Glasgow City Blacks won the Scottish Cup with a superb final victory at Toryglen, following an equally impressive semi-final victory over Celtic. It clinched the treble in a memorable season for them. Credit has to go to the runners up, Aberdeen FCL 12s, who despite being one of the youngest teams in the competition, made it all the way to the showpiece final.
Eilish McSorley League (South West)
Clark Drive were victorious in an exciting title race that was open to a number of teams until the final weeks. They saw off Rutherglen, Queen of the South and Scottish Cup quarter finalists KSC, to seal the title in November.
Jane Ross League (West)
Glasgow Girls won this league amassing an impressive 40 points from 42 available. Their closest challengers were St. Mirren YFC. The two team drew 4-4 when they first met in March but Glasgow Girls ran out 8-2 winners when the sides met again in August.
Lisa Evans League (East - Dundee/Angus)
Monifieth Reds won this league collecting an amazing maximum points tally of 54 over the season. Forfar Farmington Falcons did their best to stop this and ran the champions very close in their final encounter of the season.
Lisa Evans League (East - Fife/Perth)
Double winners Bayside won this league totalling 66 points from 22 games, a maximum points tally. The race for second in this league was very close with 6 points separating Raith Rovers in second and Dunfermline in 6th.
Rachael Small League (North)
Aberdeen FC Ladies Youth 13's won this league winning all of their 22 games and collecting 66 points. Deveronvale Girls 13's put in a valiant effort but in their final meeting of the season couldn't stop Aberdeen running out 4-0 winners.
Kim Little League (South East)
Hibernian won this league with a total of 33 points from 12 games. Their only defeat of the season came from closest challengers Penicuik Athletic Blues. The Blues won 4-1 on the day but this had no effect on their league standings as Hibernian still won the league by a four point margin.
Hayley Lauder League (South East)
Musselburgh Windsor won this league with 35 points from 14 games, beating closest challengers Hutchison Vale by 7 points.
Kirsty Smith League (South East)
Murieston United Reds were the eventual winners of this league, pipping second place Boroughmuir Thistle Jags by four points. These two teams had a close battle all season, when they first met Murieston ran out 3-1 winners but in the latter part of the season Boroughmuir were 4-3 winners to take the title race to the wire.
Lizzie Arnot League (South East)
Hearts Ladies 12's won this league by the narrow margin of two points over Edinburgh rivals Hibernian Development. The games against each other are what decided the destination of the title with Hearts winning the games on both occasions, inflicting Hibernian’s only defeats of the season.
Kim Little League (Central/West/South West)
Glasgow City Blacks were victorious, adding the league title to their Scottish Cup and League Cup triumphs, in a memorable campaign.
Leanne Ross League (Central)
In one of the closest calls, Cumbernauld Colts pipped Motherwell to the title. The two sides were inseparable for most of the season, but Colts pipped the Well at the last.
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