EWYAS Harold Cricket Club could be revived in 2014, says Marches League spokesman Derrick Jones.
“We had some genuine interest from Ewyas Harold about rejoining the Marches League but it was felt next season might be a bit too soon for them,” said Jones.
“It would seem they might need another year to consolidate.”
Newcomers Knighton-on-Teme, near Tenbury Wells, have been accepted to play in Division Three, at the league’s annual meeting.
“Knighton-on-Teme is a very nice setting but they won’t be able to progress in the structure unless they meet certain criteria which we have asked them to do,” said Jones.
“They don’t have any showers at the ground and that’s something which we have asked them to work on. Without showers, they won’t be able to play higher than Division Three.”
Burghill and Tillington 3rd have been elected into the league and will be playing home matches at Weobley.
Jones said no teams had withdrawn from the league which, next season, will consists of four divisions of 10 teams and one division of nine.
Jones said the league had adopted a new code of conduct and formal disciplinary measures and added that all the league’s officers had been re-elected for another term.