Blues are glued into the Bostik

isthmianThe provisional allocations for the top six tiers of non-league football have been announced, and Blues remain in the Bostik (Isthmian) League Premier Division.
Tonbridge Angels’ victory against Met Police in the “super play-off” final sealed a place in the competition Blues were members of for 33 years before the formation of Conference South in 2004. We re-joined the Isthmian League from the Southern League last season, and the 2019/20 season should be the first time in three years that we have stayed in the same division for consecutive campaigns.
The new season will see several clubs join the Bostik Premier, with Bowers & Pitsea, Cheshunt, Cray Wanderers and Horsham are all promoted from step 4 while East Thurrock United join from the Vamarama National League. Dorking Wanderers and Tonbridge move up to the Vanarama South, while Harlow Town, Whitehawk and Burgess Hill Town were all relegated.
However with several clubs higher up the football pyramid in financial trouble, these allocations will not be confirmed until early June. We all remember 2011. And 2012.