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Lowland Development League Conferences Confirmed

Written by  Owen McCarrey

The Scottish Lowland Development League have tonight announced how the new East and West Regions will be structured for season 20/21.

 

Last week, 68 teams were confirmed to be taking part in the brand new Lowlands Development League – but this is the first announcement as to the set up of each new conference.

 

The 30-team East Region is split into two conferences, with 16 teams in Conference A and 14 teams in Conference B.

 

The 38-team West Region is split into three conferences, in a 14-12-12 split.

 

The layout for the East Conferences is as follows:

 

Conference A:

 

Bonnyrigg Rose
Camelon
Edinburgh City
Edinburgh South
Edinburgh United
Edinburgh University
Gala Fairydean Rovers
Glenrothes
Kelty Hearts
Kennoway Star Hearts
Kirkcaldy & Dysart
Musselburgh Athletic
Penicuik Athletic
Preston Athletic
Sauchie
Spartans

 

Conference B:

 

Blackburn United
Civil Service Strollers
Dalkeith Thistle
Dunipace
East Fife
Heriot-Watt University
Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts
Jeanfield Swifts
Leith Athletic
Lothian Thistle HV
Tynecastle
University of Stirling
Whitehill Welfare

 

The layout of the West Conferences is as follows:

 

Conference A:

 

Bellshill Athletic

Blantyre Victoria

Bonnyton Thistle

BSC Glasgow

Caledonian Braves

Carluke Rovers

Cumbernauld Colts

East Kilbride

Forth Wanderers

Kirkintiloch Rob Roy

Mid Annandale

Newmains United

Shettleston

St Roch’s

 

Conference B:

 

Benburb

Clydebank

Drumchapel

Johnstone Burgh

Maryhill

Pollok

Renfrew

Rossvale

St Anthony’s

St Cadocs

Vale of Leven

Yoker Athletic

 

Conference C:

 

Ardrossan Winton Rovers

Arthurlie

Beith

Cumnock

Darvel

Irvine Meadow

Kilwinning Rangers

Largs Thistle

Maybole

Neilston

Troon

Whittles Victoria

 

Currently there is no confirmed date to when the new Development League will proceed with fixtures, however the West of Scotland Football League are aiming to have their season potentially up and running by October.

Last modified on Tuesday, 07 July 2020 11:30
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