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About superbigal

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  1. Junior football, what is the future?

    Next in line for promotion is downfield. Lithgy and boness loving these day outs
  2. Junior football, what is the future?

    Looks like glenrothes likely to now be promoted with penicuik leaving. Next to leave from super will promote st andrews. Glenrothes still actually need 1 point to overtake St Andrews
  3. Junior football, what is the future?

    Quite interesting how the developments affect the like of my local club Tayport. I know they voted yes for pyramid. I do not have any inside knowledge of current feelings so may ask a couple of committee I know tomorrow. However if they were to join the eos they would have the most travelling by far. On the flip side they now have free promotion to the super league, and at least 1 season of virtually a local league. Certainly more tricky a decision for that geographical location
  4. Tonights Scores

    Fauldhouse 4 Glenrothes 2 FT Carnoustie 3 Kennoway 1 FT Broxburn 3 Lochee Utd 0 FT Camelon 4 Newtongrange 3 FT
  5. Tonights Scores

    In East SL Carnoustie 3 Kennoway 1 FT Dundonald 4 Forfar WE 1 Broxburn 3 Lochee Utd 0
  6. Tonights Scores

    Fauldhouse 4 Glenrothes 2
  7. Tonights Scores

    Fauldhouse 3 Gribben Hat-Trick Glenrothes 0
  8. Tonights Scores

    Fauldhouse 1 Glenrothes 0 ht
  9. Junior football, what is the future?

    Certainly any super duper league could in theory work alongside the eos as the feeder that emcompasses the west teams. Again it could be run by the sjfa. It certainly ticks Tom's boxes. Remember though Tom it is a lowland feeder so get ready to tell lochee , broughty, carnoustie and forfar their not invited to the party.
  10. Junior football, what is the future?

    On another thread regarding iconic moments in Newtown history it was actually games against senior teams queens park and Elgin city that brought most great memories. Add to that the trip boness actually had to Elgin must have been a stonking day out with their astonishing comeback. attended by 858 I might add.
  11. New clubs in the East of Scotland

    Tayport do not have a team in the Midlands. Newport have 2 teams in the Midlands. In general amateurs Dundee also now actually has a thriving Saturday morning league structure that is affiliated to the safa. Fife thistle B from balmullo in fife were also playing in that league.
  12. It would be interesting to know what the pwg has been actually doing for the last 4 years as virtually nothing has changed since the lowland inception.
  13. Junior football, what is the future?

    To be fair or indeed unfair perhaps the pyramid will mean a lot of clubs do need to join the amateur grade. Min wage should also see this happen. Currently it clearly does not.
  14. Junior football, what is the future?

    Who were the combatants ?
  15. Junior football, what is the future?

    Actually I can think of at least 3 teams who might like the Tayside junior league that might well be left behind. The east region fixture secretary resides in Dundee so everyone's a winner [emoji32]
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