"Not only does it mean we start the campaign at the top of the British Championship Premier Tier table
but it will move us up both the European and UK league rankings.
Forest are currently seventh in the second tier table
and drew 0-0 with Stoke at the weekend.
That was back in 2010 and since then they've topped the second tier table
twice but, for various reasons, still didn't go up.
Synners had a mixed start to the campaign but are now seventh in the second tier table
with games in hand on everyone above them, and things are picking up off the pitch too.
The struggling side are rock bottom of the second tier table
as things start to get serious in the Soccer Sixes League.
Stokesley are now only a point behind Billingham Town in the second tier table
after making it three games unbeaten with an injury time equaliser in their gritty draw at top 10 Thornaby.