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  1. Is that Hawick now mathematically certain to be in the new second division next season?
  2. Royal Albert yesterday became the first club to confirm their division next season outwith the no promotion/relegation to Division 4 where they will be in the new Division 3 following their 8-0 defeat to St Cadoc's coupled with Ashfield's 3-2 victory over Dalry Thistle which means they are now 26 points behind the last possible Division 2 place through Conference B with eight games remaining. Although mostly blank right now this leaves a line up so far of. WOS Premier Division None confirmed so far WOS First Division None confirmed so far WOS Second Division None confirmed so far WOS Third Division Royal Albert WOS Fourth Division BSC Glasgow Campbeltown Pupils Finnart Glenvale Harmony Row Harthill Royal Kilsyth Athletic St Peter's
  3. Balgonie Scotia, Kinross Colts and Tollcross Thistle could be other possibilities. All decent set ups.
  4. Annan Athletic used to play in the EOS despite being in the SOS catchment area although they did keep their reserve side in the SOS.
  5. I know there has been word that the SOS League wants to move down to tier 7 to better reflect the overall standard of the league, the question is what the solution would be so I thought of this proposal. Winners of the SOS would choose if they want to be in the WOS Premier or EOS Premier although I would expect the vast majority would choose to go WOS.
  6. Out of the current Highland League clubs, I think only Fraserburgh, Brechin, Buckie, Brora and maybe Inverurie Locos would stand a chance to beat the Lowland clubs to reach the SPFL. Banks O'Dee, Lochee United and Carnoustie Panmure out of the ex juniors I could see make the SPFL this decade.
  7. He played in three derbies that season according to Arab Archive.
  8. Any information or clamour of North Pyramid attendance figures this season now Burnieclub78 has bailed out?
  9. Website no longer available due to not enough time to process updates. Shame, surely someone else can have a try to do senior/junior rankings.
  10. Now that this season's EOS League has been declared null and void, could Luncarty convert to the Midland League which would move them up to tier 6 and in the correct end of the HL/LL divide?
  11. Although it's very unlikely we will see a Scottish isles team enter the pyramid we have had recent cases in England with Isle Of Man, Guernsey and Jersey Bulls all entering the English pyramid system.
  12. They should just null and void it to avoid the possible ludicrous situation where Jeanfield could go up to the Lowland on PPG whilst Tranent have been top all season. Would also mean the LL can scrap relegation without extending the division further.
  13. I know it hasn't been made official but assuming the Midland League gets the go ahead which clubs would you expect to apply for its debut season? I would assume all the remaining Tayside juniors with Forfar West End withdrawing their EOS application although Scone Thistle are just below the HL line of latitide so they might opt for EOS instead. Tayport of course have always expressed their desire to be in a Tayside pyramid set up despite being just south of the line.
  14. Here is my solution to resolve the Tayside pyramid problem once and for all. Dundee clubs, Broughty Athletic, Carnoustie Panmure and Scone Thistle move to the EOS. Rest of the Angus clubs, Blairgowrie and Coupar Angus and any willing Perthshire applicants north of the boundary move to the Northern feeder.
  15. Here is how I would resolve this season's Lowland League. * League splits to a top 8 and bottom 9 after everyone has played each other once * Kelty's 2-0 win at Cumbernauld Colts on November 25th is declared null and void given they have already played each other twice.
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