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no chance of lok having floodlights 

junior cup could be renamed

tom johnston memorial cup

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Since the Junior Cup is just a fairly recent replica and some people are happy with it being renamed, do you really need to keep the trophy?

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14 minutes ago, FairWeatherFan said:

Soul Mates

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Whit?!? 

Bizarre. 

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"Ambition is bad" is brought to you by the same people who gave us "only snobs live in bought hooses/read the Scotsman or Glasgow Herald" and working class people shouldn't go to university because "it's no for the likes of us". I fucking despise these people, just in case there was any doubt about that.

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2 minutes ago, patriot1 said:

Whit?!? 

Bizarre. 

Tell me this is not an official club release.what a mentality if it is.

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Since the Junior Cup is just a fairly recent replica and some people are happy with it being renamed, do you really need to keep the trophy?


Any reason it was retired? Obviously the original SC is still used, was there concern it was wearing or something?

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10 minutes ago, Lowland team said:

Tell me this is not an official club release.what a mentality if it is.

Their mentality is Juniors is best. Know your place. etc.

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2 minutes ago, San Starko Rover said:

 


Any reason it was retired? Obviously the original SC is still used, was there concern it was wearing or something?

 

The Scottish Cup is only used for the presentation, otherwise it lives in the museum 

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The Scottish Cup is only used for the presentation, otherwise it lives in the museum 


Yes but it’s still used, is the original SJC used for the presentation?

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30 minutes ago, San Starko Rover said:

 


Any reason it was retired? Obviously the original SC is still used, was there concern it was wearing or something?

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This season will see the Scottish Junior F.A. purchase a replacement Cup. An identical replica of the existing cup, which is now starting to show signs of wear and tear after a hundred years of all sorts of beverages being sampled from it on Cup Final day - and beyond.

https://www.scottishjuniorfa.com/scottish-junior-cup/history-of-junior-cup/

The article is a bit old as it references 160 clubs. So not sure when "this season" was. 2017-18?

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11 minutes ago, FairWeatherFan said:

https://www.scottishjuniorfa.com/scottish-junior-cup/history-of-junior-cup/

The article is a bit old as it references 160 clubs. So not sure when "this season" was. 2017-18?

2013-14 according to Wikipedia.

1 hour ago, nicotina said:

no chance of lok having floodlights

Why not?

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4 hours ago, craigkillie said:

That's tier 3 of their non-league pyramid, not their overall pyramid, btw.

Its everything below the 3 National Leagues, ie NL, NL North and NL South.

So its Tier 7 and everything below.

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1 minute ago, Ginaro said:

2013-14 according to Wikipedia.

Why not?

Would guess concern for Lok having lights is planning permission with residential flats on 3 sides of the ground, all at a height that could suffer from light pollution.

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The current list of clubs that will join the WoSFL:


1. Clydebank (SJFA West Region Premiership)

2. Kilwinning Rangers (SJFA West Region Premiership)

3. Rutherglen Glencairn (SJFA West Region Premiership)

4. Bellshill Athletic (SJFA West League One)

5. Drumchapel United PYM (Central Scottish Amateur Premier Division)

6. Neilston Juniors (SJFA West Region Championship)

7. Maryhill (SJFA West League One)

8. Kello Rovers (SJFA West League One)

9. Blantyre Victoria (SJFA West Region Championship)

10. Kirkintilloch Rob Roy (SJFA West Region Premiership)

11. Vale of Clyde (SJFA West League Two)

12. Renfrew (SJFA West Region Championship)

13. Royal Albert (SJFA West League One)

14. Arthurlie (SJFA West Region Championship)

15. Newmains United (SJFA West League Two)

16. Kilsyth Rangers (SJFA West Region Championship)

17. Whitletts Victoria (SJFA West Region Championship)

18. Gartcairn Juniors (SJFA West Region Championship)


More applicants to follow to be added to the growing list!

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6 minutes ago, Doonhamer1969 said:

Its everything below the 3 National Leagues, ie NL, NL North and NL South.

So its Tier 7 and everything below.

Tier 7 or Step 3 as they like to call it and below, starting with the top flights of the Northern Premier League, Isthmian League and Southern League.

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