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2 hours ago, New gun said:

Creetown at home the morra 

It’ll be good to see a game down at Castle Cary again , it’s been a wee while and great to see Abbey Vale going with the switch  - really looking forward to this one 

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7 minutes ago, Psychotic Reaction said:

What a time to b alive !!!!

In what sense PR ? Good to see games going ahead on grass parks at this time of year and all credit to the various members of the Ground Staff at these wee clubs 

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You're bang on there. Anyone one involved in this league , or any other come to it, deserve every bit of credit going . A thankless job made no easier by snidey  comments on here .

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If the rain thats forecast arrives a cant see many grass parks playable today with the waterlevels being so high already

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7 hours ago, fullback said:

Some result for the Creetown yesterday info

Always pleased to see Shire teams winning. Also good to see teams making an effort to get games played. 

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21 minutes ago, Brian Mcculloch Glasgow said:

Saturday 13th Kelly Hearts 2 Threave 2 2.30pm South Regional Challenge Cup R3
Threave go through 5-4 on penalties after extra time.

Really great result for the south, have to say I didn’t see it coming at all, well done threave

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On 15/01/2018 at 13:30, left half said:

Highlights are on EOS League P & B .

Isn't it time that fans of the clubs in the South of Scotland League posted on P&B what they want for the future ? Perhaps :

(1) being merged into a new (senior) West of Scotland pyramid feeder league (WoSL) ?

(2) staying as an independent pyramid league at tier 6 ?

(3) transferring en bloc to the EoSL, as a separate Dumfries & Galloway Division at tier 7 (assuming the EoSL has regional Divisions  in 2019/20)

(4) transferring to the new WoSL (if it is formed) at tier 7, whilst acknowledging that a couple of SoSFL clubs may seek to join at tier 6 at the outset.

This is a pivotal moment for Scottish non league football, and it would be good to hear your views about your league. Now.

 

  

 

Edited by Robert James

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