2012–13 South West Peninsula League

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The 2012–13 South West Peninsula League season was the sixth in the history of the South West Peninsula League, a football competition in England, that feeds the Premier Division of the Western Football League. The league had been formed in 2007 from the merger of the Devon County League and the South Western League, and is restricted to clubs based in Cornwall and Devon. The Premier Division of the South West Peninsula League is on the same level of the National League System as the Western League Division One.

Premier Division[edit]

South West Peninsula League
Relegated Penzance

The Premier Division featured 20 teams, the same as the previous season, after Royal Marines were relegated and subsequently folded, and Buckland Athletic were promoted to the Western League Premier Division. Dartmouth resigned before the season began. Two new clubs joined the league:

  • Only Plymouth Parkway applied for promotion to the Western League Premier Division. They were to be promoted if their application was accepted and they finished in either of the top two places in the league. However, they eventually refused promotion on financial grounds.[1]

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Bodmin Town (C) 36 28 6 2 127 28 +99 90
2 Plymouth Parkway 36 24 6 6 89 45 +44 78
3 Elburton Villa 36 24 5 7 95 53 +42 77
4 St Austell 36 23 5 8 89 45 +44 74
5 Launceston 36 19 4 13 64 46 +18 61
6 Saltash United 36 17 9 10 77 43 +34 60
7 Witheridge 36 17 6 13 84 58 +26 57
8 St Blazey 36 16 8 12 79 57 +22 56
9 Camelford 36 16 7 13 76 53 +23 55
10 Tavistock 36 17 2 17 73 71 +2 53
11 Liverton United 36 15 5 16 75 72 +3 50 Voluntary demotion to Division One East
12 Newquay 36 15 4 17 68 62 +6 49
13 Ivybridge Town 36 14 4 18 65 75 −10 46
14 Torpoint Athletic 36 12 9 15 59 68 −9 45
15 Bovey Tracey 36 11 9 16 49 84 −35 42
16 Falmouth Town 36 8 6 22 48 87 −39 30
17 Cullompton Rangers 36 8 3 25 44 106 −62 27
18 Liskeard Athletic 36 5 6 25 44 108 −64 020*
19 Penzance (R) 36 0 2 34 22 166 −144 2 Relegation to Division One West
20 Dartmouth 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Resigned before the season started

Updated to games played on 11 May 2013.
Source: [1]
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
* Liskeard Athletic were deducted one point for fielding an ineligible player against Newquay on 2 February 2013.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Division One East[edit]

  • Division One East was reduced to sixteen clubs from seventeen after the resignation of Ottery St Mary,[2] the promotion of Liverton United to the Premier Division and the transfer of Plymstock United from Division One West.
Pos Club P W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1 Exmouth Town (C) (P) 30 23 6 1 88 27 +61 75 Promotion to the Premier Division
2 Stoke Gabriel 30 19 7 4 100 49 +51 66†
3 Budleigh Salterton 30 18 4 8 73 58 +15 58
4 Newton Abbot Spurs 30 17 6 7 79 52 +27 57
5 Appledore 30 17 5 8 67 42 +25 56
6 Galmpton United 30 14 3 13 58 64 –6 47*
7 Teignmouth 30 14 3 13 73 71 +2 45
8 Exeter Civil Service 30 11 10 9 55 56 –1 43
9 Okehampton Argyle 30 11 5 14 59 69 –10 38
10 Exeter University 30 8 11 11 63 68 –5 35
11 Axminster Town 30 10 7 13 56 58 –2 33†
12 Totnes & Dartington SC 30 9 5 6 62 68 –6 32
13 Alphington 30 9 5 16 39 65 –26 32
14 Plymstock United 30 7 4 19 50 76 –26 25
15 Sidmouth Town 30 3 7 20 33 66 –33 16
16 Crediton United 30 4 4 22 29 95 –66 12*
  • * Crediton United failed to raise a team for their match at Galmpton United. The table shows a draw, but instead of one point being awarded to each team, Galmpton were awarded three points, and Crediton were deducted three points.
  • † Axminster Town failed to raise a team for their match at Stoke Gabriel. The table shows a draw, but instead of one point being awarded to each team, Stoke Gabriel were awarded three points, and Axminster were deducted three points.

Division One West[edit]

  • Sticker were promoted from the East Cornwall League, replacing Newquay who were promoted to the Premier Division. Plymstock United transferred to Division One East, reducing the number of clubs from seventeen to sixteen.
Pos Club P W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1 Godolphin Atlantic (C) (P) 30 27 2 1 99 21 +78 83 Promotion to the Premier Division
2 Helston Athletic 30 21 5 4 135 37 +98 68
3 Wadebridge Town 30 21 3 6 112 40 +72 66
4 Sticker 30 18 4 8 68 45 +23 58
5 Callington Town 30 16 7 7 87 32 +55 57†
6 St Dennis 30 18 2 10 89 62 +27 56
7 Penryn Athletic 30 16 5 9 79 55 +24 53
8 Dobwalls 30 16 5 9 75 63 +12 53
9 Perranporth 30 13 2 15 64 70 –6 41
10 Hayle 30 11 7 12 59 49 +10 40 Resigned shortly before the 2013–14 season
11 Porthleven 30 11 3 16 40 65 –25 36
12 Truro City Reserves 30 11 1 18 49 68 –19 24*
13 Holsworthy 30 7 0 23 40 101 –61 21
14 Vospers Oak Villa 30 6 1 23 46 90 –44 19
15 Mousehole 30 3 0 27 24 123 –99 9
16 Foxhole Stars 30 1 1 28 19 164 –145 0†
  • * Truro City were deducted ten points for going into administration.
  • † Foxhole Stars failed to raise a team for their match at Callington Town. The table shows a draw, but instead of one point being awarded to each team, Callington were awarded three points, and Foxhole were deducted three points.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official statement from Plymouth Parkway FC". Plymouth Parkway FC. 10 May 2013. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "Ottery St Mary resign from the South West Peninsula League". Exmouth Journal. 31 May 2012. Retrieved 10 November 2013. 

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