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  1. Time for clubs involved in R4 to have half an eye on possible R5 exit. Any idea of the exit figures for these later rounds? R5: R6: Great that clubs such as Talbot, Banks O'Dee, Clydebank and Darvel/Brechin can have hopes for more progress - Annan too!
  2. Well this time the clubs wouldn't be sitting on their hands and not applying. You have to take part in the game or else you cannot win or change the rules etc. Opting out again? No!
  3. Maybe the LL could increase the number of clubs in time for next season from 16 to 18. There could still be the promotion/relegation as currently but the league could increase by two by inviting applications for the two additional spaces. That would mean that any clubs could apply, including a club in a relegation place, but two extra clubs could be brought in by bringing the league up to the same size as the HL. Surely even the SFA wouldn't be able to kick up a fuss about that? or would they? I'd give the two places to the losing play-off finalist and to the runner-up in the WoS - assuming a SoS club didn't up-set the apple cart and make the final.
  4. You would think that the max number of teams in the HL and LL would have to be the same, whether 16, 18 or whatever. Concerned that the SFA hasn't dealt with that. Didn't the HL even say that they could go to 20 teams if they wished to, or has that changed? Sadly Bankies made the same errors as virtually everyone-else. They could have jumped ship to the EoS but hung on to the Juniors set-up. They could have been in the LL now surely! Still, need to look forwards not backwards. There's new leadership in the LL and we'll have to see what that brings but an increase to 18 clubs (like the HL already has) seems to be a way forward. Why on earth would the SFA interfere with that? Looking at the SPFL, in five seasons time, shouldn't that be reduced to full-time Pro clubs with the rest forming a regionalised feeder Tier? Don't know how many SPFL clubs are part-timers but it's not hard to see two feeder divisions created with HL and LL East and West below that.
  5. If everyone really wants reform then do away with the separate FAs for age groups and within adult football. There would still need to be special attention for the younger ages but all of that could be done directly via the SFA. I would like to see an All Scotland "non-league" cup competition run by the SFA directly but why would the current Highland league go for that? Without them on-board it wouldn't have the credibility which it would deserve. The idea of the LL moving up to 18 non-league clubs with two down per season and a play-off between the 3rd bottom LL club and top clubs from Tier 6 would work, and speed things up.
  6. Round 3 Results and matches scheduled for 27th Nov: Ardeer West Recreation Ayr 5 v 3 GD East Kilbride Arthurlie FC Amateurs SA 5 v 2 Ayr Annbank AS Airdrie SS v 27th Nov SS East Dunbartonshire Bannockburn CS v 27th Nov Ayr Stewarton United Blairmore SS 5 v 0 GD EK Thistle Colts Busby SA 5 v 3 GD Red Star Castlemilk BC SA 6 v 1 Ayr Crosshouse Waverley Catrine Ayr 0 v 4 CS Eastfield Craigneuk CS v 27th Nov Ayr Shortlees Dailly Ayr 8 v 0 SS Knightswood Dalziel HSFPs CA 0 v 2 CS Campsie Minerva Dinamo Paisley SS 3 v 4 CA Wishaw Wycombe Wanderers Dirrans Athletic Ayr 3 v 1 CS Blantyre RGM Drongan United Ayr v 27th Nov CS St. Patrick's FP Drumchapel United SS 3 v 0 SS St. Peter's Eaglesham CA v 27th Nov GC Glasgow Island East Kilbride Y.M. CA 4 v 3 GD Glebe Hibernian Garrowhill Thistle CS 0 v 4 CS Castlemilk Dynamo Gartcosh United CS 3 v 1 GC Clydeside Athletic Giffnock North AAC CA v 27th Nov Ayr Glenburn M W Glasgow Harp CA 4 v 1 SE RE: Hope Greenock HSFP CS 0 v 3 Ayr Tarbolton Houston United GG 1 v 1 ET:1-1. P:4-2. GG Vale of Leven Maryhill Thistle SS 4 v 1 GD Braehead Moorlands SS 3 v 4 CS Wishaw HSFP Oban Saints CS 3 v 3 ET:3-3. P:3-1. CA Westerlands Rhu AFC GG 0 v 9 SS Plains Shotts Bon Accord SS v 27th Nov SA Glynhill Moorcroft St. Mungo's CA v 27th Nov GG Calderglen Uddingston Anvil CS 4 v 2 Ayr Blacks Bar Viewfield Rovers GG v 27th Nov CS Tower Hearts Wishaw Rangers SS 2 v 2 ET:2-2. P:4-5. SS UB United
  7. Round 2 Results: Balerno Athletic LEAFA 0 v 2 S&DAFA Linlithgow Rose Community Bo'ness United Community LEAFA 5 v 2 CALE Milton Callander Thistle CALE 2 v 4 S&DAFA Braehead Cambusbarron Rovers CALE 0 v 1 CALE Stenhousemuir Community Cavalry Park SC LEAFA 1 v 1 ET: 1-1.P:3-2. S&DAFA Beechwood Albion Craigshill Thistle CSC LEAFA 3 v 3 ET: 3-3.P:7-6. S&DAFA Alva Dunipace S&DAFA 4 v 6 LEAFA Saughton Sounders Edinburgh Star LEAFA 3 v 1 S&DAFA Dollar Glen Edinburgh University 2nds LEAFA 5 v 2 LEAFA Corstorphine Dynamo Falkirk Athletic S&DAFA 1 v 5 LEAFA Meadowbank Fallin CSAFL 4 v 2 CALE Doune Castle Mill LEAFA 2 v 1 LEAFA Carrick Athletic Restalrig LEAFA 0 v 3 LEAFA Edinburgh United Vale Riverside S&DAFA 2 v 8 LEAFA Loganlea United Steins Thistle CSAFL 5 v 2 LEAFA Murieston United Tollcross Thistle LEAFA 7 v 3 CALE Stirling University
  8. One early match in Round 2: Stoneywood Parkvale Amateurs 2 v 5 Tarves
  9. Round 1 Result: Arbroath HSFP MAFA 0v1 DSMFL Stobswell Round 2 Results etc: Alyth PAFA 2 v 1 MAFA Forfar Athletic CSC Barnhill MAFA v Abandoned KoFAFA Kinross Breadalbane PAFA 0 v 4 DSMFL The Maidens Brechin Amateurs MAFA 0 v 4 MAFA Arbroath Harp Burrelton Rovers PAFA 4 v 2 DSMFL Powrie Carnoustie Panmure MAFA 2 v 4 KoFAFA Bridge of Earn Charlie Accies DSMFL 2 v 1 DSMFL Dundee West Clepington Social DSMFL 2 v 8 DSMFL Cairdy Thistle Craigie DSMFL 3 v 2 DSMFL Bank Street Athletic Dolphin DSMFL 2 v 3 PAFA Stanley Dryburgh Athletic DSMFL 19 v 1 PAFA Kinrossie Caledonian Dundee St James DSMFL scr v w/o PAFA Balmoral Fair City PAFA 0 v 2 DSMFL Fintry Athletic Fairmuir Social DSMFL p v p DSMFL Stobswell Finavon MAFA 3 v 1 DSMFL DUSC Invergowrie MAFA p v p PAFA Auchterarder Kelso DSMFL 2 v 2 ET:2-2. P:7-6 PAFA Ballinluig Kirrie Thistle CSC MAFA 1 v 2 PAFA Rattray Letham Colts PAFA 3 v 2 PAFA Bridgeton United Letham Community PAFA 3 v 2 DSMFL Clarks Lochee Celtic DSMFL scr v w/o DSMFL Riverside CSC Luncarty PAFA 4 v 2 PAFA Wolfhill Merpro MAFA 6 v 0 DSMFL St Andrews Colts Monifieth Athletic DSMFL 0 v 3 PAFA Jeanfield Swifts North End Amateurs DSMFL 3 v 6 PAFA Kettins Occidental DSMFL 5 v 1 DSMFL Sporting Club of Tayside Park Tool Athletic DSMFL 0 v 8 MAFA Broughty United Tayside Fire Brigade DSMFL 3 v 4 MAFA Morgan FP Vale of Atholl PAFA scr v w/o DSMFL St James Vale of Earn PAFA 13 v 0 DSMFL Cannon Fodder Wellbank MAFA 6 v 3 DSMFL Kirkton Whitfield Tavern DSMFL 2 v 3 DSMFL Riverside West End
  10. Round 2 Results etc: Balgonie Scotia KoFAFA 0 v 1 KoFAFA The Swifts FC Amateurs Bowhill Rovers KoFAFA 14 v 1 KoFAFA Kinross Colts 'B' East Vale KoFAFA scr v w/o KoFAFA Cupar Hearts Fife Thistle KoFAFA 2 v 4 KoFAFA Leslie Hearts Greig Park Rangers KoFAFA p v p KoFAFA AFC Kincardine Kennoway KoFAFA p v p KoFAFA Fife Star Kinross Colts Amateurs KoFAFA n/k v n/k KoFAFA Kennoway Star Hearts Leven Amateur KoFAFA 2 v 4 KoFAFA Pittenweem Rovers Markinch KoFAFA 2 v 0 KoFAFA Lumphinnans United Newburgh Juveniles KoFAFA 3 v 2 KoFAFA Hearts of Beath Newport MAFA 2 v 4 KoFAFA Methilhill Strollers & East Fife Rosebank Rangers KoFAFA w/o v scr KoFAFA Hearts of Beath Colts Rothes Juniors KoFAFA scr v w/o KoFAFA Burntisland United St Andrews Colts KoFAFA p v p KoFAFA Leven United Strathmiglo United KoFAFA p v p KoFAFA Benarty Astros University of St Andrews KoFAFA 1 v 2 KoFAFA Auchtermuchty Bellvue
  11. Round 2 results etc: Avendale (Stonehouse, Mid Lothian) SECAFL 1 v 4 BAFA Langlee Amateurs Coldstream Amateurs BAFA 2 v 4 SECAFL Machan United (Larkhall) Danderhall MW LEAFA 4 v 2 BAFA Hawick Legion Dunbar Athletic LEAFA 2 v 2 ET:2-2. P:4-3. LEAFA Pencaitland East Linton LEAFA 3 v 2 BAFA Biggar United Gala Fairydean Rovers BAFA p v p CSAFL Lesmahagow Gala Hotspur BAFA 0 v 4 LEAFA Linton Hotspur Hawick Colts BAFA p v p BAFA Spittal Rovers Hawick United BAFA 2 v 1 BAFA Greenlaw Kelso Thistle BAFA 3 v 7 LEAFA Loanhead Miners Langholm Legion BAFA w/o v scr BAFA Tweeddale Rovers Colts Musselburgh Windsor LEAFA 4 v 2 LEAFA Longniddry Villa Penicuik Athletic LEAFA 6 v 5 BAFA Stow Selkirk Victoria BAFA scr v w/o BAFA Tweeddale Rovers Tranent Amateurs LEAFA 4 v 0 BAFA Newtown Trinity SECAFL 2 v 1 BAFA Duns
  12. Away to East Dunbartonshire AFC (SSMAFL) or Kennoway AFC (KoFAFA)
  13. Taken from the SAFA Video of the Draw which was made via Twitter yesterday. (It has been sorted alphabetically by home club name.) 2021/22 Scottish Amateur Cup Draw for FOURTH Round: 4th December 2021 Alford AFC (AAFA) v Mauchline United AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Alva AFC (S&DAFA) v Fallin AFC (CSAFL) Annbank AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v Echt AFC (AAFA) Balgonie Scotia AFC (KoFAFA) v Goldenhill AFC (CSAFL) Castlemilk Dynamo AFC (CSAFL) v Bridge of Earn AFC (KoFAFA) Cupar Hearts AFC (KoFAFA) v West Park United (CSAFL) Drumchapel United AFC (SSMAFL) v Greig Park Rangers AFC (KoFAFA) Dumbarton Academy FP AFC (CALE) v Tranent AFC (LEAFA) East Dunbartonshire AFC (SSMAFL) or Kennoway AFC (KoFAFA) v Lesmahagow AFC (CSAFL) East Kilbride YM AFC (GGPAFL) v Edinburgh University AFC (LEAFA) EK Harp AFC (G&DSML) v Barnhill AFC (MAFA) v Cumnock AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Garrowhill Thistle AFC (CSAFL) v Drumchapel AFC (CSAFL) Giffnock North AAC AFC (CALE) v Carrick Athletic AFC (LEAFA) Glasgow South AFC (SSMAFL) v Rossvale Kelvinbridge AFC (GCAFA) Kilmarnock United AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v Southside United AFC (GCAFA) Kilsyth AFC (CALE) v St. Patrick's FP AFC (CSAFL) Kirkcaldy YMCA AFC (KoFAFA) v Knightswood AFC (SSMAFL) or Sandys AFC (LEAFA) Leith Athletic AFC (LEAFA) v Eastfield AFC (CSAFL) Linlithgow Rose C.C. AFC (S&DAFA) v Tower Hearts AFC (CSAFL) Lochgelly United AFC (KoFAFA) v Markinch AFC (KoFAFA) Maryhill Thistle AFC (SSMAFL) v Kettins AFC (PAFA) Milton AFC (CALE) v Steins Thistle AFC (CSAFL) Moorlands AFC (SSMAFL) v Tarbolton AFC (Ayrshire AFA) New Farm Loch AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v South Lochaber Thistle AFC (GGPAFL) Newshot AFC (GGPAFL) v Cowie Thistle AFC (AAFA) Shortlees AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v Eaglesham AFC (CALE) St. Joseph's FP AFC (CALE) v MTK Holytown AFC (G&DSML) Stobswell AFC (DSMAFL) v Stewarton United AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Stoneywood Parkvale Ams AFC (AAFA) v Harestanes AFC (CSAFL) Thorn Athletic AFC (CALE) v Meadowbank AFC (LEAFA) UB United AFC (SSMAFL) v Tollcross Thistle AFC (LEAFA) Wishaw HSFP AFC (CSAFL) v Glenburn Miners Welfare AFC (Ayrshire AFA)
  14. Free Bovril at every ground. Good idea! Anyone-else got any good ideas for Licence Criteria which will never happen? Maybe compulsory free entry for OAPs and or kids? Must have more covered seats than will ever be needed? No politicians allowed to have photos taken with winning sides or to present Cups etc?
  15. We will all have to wait and see what actually happened but could it be that the taxi driver became aware that the terrorist wanted to cause mayhem at the Anglican Cathedral Remembrance Day service so he decided to confine the terrorist to the taxi. This annoyed the guy so he parked as close as possible to the hospital in the hope that a) he, the driver, could get out before a blast and b) the driver, if injured, would be as close as possible to medical assistance? Pure guess work. Whatever happened, the taxi driver is a hull of a brave man.
  16. Round 3 Scheduled for 13th/20th and 27th November 2021: Ardeer West Recreation AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v East Kilbride AFC (GDSML) Arthurlie FC Amateurs (SAFL) v Annbank AFC (Ayrshire AFA) AS Airdrie AFC (SSMAFL) v East Dunbartonshire AFC (SSMAFL) Bannockburn AFC (CSAFL) v Stewarton United AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Blairmore AFC (SSMAFL) 5 v 0 EK Thistle Colts AFC (GDSML) Busby AFC (SAFL) v Red Star AFC (GDSML) Castlemilk BC AFC (SAFL) v Crosshouse Waverley AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Catrine AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v Eastfield AFC (CSAFL) Craigneuk AFC (CSAFL) v Shortlees AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Dailly AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v Knightswood AFC (SSMAFL) Dalziel HSFPs AFC (CALE) v Campsie Minerva AFC (CSAFL) Dinamo Paisley AFC (SSMAFL) v Wishaw Wycombe Wanerders AFC (CALE) Dirrans Athletic AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v Blantyre RGM AFC (CSAFL) Drongan United AFC (Ayrshire AFA) v St. Patrick's FP AFC (CSAFL) Drumchapel United (SSMFL) v St. Peter's AFC (SSMAFL) Eaglesham AFC (CALE) v Glasgow Island AFC (GCAFA) East Kilbride Y.M. AFC (CALE) v Glebe Hibernian (GDSML) Garrowhill Thistle AFC (CSAFL) v Castlemilk Dynamo AFC (CSAFL) Gartcosh United AFC (CSAFL) v Clydeside Athletic AFC (GCAFA) Giffnock North AAC AFC (CALE) v Glenburn M W (Ayrshire AFA) Glasgow Harp AFC (CALE) v RE: Hope AFC (SECAFL) Greenock HSFP AFC (CSAFL) v Tarbolton AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Houston United AFC (GGPAFL) v Vale of Leven AFC (GGPAFL) Maryhill Thistle AFC (SSMAFL) v Braehead AFC (GDSML) Moorlands AFC (SSMAFL) v Wishaw HSFP AFC (CSAFL) Oban Saints AFC (CSAFL) v Westerlands AFC (CALE) Rhu AFC (GGPAFL) v Plains AFC (SSMAFL) Shotts Bon Accord AFC (SSMAFL) v Glynhill Moorcroft AFC (SAFL) St. Mungo's AFC (CALE) v Calderglen AFC (GGPAFL) Uddingston Anvil AFC (CSAFL) v Blacks Bar AFC (Ayrshire AFA) Viewfield Rovers AFC (GGPAFL) v Tower Hearts AFC (CSAFL) Wishaw Rangers AFC (SSMFL) v UB United AFC (SSMAFL)
  17. 13th November: 1 v 3 Erskine AFC (GGPAFL) v Milton AFC (CALE) 1 v 4 Leven United AFC (KoFAFA) v Fallin AFC (CSAFL)
  18. Girvan's lights have been up and running for a while - mentioned elsewhere on P&B. Burntisland Shipyard and Wigtown & Bladnoch were also under the same pressures to get floodlit and retain their licences. Good to see that all three made it.
  19. Any idea what's the Prize money for being knocked out at each Round from Round 3 and onwards? How much to the Finalists?
  20. I wonder if all of the current SFA Board agree with the recent move to delete the HL?LL boundary. If they were against this then they have kept their heads below the parapet for now. Change at the top must surely come. You don't have to have a Scot as Chief Exec just because it's Scotland. Why not get someone from outside the bubble which is Scottish Football who is NOT stained by past associations and by past failures e.g. failing to get the pyramid sorted and unnecessarily interfering with the LL and failing to ratify or disagree with LL rule changes in good time for the current season. Then there's also failure, it seems, to have a policy about whether or not future international players can play for so called "B" teams in the Pyramid. Fortunately the younger players with promise are starting to appear once more and reach the National Squad.
  21. Would that give Drumchapel United a way to getlicenced too? Similar maybe with Rossvale at Petershill?
  22. Anyone know of news about Drumchapel United's new development at Halgreen? They had plans for an artificial pitch with floodlights back in 2016 with a 5 year lease from the Council. Presumably this was for the many teams that they run as much as for the WoS team?
  23. From the new teams thread maybe there will be some new faces in the league next season to freshen things up those left in Conference X: HibeeJibee Gold Members 17.9k My Team : Berwick Rangers Posted Thursday at 19:15 I've already heard of 3 amateur and youth clubs apparently interested - from Fife, Lothians, and Borders
  24. Sort of guy that when asked about global warming responds with "The planet has been heating up and cooling down throughout time, we survived the industrial revolution so it'll be fine". You're almost there. Yes the planet is cooling down compared to when it was formed but it will take a massive amount of time before it becomes a ball of ice. In the meantime the main issue for mankind, and the planet, is likely to be the pollution levels and the damage to the ozone layer - and they have an effect upon temperatures by raising them. Some of that cannot be controlled and some might be able to be controlled or slowed down. Other sources such as volcanic action cannot be controlled at all - the planet dictates to everyone on it. There is also the using up of the natural resources of the planet at an unsustainable level, without damage to other life forms, by the ever increasing human population. Releasing those resources needs energy. In general terms disposing of them means recycling in some form or other. Dumping in landfill or at sea is a massive issue in this respect. Having said all that it is sensible to acknowledge that sea levels were much lower thousands of years ago, so low that the Mediterranean Sea was not connected to the Atlantic Ocean and the eastern and southern coasts of the Britain were connected by land to continental Europe, and in the west Ireland was connected to the UK. It is fair comment to say that the rising sea levels which linked the Med to the Atlantic and cut off mainland Britain from Ireland and the Continent was nothing, whatsoever, to do with human beings.
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