Stourbridge to stay in Southern Premier League

First published in Sport

STOURBRIDGE will stay in the Southern Premier League next season.

The Glassboys, who again suffered play-off heartache this campaign, will be joined by neighbours Halesowen Town for the 2014/15 season.

Although a move to the Northern Premier League had looked a possibility for the Amblecote outfit, in the end it is The Yeltz who make the sideways move after their promotion as champions of the Northern Premier League Diviswion One South, whilst Corby Town will ply their trade in the north in exchange.

Other newcomers will be Dorchester Town and Histon, who were both relegated from the Conference regional divisions, Cirencester Town, Paulton Rovers, Dunstable Town and Slough Town.

Meanwhile, leaving the division as expected are promoted Hemel Hempstead Town and St Albans City and relegated Bedford Town, Bashley and AFC Totton.

The 2014/15 season kicks off on Saturday, August 9.


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