FAIRFORD Town have retained their Hellenic League Premier Division status after constitutions for step five and step six of the non-league pyramid were released.

Jody Bevan guided Fairford to an 18th-place finish during his first year in charge, which left them in the bottom three.

However, any relegation fears have now been put to rest as it was revealed the club will stay in the Premier Division.

Elsewhere, Shrivenham's former Fairford boss Gareth Davies will face his ex-employers next year, as their promotion from Division One West was confirmed.

Davies, who took over at Shrivvy last season, finished five points behind champions Ardley United.

Further afield, Malmesbury Victoria will now play their football in the Hellenic League’s bottom tier, after switching from Toolstation League Division One, where they came 15th last term.

Westbury United have also had their promotion to Toolstation League Premier Division rubber-stamped, after they were crowned Division One champions.

Jamie Harrison’s Corsham Town beat the drop from Division One, they came 20th with only Portishead Town and Warminster Town below them.