lights or why apply for promotion in the first place.


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Hereford Lads Club are to appeal the decision to not promote them as their ground doesn't have lights. They finished runners up in D1 and expected to get promoted to the Prem.

So will Tipton be reprieved?


How can they appeal? They need lights to play in the Premier Division and they haven't got any. Appeal refused.

They must have had an application in to install lights or why apply for promotion in the first place.


They don't need to apply as it is an internal promotion within the WMRL, but yes i do believe that they have to have an application to install lights. Given that they have a) they have appealed and b) heard 'rumours' they have applied for lights then there must be something in this. I also remember a few seasons ago when Wellington Amateurs were granted promotion despite not having floodlights at the time so this again doesn't paint the WMRL in a very good light as it shows there inconsistencies. It doesn't exactly help when they are probably the last last step 6 league to announce a constitution so anything controversial will always get picked upon.


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Hereford Lads Club are to appeal the decision to not promote them as their ground doesn't have lights. They finished runners up in D1 and expected to get promoted to the Prem.

So will Tipton be reprieved?


I would hope they promote AFC Ludlow over reprieving Tipton Town


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Bit more about Hereford Lads Club here - http://www.herefordtimes.com/...deny_them_promotion/


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The small stand shown in the report was not in place for their last league game Perhaps this, rather than floodlights was the reason for them failing ground grading?



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Hereford Lads Club are to appeal the decision to not promote them as their ground doesn't have lights. They finished runners up in D1 and expected to get promoted to the Prem.

So will Tipton be reprieved?


I would hope they promote AFC Ludlow over reprieving Tipton Town

Tipton have been in freefall for a number of years mainly down to some of the people running the club and i would back AFC Ludlow over them every day of the week but what's the odds of that happening?


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Lads Club were worthy of promotion on the pitch. But it always struck me as odd that a club could gain promotion to Step 6 without floodlights or seating in place, even with a grace period. On the 4th May, this article was published on the Hereford Times website, stating:
“Currently, there is no stand or floodlights in place at the County Ground, but Moon says the submitted plans have been accepted and the club, in liaison with the Herefordshire Football Association, are now waiting for funds from Sport England to proceed”
The latest announcement suggests one of four things:
  1. Lads Club were misinformed about their promotion eligibility.
  2. Lads Club have missed a deadline to install everything.
  3. The FA have performed a U-turn
  4. The WMRL have performed a U-turn

There may be other scenarios – I can’t think of them at present.
As an AFC Ludlow follower I would be delighted if they were offered promotion. However, I suspect the WMRL are more likely to offer Premier Division reprieves than promote the third place club. This is just a hunch. The only way this may change is if an existing Premier Division club is forced to leave the league through ground grading (Bewdley Town and Wolverhampton Casuals, according to an earlier post on this thread) or through voluntary withdrawal (Bromyard Town).


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Wellington Amateurs were promoted on the basis that:-

1. The funding was in place.
2. All the other infrastructure was virtually in place.
3. If they failed to get things in place in time then they would be relegated immediately.

The lights went up in late August and the league was right to promote them.

Do Hereford Lads Club have any of the major infrastructure in place?

By that I mean planning permission, floodlight pads and trenches for cabling.


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I have heard rumours (Nothing I can confirm with a club announcement on a website or twitter) that Alscott are trying to gain entry to division 2 fro the Mercian League.

They finished 2nd and FC Oswestry Town gained promotion to the NWCFL. Apparently somebody is opposing the promotion of Alscott. Not sure if it is a league or a county FA but apparently it is due to be decided at Wembley next week.


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I have heard rumours (Nothing I can confirm with a club announcement on a website or twitter) that Alscott are trying to gain entry to division 2 fro the Mercian League.

They finished 2nd and FC Oswestry Town gained promotion to the NWCFL. Apparently somebody is opposing the promotion of Alscott. Not sure if it is a league or a county FA but apparently it is due to be decided at Wembley next week.

I asked them on Twitter & they PM'd me that the MRL are against it. They don't want to lose a 2nd club. But the club are fairly confident that they win there appeal. They said that 4 other MRL have applied to join the WMRL2 & have also appealed to the FA. They said that they will have the new changing rooms ready for the start of the season. The next phase of funding will see floodlights & the main funding will see a stand being installed. But this is unlikely to happen until the end of this season. They did say that if all 5 MRL clubs win there appeals, then the WMRL would most likely become regionalised(I assume this is below the WMRL Prem). Allscott's appeal is 22/06/16 12:15 at Wembley.
They said that they know for definite that AFC Broseley have also applied & are appealing to the FA. They believe the other 3 clubs are Oakengates, Rock Rovers & Brigdnorth Res.


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If all 5 clubs leave the league then I think that spells the end of it as anything more than a parks league.

I can't understand why Oakengates would want to go back only a season after leaving.


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If all 5 clubs leave the league then I think that spells the end of it as anything more than a parks league.

I can't understand why Oakengates would want to go back only a season after leaving.
He mentioned Prees as the only other club that could improve there facilities. Like you say the rest are basically council owned park clubs.



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If 5 clubs from Mercian are accepted into WMRL then Oakengates' travel expenses would not be such a burden especially if it leads to lower divisions being regionalised.



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Hi fellas, I used to manage Gates, I haven't heard anything about them applying to be promoted, their new manager has been highly successful at Sunday level and has recruited some top players from teams 2/3 levels above so it wouldn't surprise me if they tried to go up into West mids again however i've no idea what pitch they'd be using


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Not familiar with the Mercian League but it doesn't look good for them if so many clubs are looking to join the WMRL. I also note that the WMRL AGM is on Monday, if this is not changed i can see Mr and Mrs Juggins handing out some fines for non-attendance with England playing the same night. At least the Midland League changed their AGM from last night to tomorrow.


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WMRL Prem table now complete - Wolves Casuals v Wellington on the 14th May when Wellington alledgely didn't travel has gone down as a 0-0 draw - Wellington jump two places in the table to 11th with that point gained


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Can we look forward to Division 2 being completed soon as well?


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Not familiar with the Mercian League but it doesn't look good for them if so many clubs are looking to join the WMRL. I also note that the WMRL AGM is on Monday, if this is not changed i can see Mr and Mrs Juggins handing out some fines for non-attendance with England playing the same night. At least the Midland League changed their AGM from last night to tomorrow.


The AGM has been moved to Wednesday 29th June.


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Allscott's Assistant Manager Simon Lunt has tweeted that Allscott have won their appeal at Wembley and take their place in WMRL 2 next season


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Can someone start a new thread for 2016-17 and put conversation regarding the new season there?

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