Dorset Senior League


Dorset Senior League
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The Dorset Senior League is a football competition based in England. It is a feeder to the Dorset Premier Football League, which is a level 11 league of the English football league system. Thus, the Dorset Senior League is a level 12 league. The bottom club may be relegated to the Dorset League Division One.

Member clubs 2011–12

Senior Division
Bishop's Caundle
Blandford United Reserves
Chickerell United Reserves
Gillingham Town Reserves
Kingston Lacy
Okeford United
Piddletrenthide United
Portland United Reserves
Stourpaine
Sturminster Newton United
Upwey & Broadwey
Wareham Rangers
Weymouth Sports
Witchampton United
Division One
Bere Regis
Dorchester Borough
Dorchester Town ‘A’
Granby Rovers
Kangaroos
Mere Town
Merley Cobham Sports Reserves
Poole Borough Reserves
Poundbury Rovers
Shaftesbury Reserves
Ship Inn (Wool)
Swanage Town & Herston Reserves
Westland Sports Reserves
Wincanton Town Reserves
Division Two
11th Signal Regiment FC
Bridport 'A'
Corfe Castle
Corfe Mullen United
Crossways
Dorchester Sports
Gillingham Town 'A'
Lytchett Red Triangle
Milborne Sports
Sturminster Newton United Reserves
The Balti House
Wareham Rangers Reserves
Weymouth Spartans
Wyke Regis Social Club
Division Three
AFC Cobham
Bere Regis Reserves
Cranborne Reserves
Donhead United
Galaxy
Maiden Newton & Cattistock
Okeford United Reserves
Piddlehinton United
Portesham United
Soccer
Stickland United
Division Four
Bishop's Caundle Reserves
Galaxy Reserves
Handley Sports
Littlemoor
Owermoigne
Poundbury Rovers Reserves
Puddletown
Stalbridge
Swanage Town & Herston 'A'
Weymouth Spartans Reserves
Division Five
AFC Blandford
Broadstone
Donhead United Reserves
Dorchester Community Church
Handley Sports Reserves
Maiden Newton & Cattistock Reserves
Marnhull
Mere Town Reserves
Milborne Sports Reserves
Pimperne Sports
Poundbury Rovers ‘A’

Champions

Season Senior Division
2006-07 Wincanton Town
2007-08 Wincanton Town
2008-09 Parley Sports
2009-10 Easton United
2010-11 Tintinhull

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