Southern Region Women’s Football League 2016/17 constitution confirmed

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Bracknell Town Ladies’s travel arrangements in the Southern Region Women’s Premier League will be significantly reduced for the 2016/17 season after it was confirmed the division will reduce from 12 to nine teams.

The Robins will face two trips to the south-coast to face Southampton Women and Team Solent while there is plenty of scope for local rivalry with Newbury and Marlow both in the division for manager Sean Haynes (pictured above) to get to grips with.

The Southern Region League has added a second first division – Division 1 South after operating with just a single second division since 2012.

Ascot United Ladies are in that Southern Division 1  along with Fleet Town, while Woodley United are in the Northern Division.

Southern Region Women’s League Premier Division

Bracknell Town
Chesham United
Marlow
Milton Keynes City
Newbury
Oxford City
Southampton Women’s
Team Solent
Winchester City Flyers

Southern Region Women’s League Division 1 North

Banbury United
Maidenhead United Youth
Oxford City Nomads
Tower Hill
Wargrave Ladies
Woodley United
Wycombe Wanderers

Southern Region Women’s League Division 1 South

Alton
Andover New Street
Ascot United
Barton Rovers
Fleet Town
New Milton Town
Winchester City Flyers Res

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