FOOTBALL: League’s format for new campaign

At Spalding Sunday League's presentation event are: Back (from left) - John Mowatt (Referee of the Year), Martyn Fox (Punchbowl), league officers John Meadows and Jonathan Amess, Andy Murray (Club Assistant Referee of the Year), Nigel Earth (Club Secretary of the Year), Barry Barne (league officer); front - league chairman Peter Maltby, Spalding area Lincolnshire FA delegate Peter Camm, Paul Sellars (collecting Division Two Club Secretary of the Year award of Richard Thorold) and Ashley Godfrey (Division Two joint leading scorer). Photo: SG080611-790MD
At Spalding Sunday League's presentation event are: Back (from left) - John Mowatt (Referee of the Year), Martyn Fox (Punchbowl), league officers John Meadows and Jonathan Amess, Andy Murray (Club Assistant Referee of the Year), Nigel Earth (Club Secretary of the Year), Barry Barne (league officer); front - league chairman Peter Maltby, Spalding area Lincolnshire FA delegate Peter Camm, Paul Sellars (collecting Division Two Club Secretary of the Year award of Richard Thorold) and Ashley Godfrey (Division Two joint leading scorer). Photo: SG080611-790MD
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SPALDING Sunday League has formulated its two divisions for next season.

Division One includes promoted Long Sutton Sunday and Punchbowl, who replace relegated Murrow Bell and Hole In The Wall (formerly Station Gates).

Clubs who have not reapplied are Inter Fenway and New Saracen’s Head.

The season starts on September 11. There were no changes among the league’s officers.

Division One - Aintree, FC Revolution (was Britannia Revolution), Cowbit, Harchester United, Long Sutton Sunday (promoted), Magnet Tavern, Punchbowl (promoted).

Division Two - Fenway, Gosberton, Hole In The Wall (formerly relegated Station Gates), Jubilee, Lutton, Murrow Bell (relegated), Sutton St James.

• Awards for last season were presented at the AGM.

Club Secretary of the Year: Division One (and overall winner) - Nigel Earth (Cowbit). Division Two - Richard Thorold (Fenway). Club Assistant Referee of the Year - Andy Murray (Fenway). Fair Play Award - Punchbowl. Referee Of The Year - John Mowatt. Division One highest goalscorer - Mark Lovelace (Magnet Tavern) 31. Division Two highest goalscorer - Jake Clitheroe (Long Sutton); Ashley Godfrey (Sutton St James); Joe Harrison (Long Sutton) all tied on 12.