With preseason well under way and the league kicking off this month – it’s a good time to see how some of the teams are shaping up for the new season.
The Scottish Lowlands Development League are delighted to confirm the conference arrangements for the coming season.
The Scottish Lowland Football League can confirm that the majority of member clubs have voted in favour of admitting Rangers and Celtic ‘B’ teams into the league next season – for one year only.
It’s advantage Kelty after the first leg, as goals from Kallum Higginbotham and Cammy Russell gave them a narrow lead before heading to Glebe Park on Sunday.
The Scottish Lowland Football League can confirm that member clubs have voted in favour of a proposal allowing Rangers and Celtic ‘B’ teams to take part in next season’s competition – for one season only. Continue reading “Member clubs vote in favour of ‘B’ team proposal”
Kelty progressed to the next stage of the League 2 Promotion Play-Off after a 6-1 aggregate victory over Brora Rangers and will now face Brechin City next week.
It’s advantage Kelty at the end of leg 1 as Barry Ferguson’s men travel back to Fife with a two goal cushion.
The Scottish Lowland Football League (SLFL) can today confirm that it has entered into discussions to invite Rangers and Celtic ‘B’ teams to enter the league for next season (2021/22) on a one-season basis.