2010–11 Wessex Football League

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Wessex Football League
Season 2010–11
Champions Poole Town

The 2010–11 Wessex Football League was the 25th season of the Wessex Football League. The league champions for the third time in succession were Poole Town, who were promoted to the Southern League after being denied the previous two seasons due to ground grading problems. There was the usual programme of promotion and relegation between the two Wessex League divisions.[1]

For sponsorship reasons, the league was known as the Sydenhams Wessex League.[2]

League tables[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

The Premier Division consisted of 22 clubs, the same as the previous season, after Wimborne Town were promoted to the Southern League, and Cowes Sports were relegated to Division One. Two new clubs joined:[2]

Pos Club Pl W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1 Poole Town (C) (P) 42 33 5 4 132 44 +88 104 Joined the Southern League
2 Bemerton Heath Harlequins 42 26 6 10 89 52 +37 84
3 Winchester City 42 25 8 9 84 52 +32 83
4 Brading Town 42 24 10 8 87 56 +31 82
5 Bournemouth 42 23 11 8 100 43 +57 80
6 Christchurch 42 21 12 9 86 60 +26 75
7 Moneyfields 42 21 7 14 75 62 +13 70
8 Fareham Town 42 19 10 13 76 69 +7 67
9 Hamworthy United 42 19 9 14 88 70 +18 66
10 Newport (IOW) 42 17 9 16 70 65 +5 60
11 Lymington Town 42 18 5 19 77 79 –2 59
12 Hamble A.S.S.C. 42 16 8 18 91 75 +16 56
13 Alton Town 42 16 8 18 80 86 –6 56
14 Blackfield & Langley 42 16 7 19 55 62 –7 55
15 Alresford Town 42 13 6 23 82 84 –2 45
16 Romsey Town 42 11 11 20 59 87 –28 44
17 Laverstock & Ford 42 12 7 23 68 105 –37 43
18 Totton & Eling 42 11 9 22 67 88 –21 42
19 New Milton Town 42 10 7 25 56 104 –48 37
20 Fawley 42 10 4 28 45 112 –67 34
21 Hayling United 42 9 4 29 69 130 –61 31
22 Brockenhurst (R) 42 8 5 29 56 107 –51 29 Relegated to Division One

Division One[edit]

Division One consisted of 19 clubs, reduced from 21 the previous season, after Hamble A.S.S.C. and Fawley were promoted to the Premier Division, Farnborough North End transferred to the Combined Counties League and A.F.C. Aldermaston were relegated to the Hampshire League. Two clubs joined:[2]

Pos Club Pl W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1 Downton (C) (P) 36 27 7 2 106 29 +77 88 Promoted to the Premier Division
2 Horndean (P) 36 25 4 7 104 53 +51 79
3 A.F.C. Portchester 36 20 9 7 85 52 +33 69
4 Pewsey Vale 36 20 9 7 77 44 +33 69
5 United Services Portsmouth 36 20 7 9 90 57 +33 67
6 Ringwood Town 36 18 5 13 61 60 +1 59
7 Whitchurch United 36 17 4 15 77 54 +23 55
8 Cowes Sports 36 15 8 13 59 62 –3 52 *
9 Verwood Town 36 13 11 12 70 66 +4 50
10 Fleet Spurs 36 15 3 18 82 85 –3 48
11 Petersfield Town 36 12 9 15 68 73 –5 45
12 Warminster Town 36 13 6 17 72 79 –7 45
13 Amesbury Town 36 14 3 19 62 90 –28 45
14 Hythe & Dibden 36 9 9 18 60 72 –12 36
15 East Cowes Victoria Athletic 36 9 9 18 52 77 –25 36
16 Tadley Calleva 36 11 3 22 69 101 –32 36
17 Andover New Street 36 10 6 20 60 93 –33 36
18 Stockbridge 36 5 9 22 44 95 –51 24
19 Shaftesbury (R) 36 4 9 23 39 95 –56 21 Relegated to the Dorset Premier League
  • * Cowes Sports were deducted one point.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wessex League 1986–2011". Non League Matters. Retrieved 21 February 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "2010–11 Wessex League". FCHD. Retrieved 21 February 2014.