|West of Scotland 21's opening day review|
Author: Tom Scott
Weekend round up for 18th August 2012.
Goals were the order of the day as the new Saturday season kicked-off in the LSK Supplies-sponsored West of Scotland Under-21 Youth League.
Pride of place in the high-scoring department went to Rutherglen Glencairn, who netted 14 against luckless Dumbarton Accies 2.
Premier champions Campsie Black Watch and Knightswood shared six goals, while Scottish Cup holders Harmony Row beat hosts Drumchapel United 3-2.
St Peters have added on the Giffnock North name to their team tag this season, and lost 8-2 at Goldenhill.
Promoted The Celtic Boys Club got off to a great start with a 2-0 victory at Neilston Juniors.
A new-look Second Division has been created after East Kilbride Thistle, Greater Easterhouse F.C. and Harmony Row (Reds) pulled out before a ball was kicked. Their demise would have left 8 clubs apiece in both the Second and Third Divisions, so a new structure has been put in place.
Good wins for newcomers Arsenal BC and Vale of Clyde, while Faifley ran up eight goals.
RESULTS: Premier Division - Goldenhill 8, St Peters Giffnock North 2; Campsie 3, Knightswood 3; Drumchapel 2, Harmony Row 3; Hillwood 0, Baillieston Juniors 6; Tower Hearts 4, Glasgow Ams 0; Dumbarton Accies 2, Rutherglen Glencairn 14.
First Division Busby 2, Steins 4; Johnstone Burgh 6, Clydeside1; Neilston 0, The Celtic BC 2; Rossvale 6,
Drumchapel Ams 5; Vale of Leven 1, Clydebank 4.
Second Division - Eastwood 2, Barrhead Arthurlie 4; Kilsyth 2, Erskine 2; EK Rolls Royce 3, Johnstone Burgh FCBC 1; Arsenal 4, Pollok Juvs 1; Port Glasgow 1, Vale of Clyde 3; Faifley 8, Loudon 1.