The Cornwall Women's Football League membership will increase by four to 17 teams for the 2019/20 season.

The league, which held its AGM last week, will again run two divisions this season, with Division 1 increasing from six teams to eight, and Division 2 increasing from seven teams to nine.

Last season's champions, Charlestown, have withdrawn from the league, leaving Helston Athletic, Illogan RBL, Mousehole, Wadebridge Town, RNAS Culdrose, Callington Town, AFC St Austell and FXU in this season's Division 1.

St Austell and Callington are two of six new sides to join the league this year, with the other four, namely Saltash Borough, Bodmin, Newquay and Foxhole Stars, joining St Agnes, St Breward, St Teath, Porthleven and Penryn in Division 2.

The league fixtures are yet to be announced, but the draw for the first round of the League Cup has been made.

First round draw in full (date to be confirmed):

Wadebridge Town v AFC St Austell

Foxhole Stars v Newquay

FXU v Porthleven

Helston Athletic v Mousehole

Penryn v Callington Town

RNAS Culdrose v St Agnes

St Breward v Saltash Borough

St Teath v Bodmin