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Credit Union SFL Promotion and Relegation Roundup

posted 23 Oct 2012, 10:37 by Unknown user
All eleven Rounds of the Credit Union SFL have now been played but there are still some promotion and relegation issues to be decided. The following is the situation by Division:
Division 1
County finalists, Dingle and Dr Crokes have finished level on points at the top of the table and will meet in the Division 1 final.
At the other end of the table, Ardfert and Gneeveguilla have been relegated. Gneeveguilla have spent the last 7 years in Division 1 while it will be recalled that Ardfert had a fairytale rise from the obscurity of Division 5 football in 2003 to Division 1 in successive years and have remained there since 2007.

Division 2
Kilcummin return to Division 1 football as champions after a break of four years in Division 2. They will be joined in the top flight by Waterville who are making the return for the first time since 1999.
Glenflesk are relegated to Division 3 after their loss to Waterville and also making the drop are Castleisland Desmonds following defeat to St Pats, while Listowel Emmett’s victory over Kenmare ensures Division 2 football next season for the North Kerry men.
Division 3
John Mitchels are promoted as champions after a three year stay in Division 3 and they will be joined by Currow who spent the last two seasons in Division 3.
At the bottom, Keel were already relegated before the final Round, and they are joined by Castlegregory who drop down a Division for the second year running.

Division 4
Templenoe are promoted to Division 3 as champions but Listry’s defeat in their final game means that they are locked in a playoff for the second promotion place with Na Gaeil, both sides finishing on 17 points.
At the bottom, Sneem Derrynane drop a Division for the second year in a row but who will join them in the second automatic relegation place is not known. St Senans and Duagh have finished level on 8 points each and they will playoff with the losers relegated to Division 5 and the winners involved in a relegation playoff with the third team in Division 5.
Division 5
Brosna came out on top in the top of the table winners take all clash with Fossa and the North Kerry men are promoted as champions. Fossa and Ballylongford are tied on 20 Pts each in second place and they will playoff – winners will be promoted and the losers will playoff for a Division 4 place with 3rd from bottom in Division 4.