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mrfish



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PostSubject: Divisional structing   15.05.15 5:02

Its good to see the proposed division out nice and early.Its also good to see a few new faces in and some older faces staying with us like Nomads (who must have given a big sigh of relief) and NGU.Rugby and Daventry probably not to happy.
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PostSubject: Re: Divisional structing   15.05.15 6:56

Yea, Cannot imagine Rugby and Daventry will be happy. I for one am glad United remain, always good to have a derby.
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PostSubject: Re: Divisional structing   15.05.15 7:10

And easy 6 points
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mrfish



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PostSubject: Re: Divisional structing   15.05.15 14:35

When I opened this thread ,I was just stating my thoughts about new teams and old in this division,some being relieved and others probably being ticked off abit. Somewhere in that comment above I am having a dig,according to a thread on another MB. Question
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PostSubject: Re: Divisional structing   15.05.15 18:54

I thought Godalming might move, guess it all depends on who won what elsewhere. Flackwell Heath look a good addition.
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