Date: 17th May 2010 at 12:34pm
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WITH Northern sides seemingly evacuating League Two, Vital Accrington takes a look at some of the trips being made next season.

Northerners Grimsby Town and Darlington have both had very poor seasons on the field and have both been relegated out of the Football League, and have been replaced by the promoted Southern pairing of Oxford United and Stevenage Borough.

Notts County and Bournemouth both gained promotion to League One along with local rivals Rochdale, so only one side close to us have gone up, but with Morecambe and Rotherham still playing in the Play-Offs there is a good chance of a northern side heading to Wembley.

The only one northern side that will be new to the league next season is Stockport County.

So we are three, possibly four northern sides lighter in League Two than last season, with five new southerners. Great.