Shock as Colney Heath and London Colney are moved leagues

Herts Charity Shield winners Colney Heath have been moved to the Essex Senior League Premier Divisio

Herts Charity Shield winners Colney Heath have been moved to the Essex Senior League Premier Division for the 2019-2020 season. Picture: JIM WHITTAMORE - Credit: Archant

The release of the non-league allocations for the 2019-2020 season have delivered a few shocks – especially for London Colney and Colney Heath.

London Colney manager Ken Charlery will lead his side into the Essex Senior League next season. Pict

London Colney manager Ken Charlery will lead his side into the Essex Senior League next season. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant

The pair have been shifted from the traditional Spartan South Midlands League home and will play the new season in the Essex Senior League Premier Division.

The same fate has also befell Cockfosters and means the trio will now go to the likes of Ilford, Tower Hamlets and Southend Manor.

Two old foes in Hoddesdon Town and St Margaretsbury were shifted across last season as the boundary of the league moves ever eastwards.

Harpenden Town meanwhile will stay in the SSML Premier but they will now have trips to new-boys Aylesbury Vale Dynamos, Eynesbury Rovers and Newport Pagnell Town.


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Higher up the leagues it was confirmed that St Albans City will remain in National League South.

The make-up of the Essex Senior League and both the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division a

The make-up of the Essex Senior League and both the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division and Division One ahead of the 2019-2020 season. - Credit: Archant

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