Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League constitution confirmed

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Men's First Team in preseason action against Slough Town Photo: NG Sports Photography

Ascot United Men’s First Team will once again ply their trade in the Premier Division North of the Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League for the 2022/23. We say farewell to Hanworth Villa and Southall as they gained promotion, whilst welcoming a number of new sides including London Lions, Hilltop and newly renamed Wallingford & Crowmarsh from Division One. Broadfields United, Chalfont St. Peter, Flackwell Heath, Harefield United and Oxtey Jets will also join the division. Fixtures will commence on Saturday 13th of August in the Premier Division.

Related: 2022/23 season tickets are now available to purchase

The constitution is as follows:

Ascot United
Broadfields United
Burnham
Chalfont St. Peter
Edgware & Kingsbury
Egham Town
Flackwell Heath
Harefield United
Hilltop
Holyport
North Greenford United
Oxhey Jets
Reading City
Spelthorne Sports
London Lions
Virginia Water
Wallingford & Crowmarsh
Wembley
Windsor
Wokingham & Emmbrook

Abbey Rangers and Tadley Calleva move to Premier Division South whilst CB Hounslow move to Division One within the league. St Panteleimon exits the league altogether to join the Premier Division of the Spartan South Midlands League.

Related: Ascot United in FA Cup and FA Vase Action

We look forward to welcoming both new and familiar faces to the Racecourse Ground in the upcoming 2022/23 season.

Up the Yellas!

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