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Massive congratulations to St Austell who have been promoted today to the women’s national league following this afternoon’s win at Forest Green Rovers. 

Next season St Austell will play in National League Division One South West, joining the likes of Southampton, Swindon, Cheltenham, Bournemouth and Exeter - a huge achievement for a team from a small town in Cornwall. 

Congratulations to all the staff and players - and good luck for next season. 

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Well done St Austell, that's a great acheivement that propels you in to a new era of womens football in Cornwall.

Congratulations also to your neighbours Sticker who appear to be taking your place in the  South West Regional League.

Mid Cornwall sems to be the current hotbed of ladies football in the county.

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9 hours ago, GaryHocking said:

Massive congratulations to St Austell who have been promoted today to the women’s national league following this afternoon’s win at Forest Green Rovers. 

Next season St Austell will play in National League Division One South West, joining the likes of Southampton, Swindon, Cheltenham, Bournemouth and Exeter - a huge achievement for a team from a small town in Cornwall. 

Congratulations to all the staff and players - and good luck for next season. 

Some travelling there, a few mens teams certainly would not fancy that.

A big well done to Helston from me though...enjoy the ride.

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Great to see the women's teams progressing up the league ladder. This will be fantastic for future generations if clubs can keep this going, just like in the men's with 6 teams in the Western league next season. Football in Cornwall had never looked healthier standard wise. Hopefully this will encourage more young players into the game.

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To clarify, it should be Liskeard who take St Austell’s place in the South West Regional Women’s Premier Division having secured the Western Division title yesterday, Sticker who take Liskeard’s place having run away with the Cornwall Women’s League Division One title, and Foxhole who take Sticker’s place having won Division Two. 

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1 hour ago, GaryHocking said:

To clarify, it should be Liskeard who take St Austell’s place in the South West Regional Women’s Premier Division having secured the Western Division title yesterday, Sticker who take Liskeard’s place having run away with the Cornwall Women’s League Division One title, and Foxhole who take Sticker’s place having won Division Two. 

Thank you Gary, we are trying to follow the ladies teams progress, but we haven't got a grip on the different leagues as yet.

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2 hours ago, aggiemaid said:

Good luck to Sticker Ladies great season and good luck in SWRWFL. 

AFC St Austell Ladies great achievement and good luck to them too! 

Lots of Ladies teams have played some awesome football this season and there are more teams coming in next season hopefully! Well done all of them! 

Amen to that. Well done one and all, great progress and a good standard of football on show.

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The Women’s National League constitution for 2022/23 has now been confirmed with St Austell to line up in Division One South West with AFC Bournemouth, Cardiff City, Exeter City, Keynsham Town, Larkhall Athletic, Maidenhead United, Moneyfields, Portishead Town, Selsey, Southampton Women and Swindon Town. Season starts on 21 August. 

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3 hours ago, GaryHocking said:

The Women’s National League constitution for 2022/23 has now been confirmed with St Austell to line up in Division One South West with AFC Bournemouth, Cardiff City, Exeter City, Keynsham Town, Larkhall Athletic, Maidenhead United, Moneyfields, Portishead Town, Selsey, Southampton Women and Swindon Town. Season starts on 21 August. 

Oh dear there's some expensive travelling for you. Has the club got a team bus Mark ? 

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