THERE will be more teams than ever taking part in next season's Wrey Arms North Devon Sunday League. The competition hots up this year with 10 teams battling it out in both Division One and Division Two, an increase of six teams. While Taw Utd and Landkey

THERE will be more teams than ever taking part in next season's Wrey Arms North Devon Sunday League.The competition hots up this year with 10 teams battling it out in both Division One and Division Two, an increase of six teams.While Taw Utd and Landkey Town both resigned from the league, there are seven newcomers to Sunday football.South Molton Recycle-based team Hemmens FC will play their home games at Landkey, while The Koogars - from Ilfracombe bar Cocky's - will play at Woolacombe.Barnstaple Ammies and Waterfront Tavern FC head up the new contingent from Barnstaple, while Bideford Robins FC will also play their home games in the town.The other new teams are Anchor Chiefs and Real Tuff FC, both from Bideford.l Full line up: Division 1 - Dynamo Sandpiper; Police; J&A Veterans; Pollyfield Rangers; Bratton Fleming; PV's (formerly Kenny's Bar); Wrey Arms; Rose/Crown; Western Power Distribution; Yam Yamz.Division 2 - Royal Rebels; Kings Arms; Stagedoor (formerly Malboro); Barnstaple Ammies; Waterfront Tavern; Bideford Robins; Anchor Chiefs; Real Tuff; The Koogars; Hemmens.