THE make up of Worcester City's division for next season is the subject of another appeal to the Football Association (FA).

Hereford-based Westfields is one of four clubs from its region attempting to force through a move from the Midland Football League (MFL) Premier Division into the Hellenic League equivalent.

Pegasus Juniors, Wellington and Hereford Lads Club have also asked to switch from the West Midlands (Regional) League (WMRL) into a set-up that covers teams from Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire.

All four had hoped to switch as part of a national restructure only to be told to stay put with the Hellenic League running continuing to run with smaller divisions than many at the same levels.

In a letter to the FA, Westfields CEO Andrew Morris wrote: “As the FA is trying to reorganise the leagues geographically, we would like to point out we are becoming more and more remote in our position in Hereford.

“With our current position in the Midland Football League, more clubs are being introduced from the East Midlands making most away matches 200-plus mile round trips.

“Our geographical position and membership in the Midland Football League is hampering our progression in trying to attract players to travel and maintain standards.”

It comes on the back of Tividale's failed attempt to gain promotion to the MFL Premier Division from the WMRL.