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  1. Pyramid 2019/2020

    There is no 16th club. Selkirk’s season was stricken by the Lowland League. WW is the bottom club, Dalbeattie the second bottom.
  2. LL Relegation

    Well it will take a lot for 1. Cove to win the playoff, and then 2. Dalbeattie to lose an election process. So they will probably stay up no matter what.
  3. LL Relegation

    This is really all the info needed.
  4. LL Relegation

    If Cove gets promoted, and the winner of the EOS is licensed, then both Dalbeattie and WW will get relegated, since Berwick Rangers and the EOS champ will enter the Lowland League. Dalbeattie and WW will then have to apply for the 16th place, alongside other teams like Linlithgow Rose.
  5. Mathematical Certainty for 2019-20

    Yes, this is true. It will at least set them up nicely to fight for promotion next season.
  6. Mathematical Certainty for 2019-20

    Regional is probably preferred by some, like in the East Juniors. But where there the north division will be much stronger, here the south division looks much tougher. Seeded seems more fair for next season.
  7. Mathematical Certainty for 2019-20

    The EOS has lost many teams to the Lowland League over time., which fully explains that. However, the best of the original EOS teams are likely to dominate tier 7 next season.
  8. Junior football, what is the future?

    There are some tight battles to get into next year’s top leagues. Kinnoull Juniors vs Dundee East Craigie can be an important decider, while Harthill holds all the cards against Stoneyburn and Rosyth in the south.
  9. Mathematical Certainty for 2019-20

    There might be no former EOS side in next year’s Premier, even if Leith, LTHV and Preston have all been about as close as you can get. Leith as the second best 6th place, Preston as the third best 6th place, and LTHV likely to be the 7th placed team with most points, and could be the team with most points that didn’t make it to the EOS Premier. Of course Leith could still make it with their second best 6th place. If Sauchie qualifies (highly likely), every current EOS team that were qualified for the SJFA East Superleague in 18/19 had they not left the juniors, have now avoided tier 7. Tranent, Dunbar, Blackburn and Crossgates are the four that have gone beyond what they had, to make up the new EOS Premier, replacing Lochee, Broughty, Carnoustie and Fauldhouse (Kennoway and Forfar had gotten relegated).
  10. Mathematical Certainty for 2019-20

    SJFA East Region Superleague 2017/18 1 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 2 Linlithgow Rose 3 Penicuik Athletic 4 Dundonald Bluebell 5 Broxburn Athletic 6 Lochee United 7 Hill of Beath Hawthorn 8 Bo'ness United 9 Camelon Juniors 10 Broughty Athletic 11 Newtongrange Star 12 Carnoustie Panmure 13 Sauchie Juniors 14 Jeanfield Swifts 15 Kennoway Star Hearts 16 Forfar West End Musselburgh Athletic won the Premier League that year, ahead of Fauldhouse.
  11. Club Licencing

    Hopefully the clubs will get positive news soon.
  12. Club Licencing

    If the reports are true, then it seems like the SFA are trying to sabotage the pyramid.
  13. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    Yes, with the title on the line, anything can happen.
  14. EoS Conference A chat 2018-19

    Dalbeattie could go down if Cove goes up. So not necessarily the end for Leith if that happens.
  15. The Battle for 2nd - Edinburgh City vs Clyde

    Glasgow has done it with Partick, Queen’s Park and even Pollok. Should be room in Edinburgh as well.