CHERTSEY Town, who won the FA Vase by beating Cray Valley 3-1 in extra time at Wembley last Sunday, are among four new sides Bracknell Town will be facing next season.

The Curfews have been promoted after winning the Combined Counties League.

Joining them in the South Central Division will be Barking, switching across from the Isthmian North Division, along with Harlow and Staines Town, relegated from the Premier Division and Southern League Premier South respectively.

The quartet replace Hayes & Yeading and Cheshunt, both promoted, and relegated pair Molesey and Egham.

Bracknell's new reserve side failed to gain entry to the Combined Counties League Division One despite having their application accepted by the league.

Instead, they will apply to the Suburban League, which newly-appointed manager Ross Weatherstone knows well, having managed Binfield Reserves last season when they finished sixth in the Premier Division.

Binfield's first team will also be up against new opponents with Banbury-based Easington Sports promoted to the Hellenic Premier Division after winning Division One West, while Chipping Sodbury Town and Westfields (Hereford) switch from the Wessex League and Midland League respectively.

This will mean even more travelling for the Moles, although they will be renewing rivalry with Burnham, who have made a swift return to the Premier Division after spending one season in Division One East.

Binfield, however, say goodbye to Ascot United, who have switched to the Combined Counties League, where their opposition includes Bracknell's former rivals, Molesey and Egham.

Wokingham & Emmbrook, who have been playing at Larges Lane, stay in Hellenic One East, but have been warned by the FA they must continue to groundshare until they complete the work at their Lowther Road base.

Newcomers to this division are Thames Valley Premier League champions Marlow United. There are 15 clubs in this division at the moment, but discussions are ongoing to find another team.

Eversley & California and Sandhurst Town can look forward to a trip to the Channel Islands next season as St Helier-based Jersey Bulls have been accepted into the Combined Counties League. New opponents will also be AFC Hayes, Walton & Hersham and Westside.