CHIPPENHAM SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR PREVIEW: Newcomers bid to put down early marker (From The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald)
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CHIPPENHAM SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR PREVIEW: Newcomers bid to put down early marker
2:00pm Friday 30th August 2013 in News
The league welcomes seven new sides to Division Four and all bar Corsham Centre Youth are scheduled to be in action on the opening day.
Newcomers Melksham Forest Community Centre go head to head will fellow new boys Cross Keys Rowde at Awdry Avenue. The former have a number of players with league experience which may just give them the edge over a Rowde side, who are starting from scratch.
Two more of the new sides, Bath Road FC and The Mallard FC meet in their opener, while at Northbrook, Market Lavington, relegated Cavalier will host Oakhill, who have had an excellent pre-season.
Miller Sports B will kick off their league adventure by hosting relegated Bremhill View Boys, who have brought in Chris Edes to help turn around their fortunes.
Trowbridge Rangers got off to a winning start this time last term, but then the wheels spectacularly fell off and they tumbled down the standings.
Michael Goddard’s side welcome White Horse B to the Stallards.
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