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Additions and updates

20 January Kirkcaldy & District Amateur League, East Fife Amateur League and Dumfries & District Amateur League

19 January I've added a number of Amateur league and cup winners. The official Scottish Amateur League website winners list starts at 1908-09 (when the Championship Trophy was first awarded) however my research shows that the league actually started in 1901 so the list here reflects that. Other competitions are the Scottish Amateur Cup, Caledonian League, Aberdeenshire Amateur League, Aberdeen FC Trophy, North of Scotland Amateur Cup, Fife Amateur Cup, Kingdom Caledonian Amateur League, Kingdom of Fife Amateur League, West of Scotland Amateur Cup, Lothian & Edinburgh Amateur League, East of Scotland Amateur Cup, Highland Amateur Cup, Midland Amateur League, North of Tay Amateur Cup, Central Scotland Amateur League, Ayrshire Amateur League, Ayrshire Amateur Cup, Border Amateur League, Border Amateur Cup and South of Scotland Amateur Cup

16 January  Clydebank & District Cup/League (1899-1901). I've also uncovered Duntocher Hibernian as the winners of the 1903-04 Dumbartonshire Junior League.

Clydebank were winners of a Western Junior League in 1904-05 and 1905-06

Glasgow Observer Charity Cup, Hundred Guineas Cup, Govanhill & District Junior Cup, Partick & District Junior Cup, South-Side Cup (Govan Junior competition), Tollcross & District Junior CupClydebank & District Junior Cup and Dumbartonshire Jubilee Shield

Weekly Record Cup, Irish Friendship Cup, Great War Shield, War Fund Cup, Partick Police Cup, Robertson Trophy, Glasgow Semi-Jubilee Cup, Glasgow Jubilee CupGlasgow Exhibition Junior Cup.  Bobby Walker Testimonial Cup and Clark Testimonial Shield

12 January The winners of North Caledonian FA competitions - North of Scotland Junior League, North of Scotland 2nd XI League, North Caledonian League (including additional membership lists), North of Scotland Junior Cup (1887-1935 version), North of Scotland 2nd XI Cup, North Caledonian Cup, Football Times Cup, Jock Mackay Memorial Cup, Chic Allan Memorial Cup, Morris Newton Cup, Ness Cup, Supplementary Cup, MacNicol Trophy and Frank Parker Shield

8 January Govan Junior League, Govan & Plantation Junior Cup, Govan Junior Jubilee Cup and Kirkwood Shield

6 January Queen's Park Shield winners. This is the premier championship for Scottish University teams.

I've added a partial table for the 1905-06 North of Scotland Junior League (now known as the North Caledonian League)

Davy Allan has amended the dates of several 1975-76 Reserve League matches (Aberdeen v Hearts, Hearts v Celtic and Hibs v Hearts)

A near complete table for the 1967-68 Aberdeen & District Junior League has been added.

I've added a page of winners and league memberships for Junior competitions in the north of Scotland, specifically the Moray to Ross-shire region. This area has not been researched as thoroughly as other areas and continues to be a work in progress. The competitions I have covered here are as follows: North of Scotland Junior League (this is the forerunner of the present North Caledonian League), Elgin & District Junior League, Morayshire Junior League (including a list of its membership), North Region Junior League (North Section) (also a membership list), Buckie & District Junior League, Banffshire Junior League, Banffshire Junior Cup, Ross-shire Junior League (including membership list), Inverness Junior LeagueNorth of Scotland Junior Cup (this version was the forerunner of the North Caledonian Cup), North of Scotland Junior Cup (post WWII version), Morayshire Junior Cup, Morayshire Rosebowl, Elginshire Cup, Connon Cup, Shand Cup, Munro Cup, Mortlach Cup, Campbell Cup, Fisherman's Cup, Clive Williamson Cup, Duke of Moray Shield, Matthew Cup, Gordon Williamson Cup, Nicholson Cup, Robertson Cup, Stewart Memorial Cup, White Horse Cup, Sunlight Cup, Buckie Junior Cup, Ashton Cup, Brown Cup, Lyon Cup, Wood Cup, Usher Cup, Ross-shire Junior Cup, Buckie & District Junior Consolation Cup, Victoria Cup, Daily Express Cup, Moray & District Junior Cup, Tom Gordon Cup and Robbie Nicol Memorial Trophy

29 December Lanarkshire Junior Cup, Lanarkshire Junior Consolation Cup, Lanarkshire Central Cup, Hozier Cup (also known as the South Lanarkshire Junior Cup), Lanarkshire Evening Citizen Cup, Coatbridge Wotherspoon Cup, Cambuslang & District Junior Cup, Lanarkshire 2nd XI Junior Cup, Larkhall Junior Charity Cup, Ardine Cup and Airdrie & District Junior Cup

Larkhall Charity Cup has been extend to include ties played in the revived competition played between 1905 and 1913

28 December Monifieth Junior League and Lochee & District Junior League

Perthshire Junior Cup, Constitutional Cup, Currie Cup, John Masson Cup, St Johnstone YM Cup, PA Cup, Perthshire Junior Charity Cup and Perthshire Rosebowl

Forfarshire Junior Cup (aka Inglis Cup), Forfarshire Junior Consolation Cup (aka Barrie Cup), Courier Cup, Telegraph Cup, Arbroath & District Junior Cup, Brechin Rosebowl, Dundee & District Junior Cup, Forfar & District Junior Cup, Kiddie Cup, Montrose & District Junior CupForfar & District Junior Charity Cup, Glasgow Clothing Cup, Angus Junior Shield, Angus Charity Cup, Jamieson Cup, Guide Cup, Broughty Ferry & District Junior Cup, Lorne Shield, Nicol Charity Cup, Brechin-America Cup, Forfar Businessman's Trophy, Laing Cup, Loftus Cup, Newgate Cup and Mathers Cup

27 December Davy has found the result of the replay for the 1882-83 Edinburgh 2nd XI Cup final, Hearts winning 3-0

Express Cup and Kinnabar Cup, two Kincardineshire Junior competitions from the late 1930s

26 December Western Junior League (1898-1902 version) and Greenock & District Junior League

Davy Allan (of the excellent Londonhearts site) has supplied a couple of results for the 1879-80 Edinburgh 2nd XI Cup. Won by Hibernian, they were awarded the trophy after winning the competition for a third straight season.

24 December Dumbartonshire Junior Cup, Renfrewshire Junior Cup, Renfrewshire Junior Consolation Cup, Renfrewshire-Dunbartonshire Junior Cup, Dumbartonshire Junior Charity Cup, Greenock & District Junior Cup, Greenock Junior Charity Cup, Kirkintilloch & District Junior Cup, Dunbartonshire Jubilee Shield, Paisley & District Junior Cup, Port-Glasgow & District Junior Cup, Renfrewshire Victory Cup, Carswell Cup, Johnstone Junior Charity Cup, Johnstone & District Junior Cup, Gourock & District Junior Cup, Paisley Junior Charity Cup and Renfrewshire County Junior Cup

21 December Fife Region Junior League, Fife Region Junior B Division Cup and Fife Region Junior League Cup

20 December Kirkcaldy Junior Cup, Fife Junior Cup, Cowdenbeath Junior Cup, Dunfermline Junior Cup, West Fife Junior Cup, Dunfermline Junior Shield, Fife Junior Shield, Laidlaw Shield, WT Menswear Cup, Whitbread Cup, Stella Artois Cup, Kingdom Cup, Clark Bennett Cup, Fife Junior Consolation Cup, Sinagoca Cup, Daily Express Cup, Balruddery Cup, Martin-White Cup, Armitage Cup, Drybrough Cup, Davidson Cup, McArthur Cup, East Coast Windows Cup, Montrave Cup (also known as the Gilmour Cup), East Fife Junior Cup, Barclay Cup, Mitchell Cup, Williamson Cup, Militia Competition, Wemyss Junior Cup, Nairn Cup, Linton Cup, Wilkinson Cup, Janetta Cup, Davidson Cup, Fernandini Cup, Motkin Cup, Wilson Charity Cup and Fife County Junior League Cup

16 December Ayrshire Region Junior League tables and Ayrshire Region Junior League Cup winners

15 December Aberdeen County Junior Trophy, North Regional Cup, Aberdeen County Junior Consolation Cup, Aberdeen Cable TV Cup, Aberdeen & District Victory Cup, Aberdeenshire Junior Shield, Archibald Cup, Aberdeenshire Junior Charity Cup, Duthie Cup, Figaro Cup, Fowler Cup, Jimmy Gibb Memorial Trophy, Harry Johnston Trophy, McLeman Cup, Martin & Johnston Trophy, Morrison Trophy, Simpson Sports Cup and Social Bathing Service Trophy and Dickerson Cup

13 December Scottish Premier Reserve League (1975-76, 1977-1980, 1982-1998), Scottish Reserve League (1976-1978, 1980-1982, 2012-13), Scottish Reserve League (West) (1978-2006), Scottish Reserve League (East) (1978-2005), SPL U21 League (1998-2004), SPL Reserve League (2004-2009, 2013-14), SPL U19 League (2009-2012), SPL U20 League (2013-14), SPFL Development League (2014-2018), SPFL Development League (West) (2014-2018), SPFL Development League (East) (2014-2018), SPFL Reserve League 1 (2018-date), SPFL Reserve League 2 (2018-date)

Scottish Combined Reserve League (1975-76), Central Reserve League (1976-77), Tayside Reserve League (1978-1983), Spring League Cup (1984-85)

Scottish Reserve League Cup (1975-2013), SPFL Reserve League Cup (2013-14), SPFL Reserve Cup (2018-date), SPFL Reserve Challenge Cup (2018-date)

10 December UPDATES Ayrshire Cup, West of Scotland Cup, Renfrewshire Cup, Aberdeenshire Charity Cup and Fleming Charity Cup (many thanks to Stewart Mathers for these additions. Please visit his site for the authorative record of 19th century Scottish Cup records.)

 

 

 

 

The Scottish Non League Review
was at the forefront of publishing research on Junior and Senior non-league football, the annual SNLR yearbook, the 'Bible of Non League football', being a must have.

Stewart Davidson decided to 'retire' after 30 years at the helm and has a number of his publications still available for sale at discounted prices. These booklets are hard to come by and contain a plethora of historical material; club histories, sourcebooks, league and cup histories including a complete record of the Scottish Qualifying Cup.

Stewart has compiled a list of the available books, please take a look and grab yourself a bargain!

 

Junior Scotland 1889 to 2019: The Players and Matches
Douglas Gorman and Tom McGouran have compiled the most comprehensive record of Scotland's junior international football team, Junior Scotland 1889 to 2019: The Players and Matches is available from 
LULU.COM

An excel spreadsheet giving a summary account of this (dates, line-ups, scorers etc) can be accessed HERE

To help fill in the missing information, they have compiled a NEEDS LIST. Please have a look and if you can help in any way please email me and I will forward it on to them.