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  1. Steve Carpenter

    ECPL ROLL ON ROLL OFF SUBS

    Repeat substitutions has worked well both in local leagues and leagues nationally. From next season it will be permitted in all leagues at Step 7 and below.
  2. Correct for recreational leagues (Combo/ECPL/Trelawny/Duchy). Incorrect for leagues in the NLS.
  3. A couple of key points from memory as I don't have my meeting notes with me. This is the final part of the process of restructuring of the NLS. Extra leagues have been created in other steps to give a true pyramid and there has been some regional reorganisation. Promotion from the Cornwall Step 6 division to Step 5 will not be mandatory but it will be, subject to ground grading of course, from the Devon division. This is a concesson from the FA due to travel/distance. Reserve sides of Step 6 sides will be allowed to compete in the Step 7 League. These are the only steps in the NLS where no 2(?) step gap is mandated. Those clubs who do not meet the ground grading for Step 7 will be allowed to join and will have 3 years to get their grounds up to standard. 70% grants are available to complete the works required. The CCFA are currently in the process of forming a committee to run the Step 7 league.
  4. Correct stevieb. Max 20 teams, plus Illogan First team = 21, less Illogan Reserves = 20, plus Wendron Reserves & Lizard promoted = 22 less whoever finishes in the bottom 2 to give 20.
  5. Thats what the Rules say Fish. Details are on the Peninsula part of the forum under the Illogan withdraw heading.
  6. Steve Carpenter

    Trelawny League Saturday 12th May

    This is catered for in the Trelawny Rules (12a(ii)) as follows: '.......In the event that two or more teams have the same goal difference and have scored the same number of goals then the highest placed team shall be the team which has won the most matches not including ‘walk-overs’. A similar tweak to the Combination Rules would make life much simpler for your FT administrator. All covered by the various FA and League Rules Dave. 1. Combination Rules allow for a maximum of 20 teams. 2. Combination (Annex B and Trelawny (12e) Rules cover promotion/relegation and mirror each other. In simple terms this would mean 2 up 2 down subject to the number of applications and the criteria being met. I understand that Wendron and Lizard have applied but I'm unaware of whether Lizard have met the ground grading requirements or not. I assume that they have which would mean that having finished 3rd they and Wendron would be promoted. 3. Combination (and Trelawny) Rules do not allow 2 teams of the same Club in the same division and FA Rules are clear in that if a team is relegated into a division/league where its reserve team competes then that reserve team shall be relegated. 4. Trelawny Rules (12b) allows for the Premier Division to have an additional team (i.e. comprise 15 teams) due to relegation due to feeder league system rules. Roll all of this together and you end up with Illogan Firsts, Wendron & Lizard in the Combination and Illogan Reserves plus whoever ends up in the bottom 2 of the Combination in Trelawny Prem. This would give a Combination of 20 teams and a Trelawny Prem of 15.
  7. Steve Carpenter

    ILLOGAN concede and going down!

    Correct - see above.
  8. Steve Carpenter

    ILLOGAN concede and going down!

    Should all be quite straightforward Neil. In simple terms: 1. Combination Rules allow for a maximum of 20 teams. 2. Combination (Annex and Trelawny (12e) Rules cover promotion/relegation and mirror each other. In simple terms this would mean 2 up 2 down subject to the number of applications and the criteria being met. I understand that Wendron and Lizard have applied but I'm unaware of whether Lizard have met the ground grading requirements or not. I assume that they have which would mean that having finished 3rd they and Wendron would be promoted. 3. Combination (and Trelawny) Rules do not allow 2 teams of the same Club in the same division. 4. Trelawny Rules (12b) allows for the Premier Division to have an additional team (i.e. comprise 15 teams) due to relegation due to feeder league system rules. Roll all of this together and you end up with Illogan Firsts, Wendron & Lizard in the Combination and Illogan Reserves plus whoever ends up in the bottom 2 of the Combination in Trelawny Prem. This would give a Combination of 20 teams and a Trelawny Prem of 15. At least that's as I understand it - just getting back in the swing.😊
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