20 MAY - FINAL MANAGEMENT MEETING AT FRESHA
30 MAY - PRESENTATION AWARDS NIGHT AT PADBROOK
14 JUNE - LEAGUE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AT AMERICA HALL PINHOE
INJURY BENEFIT SCHEME
As you know the Football Association through the Devon
County Football Association have made it mandatory from season 2013/2014 for
all clubs to be members of a Players Personal Accident Scheme which meets the
minimum criteria set by the Football Association.
The Devon County FA are recommending Sportguard which has 4
options which include the payment of injury benefit to players which range from
£15 per week up to £100 per week.
The Premiums per team which include the injury benefits are
Bronze £55 per team Benefit £15 per week
Silver £70 per team Benefit
£30 per week
Gold £128 per team Benefit £50 per week
Platinum £205 per team Benefit £100 per
The Devon County FA Personal Accident Scheme is not paid for
the first 14 days.
As the Devon & Exeter league Injury Benefit Scheme does
not meet the minimum criteria set by The Football Association the Leagues Rules
Revision Committee will be putting 2 Rules amendments to the Annual General
Meeting regarding the League Injury Benefit Scheme.
The Devon &
Exeter League Injury Benefit Scheme is amended so that the annual premium is
amended to £55 per team, with the weekly benefit remaining at £40 per week
which will only be paid for a maximum of two weeks.
If Amendment 1 is
carried it means that the League Injury Benefit Scheme will continue and the
players will receive a benefit for the first two weeks.
If Amendment 1 is lost Amendment 2 will be put to the AGM
The Injury Benefit
Scheme be withdrawn from the League Rules
If Amendment 2 is lost the Injury Benefit Scheme will remain
in the Rules with the £120 per team premium with a £40 Benefit for a maximum of
The Management Committee believe that the issue of Players
Injury Benefit and club finances is very important.
So would ask that you
and your Club Committee discuss these very important Amendments and that your
club representative at the League AGM is able to vote the way your club would
If you have any questions about the above please contact the
Chairman/Treasurer Mr, Roger Spray or any other officer of the league.
THE FRESHA DEVON & EXETER FOOTBALL LEAGUE IS TO CONSIDER A PROPOSAL TO REVIVE THE WEDNESDAY DIVISION WHICH WAS LAST IN OPERATION 45 YEARS AGO.
A NUMBER OF LOCAL FOOTBALLERS HAVE INDICATED THAT AS THEY WORK AT WEEKENDS THEY WOULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY ORGANISED SOCCER IN MIDWEEK
MANY OF THE ORIGINAL TEAMS WERE BUSINESSES & COLLEGE TEAMS BUT ANY ORGANISATION WHICH WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS AN INTEREST IN PLAYING MIDWEEK SOCCER IS ASKED TO CONTACT LEAGUE SECRETARY MR CHRIS DAVEY WHOSE DETAILS CAN BE FOUND ON THE CONTACTS PAGE
WEDNESDAY LEAGUE WINNERS SINCE THE SECOND WORLD WAR
1948 CITY POLICE
1949 ST MARYCHURCH
1950 ST MARYCHURCH/EXETER GPO
1952 EXMOUTH UNITED
1954 EXMOUTH UNITED
1955 ST LUKES COLLEGE
1956 ST LUKES COLLEGE
1957 DEPOT DEVONS
1958 DEVON POLICE
1959 EXETER AMATEURS
1960 WESSEX BRIGADE
1961 ST LUKES COLLEGE
1962 WESSEX BRIGADE
1963 EXETER CITY TRANSPORT
1964 CITY POLICE
1965 EXETER CITY TRANSPORT
1966 EXETER CITY TRANSPORT
1967 EXETER ARGYLE
1968 ST LUKES COLLEGE