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Constitution for 2017/18 Suburban Football League confirmed

Bracknell, Ascot and Eversley to battle it out in Division 1

Constitution for 2017/18 Suburban Football League confirmed

The Suburban Football League constitution for the 2017/18 season was rubber-stamped on Wednesday night with 10 new sides elected in to the highly regarded reserve league setup.

Binfield, strong finishers last season with a fifth placed position in the Premier Division sit amongst the South Easts top reserve sides with reigning champions Corinthian Casuals and runners up Boreham Wood all returning to a 15 strong line up – one more than 16/17.

In Division 1 Central it’s Bracknell Town, Ascot United and Eversley & California who line up against the likes of new additions Flackwell Heath, Hartley Wintney and Abbey Rangers.

Bracknell were beaten 4-1 by Premier Division Met Police in the Shield Final last season but managed a fifth place finish while Ascot finished fourth and Eversley sixth.

Here’s the full ratified constitution for 2017/18:

Suburban League Premier Division

  • Binfield
  • Boreham Wood
  • Corinthian
  • Corinthian Casuals
  • Cray Wanderers (P)
  • Knaphill
  • Leatherhead
  • Maidenhead United
  • Met Police
  • Royston Town
  • Tonbridge Angels
  • Tring Athletic
  • Uxbridge
  • Walton & Hersham
  • Woking

Suburban League Central Division

Dan Roberts celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town FC. Photo: Neil Graham.

Dan Roberts celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town FC. Photo: Neil Graham.

  • Abbey Rangers (new)
  • Ascot United
  • Bracknell Town
  • Dunstable Town
  • Eversley & California
  • Farnham Town
  • Flackwell Heath (new)
  • Frimley Green (new)
  • Harefield United (new)
  • Hartley Wintney (new)
  • Molesey
  • Westfield

Suburban League South Division

  • Chatham Town (new)
  • Croydon (new)
  • Dorking Wanderers (new)
  • Erith Town
  • Erith & Belvedere (new)
  • Horley Town
  • Lingfield
  • Redhill
  • SC Thamesmead (new)
  • Sutton United
  • Tunbridge Wells

Main image: Binfield Reserves Mo Davies by James Green.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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