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2015/16 proposed constitution unveiled

22nd May, 2015

The proposed constitution of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division and Division One for the 2015/16 season has been announced.

Both divisions will operate with 22 teams with, in the Premier Division, Brigg Town and Rainworth Miners Welfare coming down from the Evo-Stik League and champions Shaw Lane Aquaforce going in the opposite direction.

Clipstone and Pontefract Collieries are promoted from Division One and, with Heanor Town moving laterally to the Midland League, Retford United are reprieved despite finishing in a relegation spot.

Glasshoughton Welfare are the only side then to drop into Division One whilst Hull United and Westella VIP come into the league from the Humber Premier League and Central Midlands League, respectively.

Next-to-bottom Lincoln Moorlands Railway remain in the NCEL but Grimsby Borough are relegated to Step 7.

PREMIER DIVISION
1. Albion Sports
2. Armthorpe Welfare
3. Athersley Recreation
4. Barton Town Old Boys
5. Bridlington Town
6. Brigg Town (relegated from Evo-Stik League)
7. Cleethorpes Town
8. Clipstone (promoted from Division One)
9. Garforth Town
10. Handsworth Parramore
11. Liversedge
12. Maltby Main
13. Nostell Miners Welfare
14. Parkgate
15. Pickering Town
16. Pontefract Collieries (promoted from Division One)
17. Rainworth Miners Welfare (relegated from Evo-Stik League)
18. Retford United
19. Staveley Miners Welfare
20. Tadcaster Albion
21. Thackley
22. Worksop Town

DIVISION ONE
1. AFC Emley
2. AFC Mansfield
3. Bottesford Town
4. Dronfield Town
5. Eccleshill United
6. Glasshoughton Welfare (relegated from Premier Division)
7. Hall Road Rangers
8. Hallam
9. Hemsworth Miners Welfare
10. Hull United (promoted from Humber Premier League)
11. Knaresborough Town
12. Lincoln Moorlands Railway
13. Louth Town
14. Penistone Church
15. Rossington Main
16. Selby Town
17. Shirebrook Town
18. Teversal
19. Westella VIP (promoted from Central Midlands League)
20. Winterton Rangers
21. Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
22. Yorkshire Amateur

Teams that have left the NCEL: Shaw Lane Aquaforce (Evo-Stik League), Heanor Town (Midland League), Grimsby Borough.

The constitution will be ratified at the league's AGM which takes place on Saturday 20th June, 2015.

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NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P Shaw Lane Aquaforce 40 94 97
2 Worksop Town 40 90 88
3 Tadcaster Albion 40 86 66
4 Cleethorpes Town 40 84 56
5 Barton Town Old Boys 40 76 35
6 Heanor Town 40 74 49
7 Handsworth Parramore 40 74 45
8 Bridlington Town 40 71 26
9 Staveley Miners Welfare 40 66 11
10 Albion Sports 40 59 24
11 Pickering Town 40 59 -3
12 Thackley 40 49 -19
13 Athersley Recreation 40 47 -16
14 Garforth Town 40 44 -9
15 Nostell Miners Welfare 40 38 -30
16 Parkgate 40 38 -33
17 Armthorpe Welfare 40 37 -56
18 Liversedge 40 34 -47
19 Maltby Main (-3) 40 33 -54
20 Retford United 40 21 -100
R Glasshoughton Welfare 40 18 -130
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P Clipstone 42 93 55
P Pontefract Collieries 42 91 70
3 Hemsworth Miners Welfare 42 88 48
4 Shirebrook Town 42 84 57
5 AFC Emley 42 84 54
6 Louth Town 42 83 46
7 AFC Mansfield 42 82 55
8 Bottesford Town 42 76 31
9 Penistone Church 42 67 11
10 Yorkshire Amateur 42 66 6
11 Selby Town 42 61 -1
12 Knaresborough Town 42 55 7
13 Eccleshill United 42 53 9
14 Hallam 42 52 -7
15 Rossington Main 42 45 -5
16 Worsbrough Bridge Athletic 42 44 -24
17 Hall Road Rangers 42 43 -43
18 Winterton Rangers 42 36 -48
19 Dronfield Town 42 35 -38
20 Teversal 42 31 -62
21 Lincoln Moorlands Railway 42 24 -113
22 Grimsby Borough 42 18 -108

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