Lowlands Development League Structure

The Scottish Lowlands Development League are delighted to confirm the conference structure for the new season.

As confirmed last week 68 clubs will compete in the league when we kick off later this year.

The sub-committee, which oversee the league, have been busy over the last few weeks working on the conferences are delighted to confirm the following:

East

 Conference A                                Conference B

Edinburgh City Lothian Thistle HV
Spartans FC East Fife
Edinburgh United Blackburn United
Bonnyrigg Rose Dalkeith Thistle
Edinburgh University Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Musselburgh Athletic University of Stirling
Kelty Hearts Heriot-Watt University
Penicuik Athletic Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts
Preston Athletic Civil Service Strollers
Camelon Dunipace
Gala Fairydean Rovers Leith Athletic
Glenrothes Tynecaslte
Edinburgh South Whitehill Welfare
Kennoway Star Hearts Jeanfield Swifts
Kirkcaldy & Dysart  
Sauchie  

West 

 Conference A                                                                                                                       Conference B                                                                                                                        Conference C

Bellshill Athletic Benburn Ardorssan Winton Rovers
Blantyre Victoria Clydebank Arthurlie
Bonnyton Thistle Drumchapel Beith
BSC Glasgow Johnston Burgh Cumnock
Caledonian Braves Maryhill Darvel
Carluke Rovers Polloc Irvine Meadow
Cumbernauld Colts Renfrew Kilwinning Rangers
East Kilbride Rossvale Largs Thistle
Forth Wanderers St Anthony’s Maybole
Kirkintilloch Rob Roy St Cadocs Neilston
Mid Annandale Vale of Leven Troon
Newmains United Yoker Athletic Whittles Victoria
Shettleston    
St Roch’s    

 League secretary Gary McClelland said: “Despite the current issues facing us we are delighted that we are now in a position to confirm the conferences for the season.

“A lot of work has gone into this and I would like to thank the sub-committee for all the work they have put in looking at applications and working up the conferences.

“Hopefully we will be able to confirm a start date in due course as well as announce what, if any, cup we will be able to play depending on when we get back to playing football.”

The league hope to be in a position to announce a proposed start date within the next week or two.