Promotions and relegations have now been decided from both the Western League and the South West Peninsula League as sides in the two divisions can start preparing for the 2022/23 campaign.

The Western League (step five of the non league pyramid) will now have six teams from Cornwall. That is after Falmouth Town and Torpoint Athletic won this seasons East and West divisions of the Peninsula League.

Town were defeated just once in their rampant charge to the title which saw them crowned champions with three games to play. They will join Mousehole, who narrowly missed out on promotion, Saltash United, Millbrook and will reignite their rivalry with Helston Athletic.

Falmouth Packet: Western League Premier 2022/23 Picture: FAWestern League Premier 2022/23 Picture: FA

The leagues could be shifted again though for the start of the 2023/24 season following the FA's plans to restructure the divisions to make them more localised.

In the South West Peninsula League West Porthleven were already relegated from the league following their resignation from the league in September 2021, although the side has enjoyed success in the St Piran League winning the St Piran League cup earlier this week. Despite an improved finish to the season St Dennis, who finished second bottom, have also been relegated.

Mullion, Bude Town and Holsworthy have all been promoted to the league which will be made up of 18 teams. Penryn Athletic will hope to build on their first season back in the division last season, whereas Wendron who made the Senior Cup Final in the season just gone could challenge again after finishing third last season.

Falmouth Packet: South West Peninsula League 2022/23 Picture: The FASouth West Peninsula League 2022/23 Picture: The FA

Dates for the start of the league seasons are yet to be announced.