Six new clubs and two reformed sides have entered the Chester & District Sunday Football League for the 2015-16 campaign.
The season kicks off this weekend with a welcome return for Tattenhall and Tarvin Rex, who are back in the fold having taken a break to rebuild.
Both clubs have long-standing associations with the league stretching back more than 20 years.
The Mount and West Park Rangers are new entrants while Holdi, Purple Oliver, Sutton Casuals and The Westminster join following the demise of the Ellesmere Port & District Sunday League, which folded in May.
Unfortunately three teams from last season will not be part of the league’s make-up this term. Lache, double winners in 2013-14, are to concentrate on Saturday football, Frodsham Barcelona, Section B champions in 2012-13, have chosen not to continue and Saltney Ferry failed to complete last season.
This term Section A comprises 11 teams with reigning champions AFC Saltney starting their campaign against promoted Dee Rangers. There will be 12 teams in Section B while the Bill Gresty Memorial Trophy will revert to a straight knockout competition.