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  1. Junior football, what is the future?

    Scottish amateur cup?
  2. Junior football, what is the future?

    If the Lothian teams come over to EOS league that's the EOS juniors left with 30 teams, that's even less than the North region juniors have at present. League set up for East juniors will be a shambles if that happens. Edit it would be even worse than that it would leave them with 27.
  3. Junior football, what is the future?

    Looking at the current league table a) is still a possibility
  4. Junior football, what is the future?

    Cracking post, wasn't Wishaw one of the clubs that broke away from the SJFA to join the intermediates?
  5. Junior football, what is the future?

    And the attendances will still be higher than current EOS junior sides. Below is the average league attendance for EOS league teams prior to Saturdays games. The teams in blue are the teams currently in position to be in EOS premier division next season. How do you think those attendances compare to the teams in the EOS Superleague? 361 Linlithgow 346 Bonnyrigg 280 Bo'ness 225 Tranent 224 Musselburgh 183 Penicuik 182 Camelon 161 Dundonald 160 Broxburn 160 Newtongrange 141 Dalkeith 139 Hill of Beath 126 Dunbar 117 Easthouses 117 Sauchie 113 Arniston 113 Haddington 107 Dunipace 98 Coldstream* 96 Crossgates 93 Inverkeithing 87 Oakley^ 83 Burntisland 82 Tynecastle 80 Blackburn 80 Preston 79 St Andrews 75 Jeanfield 75 Peebles 74 Tweedmouth 61 Heriot-Watt Uni 60 Eyemouth 54 Ormiston 53 LTHV 47 Edinburgh Utd 43 Hawick 43 Stirling Uni EOS 42 Craigroyston 40 Leith
  6. Junior football, what is the future?

    I've no doubt top league in the West may be flourishing as has been said previously (amazing what somebody decent doing the fixtures list can do), that's only 1/8th of the junior sides however. There will be a few teams in the lower West leagues that carry a decent travelling support as well like St Rochs, The majority don't however. The vast majority of the North junior teams are basically amateur, the league set up has leagues of nine teams which isn't a good sign. East region has very few decent teams, attendances will be small as well, how many of the East teams will be getting 100+ or even near 100 as an average at their games.
  7. Junior football, what is the future?

    Aye he is, unfortunately most junior attendances in the East are more like this, wouldn't like to think how few would have been at Kirkcaldy v Armadale on Saturday
  8. Junior football, what is the future?

    The sooner the guys in charge of the West region juniors realise they have absolutely no need for an SJFA association telling them what to do and realise that they are good enough to run things on their own the better.
  9. East Cup of (Football) Nations 2018-19

    Not sure precedent has been set , offence has been found before next round has been played, clearly Camelon get awarded tie. Jeanfield will pump Bonnyrigg rose anyway, so don't worry about it.
  10. Lowland league attendances 2018/19

    Has somebody sent out a search party for the 200 missing Linlithgow fans?
  11. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Why? He doesn't
  12. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Highlights are up, looks like Kelty should have scored more goals.
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