THE Herefordshire County League is set to kick-off on September 12 with a slight change in teams.

Kington Town and Malvern Town Reserves have both moved up to the Hellenic League leaving the Herefordshire Premier with 12 sides.

Meanwhile, a bumper Division One sees 14 sides ready for action.

The division has the addition of Fownhope along with Kington Town Reserves, Hereford Pegasus Colts and Kington Town Reserves.

Dore Valley join a 13-team Division Two along with new additions Fownhope Reserves, Hereford City, Hereford Lads Club Youth Colts, Ledbury Swifts, Leominster Town Colts and Ross Juniors Reserves

"If we go back a month and somebody said we would be back on September 12 I would have laughed," said Colin Taylor, county league chairman.

"To be able to come back a lot of people have done a lot of work. There is still a lot of work to be done but the clubs are fully engaged in that process.

"The FA have released documents for the county league itself which has set a number of regulations.

"Of the teams the total number is the same and there has been some movement with teams moving up to a higher level."