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Important statement from Gloucestershire Northern Senior League


The constitution for the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League is on hold for next season.

The decision comes after Leonard Stanley and Chesterton were placed into Division Two of the Stroud League, following their relegation from the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League, breaching a GNSL rule of not being placed in the next highest division.

Colin Peake, Gloucestershire Northern Senior League President said: “The Gloucestershire Northern Senior League, at its AGM held on June 11, passed a unanimous resolution to decline to set its constitution of member clubs for 2024/25; after it was reported that the Stroud and District League intended to place both Leonard Stanley and Chesterton Football Clubs into their Division Two and not Division One, following their relegation from the GNSL.

“Thirty-one member clubs voted to support their fellow clubs, as the Stroud League by its intended actions, meant a clear breach of GNSL rule, stipulating that relegated clubs must be placed in the highest division.

“As a consequence of their full support, the AGM was adjourned for an initial month to allow time for the matter to be fully resolved to the satisfaction of the membership.

“The GNSL will not make any further comment until the matter returns before the membership on a date to be set by the officers of the GNSL.”

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