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Story posted: Monday, 10th May 2004

It's UniBond for Gresley
It was confirmed at the FA National Leagues meeting in Loughborough on Sunday, which was to unveil the final selections for Level 3 and its feeders, that Gresley Rovers would be playing in the UniBond Division One from next season.
Gresley will renew rivalries with Rocester champions of the Midland Alliance and, surprisingly Willenhall Town who will now be the most southern team in the UniBond League.
The two sides last met in the West Midlands League on 25th February 1992 Gresley winning 3-2 with Neil Lovell (2) and Gill Land scoring.

Gresley Rovers and Spalding United last met in league competition back in 1960-61 season when we played in the Central Alliance Division 1 (South).

Eastwood Town have also been old adversaries when we were both members of the Central Alliance Premier and East Midlands Regional Leagues in the 60's.

The make-up of the UniBond Division One 2004-2005 is as follows:

Belper Town
Brigg Town
Chorley
Clitheroe
Colwyn Bay
Eastwood Town
Gresley Rovers
Ilkeston Town
Kendal Town
Kidsgrove Athletic
Mossley
North Ferriby United
Ossett Albion
Ossett Town
Rocester
Rossendale United
Shepshed Dynamo
Spalding United
Stocksbridge Park Steels
Warrington Town
Willenhall Town
Woodley Sports
Gresley FC Partners
Robin Hood Metals
League Position
  Team P GD Pts
12 Peterborough Sports 42 -8 51
13 Spalding United 42 -10 50
14 Loughborough Dynamo 42 -17 49
15 Sheffield FC 42 -19 45
16 Belper Town 42 -44 45
17 Gresley 42 -42 43
18 Kidsgrove Athletic 42 -20 42
19 Carlton Town 42 -10 41
20 Newcastle Town 42 -24 39
21 Market Drayton Town 42 -46 39
22 Romulus 42 -37 35

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