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South West League constitution
 Women's Football News 22 Jun 2007
Four new teams have joined the South West Women's League for the 2007-08 season.
The Premier Division will consist of ten clubs and with ground grading for that division becoming mandatory, all had to satisfy the league's management committee that they could meet the new standard. This was not without some clubs having to do work and spend money to improve their facilities. Poole Town and University of Exeter will play in the Premier Division next season.
With new clubs Barnstaple Town, Keynsham Town Development, Stoke Lane Athletic and Truro City all being promoted from county leagues, Division One (North) will consist of ten clubs and Division One (South) six. Clubs in the south will play each other three times.
There will be two new names in the league for next season. Bath City will change theirs to Larkhall Athletic and Holway Utd will become known as Taunton Town, to reflect where they play their home matches.
Cheltenham Town Bradford Town Alphington
Cullompton Rangers Bristol Academy A Barnstaple Town
Gloucester City Chippenham Town Newquay Res
Larkhall Athletic Cirencester Town Plymouth Argyle Res
Penzance Downend Flyers Taunton Town
Poole Town Keynsham Town Development Truro City
Swindon Spitfires Keynsham Town Res
Team Bath Stoke Lane Athletic
University of Bristol Swindon Spitfires Res
University of Exeter Swindon Town Res

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