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Allied Counties Youth League releases 2019/20 constitution

League constitution bolstered by new teams including a return for Wokingham & Emmbrook

Allied Counties Youth League releases 2019/20 constitution

The Allied Counties Youth League competition has revealed it’s 2019/20 constitution will continue without a Premier Division and run across four regional divisions.

It was a big change last season as the league adjusted to run four level division’s instead of a promotion and relegation system and saw all four division winners face off in an end of season knockout competition.

Hanworth Villa pipped Maidenhead United to the Central Division title and went on to win the overall ACYL competition beating Didcot Town 2-0 in the semi final and Camberley Town 7-0 in the final.

This coming season Hanworth have been moved to the East Division while Didcot Town are joined by new entries from Wokingham & Emmbrook and Basingstoke Town.

The Sumas return to the league for the first time since the 2013/14 season having secured a floodlit future at Lowther Road – the team will be run by Nick Bovingdon.

Allied Counties Youth League Central Division

Ascot United
Basingstoke Town
Binfield
Bracknell Town
Clanfield (85)
Didcot Town
Maidenhead United
Thatcham Town
Windsor
Wokingham & Emmbrook

Allied Counties Youth League North Division

Abingdon United
AFC Hayes
Buckingham Athletic
Burnham
Chalfont St Peter
Flackwell Heath
Holmer Green
Thame United
Winslow United

Allied Counties Youth League East Division

Abbey Rangers
CB Hounslow United
Hanwell Town
Hanworth Villa
Harefield United
Knaphill
North Greenford United
Virginia Water
Walton & Hersham
Wembley
Westfield

Allied Counties Youth League South Division

Alton
Ash United
Badshot Lea
Camberley Town
Cove
Farnham Town
Fleet Spurs
Fleet Town
Guildford City
Hartley Wintney

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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