Here is a taste of the 2018-19 season as the new Step 4 divisions of the Bostik League are finalised.
Cray Wanderers will play in the South East Division which is basically a Kent, South East London & Sussex league with the exceptions of Guernsey and Whyteleafe. There are 20 teams so we play eight games less in the league and we welcome back Three Bridges and Whitstable Town to the Isthmian League and newcomers Haywards Heath Town and Sevenoaks Town. The Step 4 divisions of the Bostik League are split into three divisions with a number of clubs coming over from the Southern League to the new South Central Division.
Please see also the provisional breakdown of Step 1-4 with obviously some issues to be resolved at Step 1 and 2 in the playoff finals. The Bostik Premier is a 22 club league and back come Whitehawk and Bognor Regis Town. Bishops Stortford come over from the Evo-Stik Premier along with Carshalton Athletic, Lewes, Walton Casuals, Corinthian Casuals, AFC Hornchurch, Potters Bar Town and Haringey Borough. Billericay Town and Dulwich Hamlet were promoted to the National South. Thurrock are sadly no longer active while some other very established clubs have moved on notably Hendon, Harrow Borough, Met Police, Staines Town, Leiston and Needham Market have gone over to the new 2 tier Step 3 Southern League Central and South.
At step 4 into the new South Central Division come Ashford Town Middlesex, Chalfont St Peter, Egham Town, Fleet Town, Hanwell, Hayes & Yeading, Marlow, Northwood, Uxbridge while Tooting & Mitcham United went down from the Bostik Premier, Promoted from Step 5 were Bedfont Sports, Bracknell Town and Westfield,
In the North Division which is mainly Essex and East Anglia we have four new teams up from step 5, Basildon United, Coggenhall Town, Felixstowe & Walton United and Great Wakering Rovers.
I hope that has cleared everything up for you.