Regional Leagues

Regional Leagues

The London and South East Region run two leagues, a Senior Regional League and an U16 Regional League.

In this section you will find:


Senior Regional League

 

The London & South East Senior Regional League is part of the Competition Pathway and sits above County Leagues and is a direct feeder for the National Premier League. The National Premier League consists of three divisions. The Senior Regional League also consists of three divisions. 

Regional teams play against each of the teams in their respective Divisions twice, a home game and an away game. There are eight teams in Division 1 & 2 and six teams in Division 3.

At the end of the season, the winners (or the highest eligible team) in Division 1 are invited to the National Premier League Play Off Tournament. Here they play against the teams finishing bottom of National Premier League Division Three and the other Winners from the other 8 Regions for a place in the National Premier Division Three. Clubs may have only one team in the National Premier League and one team in the Senior Regional League.

The winner of the Regional League Division Two gain automatic entry into Division One.

The winner of the Regional League Division Three gain automatic entry into Division Two.

The team finishing at the bottom of Division One are automatically relegated to Division Two. The team finishing bottom of Division Two are relegated to Division Three.  The team at the bottom of Division Three may play off against County Champions to remain in the League. 

To gain entry to the London and South East Regional Senior League, Counties in the Region may nominate teams, usually the winners of each Senior County League/County Tournament, to attend the Play-off Tournament for a place in Division Three. 


Senior League fixtures and results 2023/24

Senior Division 1 Regional League Table

Senior Division 2 Regional League Table

Senior Division 3 Regional League Table


Senior League Useful Documents


Senior League Results Table Archive


U16 Regional League 

The U16 Regional League consists of one division of eight teams. Teams play each other twice during the season in a rotation of venues across Essex Met, Kent, Middlesex and Surrey. The League starts in October and generally playing once a month, continues until March/April.

To play in the U16 Regional League, teams must play in an Open Qualifying Tournament which takes place in early September.  The top eight teams from this Qualifying Tournament will form the U16 Regional League for the remains of the Season. 

To reduce the commitment for these younger athletes who have school and outside activities, two matches are played at each fixture. Teams/Clubs must be Members of England Netball and one of the London & South East Counties to qualify to play.  The top two teams at the end of the Season will represent the Region at the National U16 Clubs Finals in the following Spring. 


U16 Qualifying Tournament

The qualifying tournament for the 2022/23 season will be held on Sunday 18th September 2022, Redbridge Sports Centre, IG6 3HD.

The top 2 teams at the end of the league season will qualify for the National U16 Club Finals on the weekend of 29th/30th April 2023.

Qualifying Tournament Covering Letter
Qualifying Tournament Entry Form
Qualifying Tournament Registration Sheet
Qualifying Tournament Rules and Regulations
Age Banding Form

The deadline for submission is Tuesday 6th September 2022.


U16 League fixtures and results

U16s Regional League Table


U16 Useful Documents


U16 League Results Table Archive

 

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