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I'm not too well up on the St Piran League but it appears to be a beacon of calmness and stability compared to the Devon League which was set up at the same time.

The Devon League was always designed to be split into two sections: North and East; South and West. There wouldn't be a fixed boundary line; that would depend on who applied and where they were on the map. Plot the thirty-two clubs and draw a line to create two lots of sixteen. If more clubs applied from one part of the county the line would move one way. If not, it would go in the other direction.

As a long-standing observer of South Devon football I was surprised how many clubs applied from in and around Torquay and Paignton. There were fewer from North and East Devon than I expected; Plymouth was pretty much as anticipated given the nature of the clubs in the local league at the time.

The upshot was the boundary line ended up closer to the River Teign than may have been expected. I also suspect there was a shortage of players from around Torbay to sustain all the clubs in that area remembering just how many players (as with Exeter and Plymouth) travel out-of-area to play Peninsula, Southern and Western League football.

The two Covid-restricted seasons saw a number of comings and goings. This season has been worse. What was meant to be two divisions of sixteen is now, should Clyst Valley withdraw rather than concede their remaining fixtures, two divisions of eleven. There's been a particular issue with South Devon clubs.

More optimistically there's a decent number of applications for next season mainly from smaller towns and villages as opposed to larger towns and suburbs. There's also a good sprinkling from the North and East. Whether some of the clubs who have pulled out return next year remains to be seen. At the moment it looks like the league will have to take practically all the applicants, and a few more too, if it is to return to strength.

You wonder about the pool of Devon clubs that will be available to the Peninsula League in future. Teignmouth look the most plausible and, unless something isn't right wirh their application, they should be at step 6 next season. Topsham Town may eventually be viable; Feniton are making the right noises too. Beyond these clubs, I really don't know. There are 3Gs in Exeter, Paignton and Newton Abbot which could offer up chances to a "dark horse" (but are the clubs really there?); Exeter University (rather a law unto itself) may also be a possibility one day.

This could have a knock-on effect on Cornwall. Peninsula West (when full) is theoretically the first twenty clubs from Land's End upwards; Peninsula East the next twenty. A shortage of prospective Devon clubs at step 6 may push the west/east boundary into Devon. It may also pull in clubs from Dorset and Somerset into Peninsula East. That's not so bad if it's Bridport or Bishop's Lydeard; quite a different matter if spaces on the map (which, in theory, is all that is needed) pull in the likes of Sherborne or Wincanton. Of course the thing that would keep the east/west divide to the west would be, aside from clubs being relegated from the Western, a goodly number of St Piran clubs stepping upwards. Cornwall probably has around the same number of "potentials" in this respect as Devon if not more.

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This is probably the same across the country.   I think eventually the NLS will be like the football league was years ago, with the main movement being between the divisions and leagues and very few clubs actually leaving or joining the NLS.  Viable is the key word for any club and that's what will determine new applications. 

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20 hours ago, Easterfield said:

I'm not too well up on the St Piran League but it appears to be a beacon of calmness and stability compared to the Devon League which was set up at the same time.

The Devon League was always designed to be split into two sections: North and East; South and West. There wouldn't be a fixed boundary line; that would depend on who applied and where they were on the map. Plot the thirty-two clubs and draw a line to create two lots of sixteen. If more clubs applied from one part of the county the line would move one way. If not, it would go in the other direction.

As a long-standing observer of South Devon football I was surprised how many clubs applied from in and around Torquay and Paignton. There were fewer from North and East Devon than I expected; Plymouth was pretty much as anticipated given the nature of the clubs in the local league at the time.

The upshot was the boundary line ended up closer to the River Teign than may have been expected. I also suspect there was a shortage of players from around Torbay to sustain all the clubs in that area remembering just how many players (as with Exeter and Plymouth) travel out-of-area to play Peninsula, Southern and Western League football.

The two Covid-restricted seasons saw a number of comings and goings. This season has been worse. What was meant to be two divisions of sixteen is now, should Clyst Valley withdraw rather than concede their remaining fixtures, two divisions of eleven. There's been a particular issue with South Devon clubs.

More optimistically there's a decent number of applications for next season mainly from smaller towns and villages as opposed to larger towns and suburbs. There's also a good sprinkling from the North and East. Whether some of the clubs who have pulled out return next year remains to be seen. At the moment it looks like the league will have to take practically all the applicants, and a few more too, if it is to return to strength.

You wonder about the pool of Devon clubs that will be available to the Peninsula League in future. Teignmouth look the most plausible and, unless something isn't right wirh their application, they should be at step 6 next season. Topsham Town may eventually be viable; Feniton are making the right noises too. Beyond these clubs, I really don't know. There are 3Gs in Exeter, Paignton and Newton Abbot which could offer up chances to a "dark horse" (but are the clubs really there?); Exeter University (rather a law unto itself) may also be a possibility one day.

This could have a knock-on effect on Cornwall. Peninsula West (when full) is theoretically the first twenty clubs from Land's End upwards; Peninsula East the next twenty. A shortage of prospective Devon clubs at step 6 may push the west/east boundary into Devon. It may also pull in clubs from Dorset and Somerset into Peninsula East. That's not so bad if it's Bridport or Bishop's Lydeard; quite a different matter if spaces on the map (which, in theory, is all that is needed) pull in the likes of Sherborne or Wincanton. Of course the thing that would keep the east/west divide to the west would be, aside from clubs being relegated from the Western, a goodly number of St Piran clubs stepping upwards. Cornwall probably has around the same number of "potentials" in this respect as Devon if not more.

Really good post, interesting to read about the Devon Step 7 league and its state of health and the potential ramifications for how the Peninsula East and West may be constituted in the future. 

On a separate note, how would you assess the current strengths of the Devon & Exeter and South Devon League? Are they, much as the Plymouth & District Combination ( a merger between the old P&D and Plymouth Combo leagues), shadows of their former selves and in seemingly terminal decline?

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I'm sure Town Fan is right. After so much expansion it's probably a case of "job (almost) done" at the foot of the National League System. With forty-eighy leagues in the system that's nearly a thousand clubs. You wonder who else is left to come in. Somebody has posted all the latest  applicants on Non League Matters. In one or two parts of the country there are (what you might be tempted to call) "proper sounding" applicants; elsewhere rather less so. 

Thank you for the interest, Way of the Park. Like you say the Plymouth league appears to be in a sorry state with divisions of just eight or nine clubs. Sunday football is just as big a thing in the city these days. 

Although it's lost its fair share of clubs upwards over the years the Devon and Exeter still boasts plenty of clubs and divisions making it one of the larger leagues of its type. It strikes me as being at its strongest and most stable in the smaller towns and villages; not many higher-placed teams and a higher turnover of clubs within the city itself. Maybe that's a feature of town and city football these days. I really like the look of the Premier division; it was noticeable that a number of clubs stuck with the D&E rather than joining the new Devon League. That's now changing with the likes of Beer, Lapford and Thorverton applying for the Devon. What is good for one league isn't so good for the other of course.

The South Devon has shrunk and shrunk but recently stabilised. There aren't too many clubs you'd now expect to step up; all the likely ones have pretty much done so. 

But, all in all,  the South Devon has to be in a far better place than the Plymouth and West Devon and still provides a decent amount of football on a Saturday afternoon. Indeed, sat-on-the-outside-looking-in, I wonder if over the course of this season, half-a-dozen clubs and a few dozen players have come to the conclusion they're better off in the South Devon rather than the Devon. 11th, 12th or 13th tier. I'm not sure I it really makes much difference in some cases.
 
Some Devon grounds, and a few Cornish, for you at flickr.com/photos/easterfieldlane

 
 
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Hedgerow: "Windmill have re-applied to join the Devon League, but they will not be using the facilities at Bull Point, same reasons as Millbay Park.  They need to finish as high as possible in the SDFL to stand any chance of joining the Devon League."

At the start of February the Devon League announced 2022/23 appicants as:

North Devon: Appledore, Barnstaple Town Reserves, Boca Seniors, Fremington
South Devon; Brixham AFC Reserves, Buckfastleigh Rangers, Windmill
Devon & Exeter: Beer Albion, Lapford, Thorverton
Plymouth & West Devon: D&C Autos

No news published since as far as I can see. In Windmill's league the title is between Buckfastleigh and Brixham with Windmill currently fifth.  

The big issue is that, instead of two divisions of sixteeen, the current leagues tables have shrunk to eleven in the South & West section and twelve in the North & East (with Alphington ceding recent fixtures but still scheduled to play again). Teignmouth will probably need to win their final game to win S&W; Exeter University have already won N&E.

What happens next? Will some of the clubs which dropped out during the season reappear next year? Will there be other resignations? Could the whole thing be "reset"?

Big thing for me is that there's greater interest from North Devon and that some of the East Devon clubs, who were expected to have been interested in the first place, are now making enquiries. I suspect that, purely from my own spectating prespective, that the N&E could be the "better" one to follow. Also the case that Feniton and Topsham from that area are expressing interest in the Peninsula. Maybe too a a relatively strong football force may eventually emerge from the Cranbrook "new town" near Exeter airport.

        

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1 hour ago, Easterfield said:

Hedgerow: "Windmill have re-applied to join the Devon League, but they will not be using the facilities at Bull Point, same reasons as Millbay Park.  They need to finish as high as possible in the SDFL to stand any chance of joining the Devon League."

At the start of February the Devon League announced 2022/23 appicants as:

North Devon: Appledore, Barnstaple Town Reserves, Boca Seniors, Fremington
South Devon; Brixham AFC Reserves, Buckfastleigh Rangers, Windmill
Devon & Exeter: Beer Albion, Lapford, Thorverton
Plymouth & West Devon: D&C Autos

No news published since as far as I can see. In Windmill's league the title is between Buckfastleigh and Brixham with Windmill currently fifth.  

The big issue is that, instead of two divisions of sixteeen, the current leagues tables have shrunk to eleven in the South & West section and twelve in the North & East (with Alphington ceding recent fixtures but still scheduled to play again). Teignmouth will probably need to win their final game to win S&W; Exeter University have already won N&E.

What happens next? Will some of the clubs which dropped out during the season reappear next year? Will there be other resignations? Could the whole thing be "reset"?

Big thing for me is that there's greater interest from North Devon and that some of the East Devon clubs, who were expected to have been interested in the first place, are now making enquiries. I suspect that, purely from my own spectating prespective, that the N&E could be the "better" one to follow. Also the case that Feniton and Topsham from that area are expressing interest in the Peninsula. Maybe too a a relatively strong football force may eventually emerge from the Cranbrook "new town" near Exeter airport.

        

Heard one or two whispers that Plymouth Parkway are looking at the possibility of running a reserve/development side. Guess they would initially slot into the step 7 Devon League.

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1 hour ago, Way Of The Park said:

Heard one or two whispers that Plymouth Parkway are looking at the possibility of running a reserve/development side. Guess they would initially slot into the step 7 Devon League.

Not sure how much flexibility there might be about late applications but, with the Devon League's possible predicament, additional applicants - to fill outstanding vacancies - could yet be most welcome this year.    

Applications, as above, from Barnstaple and Brixham reserves. Buckland, Exmouth and Newton Abbot Spurs are there aleady and - from memeory - Bovey and Tavistock have fallen by the wayside.

If Parkway's firsts get promotion could that open up the later possibility of a Parkway development team in the Peninsula? (helped, of course, by Truro vacating Bolitho). Tiverton briefly fielded a Peninsula team although I don't think they now have anything above under-18 level. I guess it's theoretically possible that one day there could be be a Taunton Town development team in the Peninsula.

Generally speaking, I've long thought that reserve team football is treated more significantly in Cornwall than it is in Devon. Not sure how much how I'm seeing that as an observer (but not participant) in Devon or as someone who grew up with a Football League supporter's  perception of reserve football. 

  

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46 minutes ago, Easterfield said:

Not sure how much flexibility there might be about late applications but, with the Devon League's possible predicament, additional applicants - to fill outstanding vacancies - could yet be most welcome this year.    

Applications, as above, from Barnstaple and Brixham reserves. Buckland, Exmouth and Newton Abbot Spurs are there aleady and - from memeory - Bovey and Tavistock have fallen by the wayside.

If Parkway's firsts get promotion could that open up the later possibility of a Parkway development team in the Peninsula? (helped, of course, by Truro vacating Bolitho). Tiverton briefly fielded a Peninsula team although I don't think they now have anything above under-18 level. I guess it's theoretically possible that one day there could be be a Taunton Town development team in the Peninsula.

Generally speaking, I've long thought that reserve team football is treated more significantly in Cornwall than it is in Devon. Not sure how much how I'm seeing that as an observer (but not participant) in Devon or as someone who grew up with a Football League supporter's  perception of reserve football. 

  

Parkway have a very strong bunch of under 18's this season who have won their age group league in the DJM, and didn't disgrace themselves when they were fielded en masse against Tiverton in the St Lukes Bowl (at one stage Parkway's entire back 4 in that game had an average age of 17), so I think the motivation is to try and keep the group together while offering them more competitive men's football. Believe Matt Cusack in particular is very keen on building a pathway to bring young players through at Bolitho with several offspring of current/past players in the set up, including Marley Krac, (son of Shane,)who is impressing in the under 16's.

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On 16/02/2022 at 16:42, Easterfield said:

I'm not too well up on the St Piran League but it appears to be a beacon of calmness and stability compared to the Devon League which was set up at the same time.

The Devon League was always designed to be split into two sections: North and East; South and West. There wouldn't be a fixed boundary line; that would depend on who applied and where they were on the map. Plot the thirty-two clubs and draw a line to create two lots of sixteen. If more clubs applied from one part of the county the line would move one way. If not, it would go in the other direction.

As a long-standing observer of South Devon football I was surprised how many clubs applied from in and around Torquay and Paignton. There were fewer from North and East Devon than I expected; Plymouth was pretty much as anticipated given the nature of the clubs in the local league at the time.

The upshot was the boundary line ended up closer to the River Teign than may have been expected. I also suspect there was a shortage of players from around Torbay to sustain all the clubs in that area remembering just how many players (as with Exeter and Plymouth) travel out-of-area to play Peninsula, Southern and Western League football.

The two Covid-restricted seasons saw a number of comings and goings. This season has been worse. What was meant to be two divisions of sixteen is now, should Clyst Valley withdraw rather than concede their remaining fixtures, two divisions of eleven. There's been a particular issue with South Devon clubs.

More optimistically there's a decent number of applications for next season mainly from smaller towns and villages as opposed to larger towns and suburbs. There's also a good sprinkling from the North and East. Whether some of the clubs who have pulled out return next year remains to be seen. At the moment it looks like the league will have to take practically all the applicants, and a few more too, if it is to return to strength.

You wonder about the pool of Devon clubs that will be available to the Peninsula League in future. Teignmouth look the most plausible and, unless something isn't right wirh their application, they should be at step 6 next season. Topsham Town may eventually be viable; Feniton are making the right noises too. Beyond these clubs, I really don't know. There are 3Gs in Exeter, Paignton and Newton Abbot which could offer up chances to a "dark horse" (but are the clubs really there?); Exeter University (rather a law unto itself) may also be a possibility one day.

This could have a knock-on effect on Cornwall. Peninsula West (when full) is theoretically the first twenty clubs from Land's End upwards; Peninsula East the next twenty. A shortage of prospective Devon clubs at step 6 may push the west/east boundary into Devon. It may also pull in clubs from Dorset and Somerset into Peninsula East. That's not so bad if it's Bridport or Bishop's Lydeard; quite a different matter if spaces on the map (which, in theory, is all that is needed) pull in the likes of Sherborne or Wincanton. Of course the thing that would keep the east/west divide to the west would be, aside from clubs being relegated from the Western, a goodly number of St Piran clubs stepping upwards. Cornwall probably has around the same number of "potentials" in this respect as Devon if not more.

A very good post. Not sure if you have looked at the Devon League Site they are asking for applicants for League Secretary and Treasurer. Both standing down at the end of the season. 

On 16/02/2022 at 16:42, Easterfield said:

I'm not too well up on the St Piran League but it appears to be a beacon of calmness and stability compared to the Devon League which was set up at the same time.

The Devon League was always designed to be split into two sections: North and East; South and West. There wouldn't be a fixed boundary line; that would depend on who applied and where they were on the map. Plot the thirty-two clubs and draw a line to create two lots of sixteen. If more clubs applied from one part of the county the line would move one way. If not, it would go in the other direction.

As a long-standing observer of South Devon football I was surprised how many clubs applied from in and around Torquay and Paignton. There were fewer from North and East Devon than I expected; Plymouth was pretty much as anticipated given the nature of the clubs in the local league at the time.

The upshot was the boundary line ended up closer to the River Teign than may have been expected. I also suspect there was a shortage of players from around Torbay to sustain all the clubs in that area remembering just how many players (as with Exeter and Plymouth) travel out-of-area to play Peninsula, Southern and Western League football.

The two Covid-restricted seasons saw a number of comings and goings. This season has been worse. What was meant to be two divisions of sixteen is now, should Clyst Valley withdraw rather than concede their remaining fixtures, two divisions of eleven. There's been a particular issue with South Devon clubs.

More optimistically there's a decent number of applications for next season mainly from smaller towns and villages as opposed to larger towns and suburbs. There's also a good sprinkling from the North and East. Whether some of the clubs who have pulled out return next year remains to be seen. At the moment it looks like the league will have to take practically all the applicants, and a few more too, if it is to return to strength.

You wonder about the pool of Devon clubs that will be available to the Peninsula League in future. Teignmouth look the most plausible and, unless something isn't right wirh their application, they should be at step 6 next season. Topsham Town may eventually be viable; Feniton are making the right noises too. Beyond these clubs, I really don't know. There are 3Gs in Exeter, Paignton and Newton Abbot which could offer up chances to a "dark horse" (but are the clubs really there?); Exeter University (rather a law unto itself) may also be a possibility one day.

This could have a knock-on effect on Cornwall. Peninsula West (when full) is theoretically the first twenty clubs from Land's End upwards; Peninsula East the next twenty. A shortage of prospective Devon clubs at step 6 may push the west/east boundary into Devon. It may also pull in clubs from Dorset and Somerset into Peninsula East. That's not so bad if it's Bridport or Bishop's Lydeard; quite a different matter if spaces on the map (which, in theory, is all that is needed) pull in the likes of Sherborne or Wincanton. Of course the thing that would keep the east/west divide to the west would be, aside from clubs being relegated from the Western, a goodly number of St Piran clubs stepping upwards. Cornwall probably has around the same number of "potentials" in this respect as Devon if not more.

A very good post. Not sure if you have looked at the Devon League Site they are asking for applicants for League Secretary and Treasurer. Both standing down at the end of the season. 

Very interesting regarding Plymouth Parkway possibly having a reserve side. Will be following that with interest 

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1 hour ago, hedgerow said:

Not sure if you have looked at the Devon League Site they are asking for applicants for League Secretary and Treasurer. Both standing down at the end of the season. 

Thank you for the comment; happy to develop other Devon themes when there's an interest.

Must have been a pretty tough job for both of them with two interrupted seasons and lots of teams dropping out. 

Purely as follower of local football, I never heard any suggestion of a step 7 restructure before it was announced for 2019. Not sure if this was me being off the pace although I now see it was all to do with what was happening at the levels above. 

At the time I'd always assumed Peninsula E and W was working well. The only hint of anything in Devon was a report a few years previously that the Devon & Exeter League was considering making a bid for step 7 status. At the time that was interpreted as in competitition to the Peninsula which made no sense at all.   

Mind you, the D&E's rule book still states that "the geographical area covered by the Competition membership shall be within Devon or a 50 miles radius of Exeter (St James Park)". Isn't that marvellous? St James Park rather than the cathedral. 

Perhaps the restructure could have been achieved through the D&E and, say, the South Devon rather than establish a split county league. I don't know the ins and outs - who wanted what or not; what was workable - and I guess it's like saying the obvious path in Cornwall would have been for the Combination and East Cornwall to do the job rather than set up the St Piran. All water under the bridge now.       

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D&E rattled a few cages by suggesting a break away league, hence the recent reorganising. 
Right across Devon and Cornwall it decimated the local leagues. ECPL lost all the SWPL reserve teams. A lot of the teams that went up could not cope with extra financial costs hence why they withdrew and went back to their previous leagues. 
 

yes it’s water under the bridge, but it has left a bad taste with some leagues. 
On a positive note it is good to see Cornish and Devon clubs make the move up the pyramid system

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St.pirans league are very lucky to have a very good committee. Think the concenses in the West is that the Combination and Trelawney leagues should amalgamate to make one league to make the promotion path clearer.

At present I presume there is nothing stopping a Trelawney side applying for St.pirans and missing the Combination league altogether.

The forming of St. Pirans was basically the best of the Combination league, which decimated that league. Can understand why the league wants to keep going because of the decades of history but that was the same for the old junior leagues when they joined together to form the Trelawney league which took a lot of discussions.

 

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Exeter University (N&E champions) beat Teignmouth (S&W champions) on penalties in the final of the Devon League Cup on Saturday.

And, with teams dropping out of the league, there's an additional cup competition to provide extra fixtures in April and May. Semi-finals: Topsham v Exeter University; Teignmouth v Mount Gould.

There's a pattern developing here. Apparently, should Exeter University wish to progress to step 6 - either using their own ground or, possibly, that of Topsham the other side of the motorway - they'd need the backing of the university's Athletic Union. The AU has a select list of "performance sports" that does not include football.  

Still in Devon and Bideford (with Stuart Bowker coming on as a late substitute) have beaten Exeter City on penalties in the final of the Devon St Luke's Challenge Cup (or Bowl as the old hands prefer). The Bideford 'keeper saved all four of the penalties he faced; not sure if I've seen that before. 

Exeter City fielded an under-18 team throughout the competition whereas they've often previously fielded slightly older teams. Beating Tavistock in the semi-finals and holding Bideford in the final is probably more than you'd normally expect of such a youthful side.  

Bideford line-up:  Seedhouse Evans, Heeney, Fisher, Mayne, Byrne, Charles (Wood 75), Nancekivell, Taylor, Jagger Cane, Duff (Bowker 78), Buchan (Piper 84). 

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Devon League constitutions for next season. Should Buckfastleigh win the South Devon League none of the feeder league champions will be joining (or any teams at all from the Plymouth & West Devon).

Normal rules - one new team from each feeder league - suspended to boost numbers to 2x14 after withdrawals this season. 

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On 13/05/2022 at 18:25, Easterfield said:

Devon League constitutions for next season. Should Buckfastleigh win the South Devon League none of the feeder league champions will be joining (or any teams at all from the Plymouth & West Devon).

Normal rules - one new team from each feeder league - suspended to boost numbers to 2x14 after withdrawals this season. 

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Surprised that Boca Seniors didn't go up, thought they had the ambition to and had done their ground up? 

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52 minutes ago, Buckland Jim said:

Surprised that Boca Seniors didn't go up, thought they had the ambition to and had done their ground up? 

I saw a game there last year. Slap bang next door to Barnstaple Town's ground and a tidy enough set-up.

Can't help thinking that a couple of clubs withdrew their applications after they were initially announced. After retaining the Devon & Exeter title in some style I thought Lapfprd were odds-on although I now read that their pitch has too much of a gradient.

Meanwhile Exeter University have won the league's other cup competition on penalties against Teignmouth a week after they won the league's main cup competition against Teignmouth on penalties. 

Perhaps Bere Alston and Beer Albion will play each other in the league cup next season. But it won't be a Bere, Beer or any other type of derby. They're seventy miles apart. 

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