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Posted 26th February 2011, 07:13 in
Ireland / N. Ireland

New Trio For NIWFA League

The Davison's Frudles Northern Ireland WFA League welcomes three new clubs for the 2011 season.

The newcomers are Ballyvange Ladies, Banbridge Rangers and Newry City Ladies FC, who all enter Division 4.

Cliftonville and YMCA were relegated from the Premier to the Championship, with Fermanagh Mallards and Loughgall Lakers moving in the opposite direction.

Larne go down to Division 1 and Carrick drop out altogether, Limavady and Downpatrick make the step up to the Championship.

There was no relegation from Division 1 or 2, with Derry City going up to the first.

Valley Rangers and Portadown are promoted to Division 2, Sion Swifts and Lisburn progress from the fourth to the third.

Premier League
Ballymena United Allstars
Crusaders Strikers
Fermanagh Mallards
Glentoran Belfast United
Linfield Ladies
Loughgall Lakers
Mid Ulster Ladies
Newbridge Predators

Cliftonville Ladies
Coleraine Ladies
Donegal Celtic
Downpatrick Ladies
Dromore Amateurs
Limavady Ladies
St Matthews
YMCA Ladies

Division 1
Armagh City Ladies
Banbridge Ladies
Blackieville Ladies
Derry City Ladies
Knockbreda Ladies
Larne Ladies
Portaferry Ladies
Tollymore Athletic

Division 2
1st Bangor
Ballymoney United
Bangor Ladies
Cappagh Spurs
Moyola Park
Portadown Integrated Ladies
Valley Rangers
Wellington Rec

Division 3
Abbey Villa
Ballynahinch Olympic
Crumlin United
Killyleagh YC Ladies
Lisburn Ladies
Sion Swifts

Division 4
Ballyvange Ladies
Banbridge Rangers
Craigavon City Ladies
Dromara Village
Moneyslane Ladies
Newry City Ladies FC

Reserve League
Ballymena United Allstars (reserves)
Crusaders Strikers (reserves)
Glentoran Belfast United (reserves)
Linfield LAdies (reserves)

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