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The Trelawny League is an English association football league comprising clubs from West Cornwall, formed from a merger between the Mining League and the Falmouth & Helston League at the end of the 2010–11 season. The new Trelawny League commenced in the 2011–12 season after the Falmouth and Helston League celebrated its 50th anniversary.[1]

Trelawny League
Founded2011
CountryEngland
Divisions4
Number of teams54
Level on pyramid13–16
Feeder toCornwall Combination
Websitehttp://full-time.thefa.com/Index.do?league=3983534

The league originally consisted of six divisions, but was reduced to five for the 2016–17 season, and further reduced to four for the 2019–20 season after the creation of the St Piran League. The top division sits at the 13th tier of the English football league system. Up to two teams from the Premier Division can be promoted to the Cornwall Combination providing they finish in the top three and satisfy ground grading requirements.

ChampionsEdit

Season Premier Division
2011–12 Goonhavern Athletic
2012–13 Illogan Royal British Legion Reserves
2013–14 Illogan Royal British Legion Reserves
2014–15 Carharrack AFC
2015–16 Lizard Argyle
2016–17 Camborne School of Mines
2017–18 Mawnan
2018–19 Penwith Exiles

Member clubs 2019–20Edit

PremiershipEdit

  • Camborne School of Mines
  • Goonhavern Athletic
  • Holman SC
  • Illogan Royal British Legion Reserves
  • Lanner
  • Mawnan
  • Newlyn Lions
  • Newlyn Non-Athletico
  • Probus
  • St. Keverne
  • Stithians
  • Threemilestone
  • Troon

ChampionshipEdit

  • Constantine
  • Falmouth Town 3rds
  • Four Lanes
  • Frogpool & Cusgarne
  • Gwinear Churchtown
  • Illogan Royal British Legion 3rds
  • Ludgvan Reserves
  • Mawnan Reserves
  • Mullion Reserves
  • New Inn Titans
  • RNAS Culdrose Reserves
  • St. Ives Mariners
  • West Cornwall

Division OneEdit

  • Falmouth DC
  • Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves
  • Holman SC Reserves
  • Penzance Reserves
  • Perranwell Reserves
  • Praze
  • Redruth United Reserves
  • Rosudgeon Reserves
  • St. Agnes 3rds
  • St. Day 3rds
  • St. Erme
  • St. Just Reserves
  • Troon Reserves
  • Wendron United 4ths

Division TwoEdit

  • Chacewater
  • Constantine Reserves
  • Falmouth United
  • Four Lanes Reserves
  • Goonhavern Athletic Reserves
  • Lizard Argyle Reserves
  • New Inn Titans Reserves
  • Probus Reserves
  • St Buryan
  • St Ives Town Reserves
  • Stithians Reserves
  • Storm
  • Threemilestone Reserves
  • Tregony

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New league step nearer". Falmouth Packet. 2008-03-19.

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