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SPFL Development League - End of season review

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GoFitba continues the journey in Inverurie

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  After a successful season 2016/17 where the club were successful on a number of playing fronts with two ...

  • SPFL Development League - End of season review

  • GoFitba continues the journey in Inverurie

  • Early Sport Specialisation in Youth Footballers: Why it is Hurting Long-Term Development

  • Portlethen move a step closer to a new 3G pitch

  • CLUB SPOTLIGHT : The Futures Bright, The Futures Orange at Syngenta Juveniles

Glasgow and District Youth Football League Roundup
 
Author: Robert Wilson
 
Under 13s 
 
The under 13’s league is still up for grabs between Harmony Row and Rossvale Thistle who both sit on 53 points with 21 games played. 
 
Under 14s 
 
Clydebank United have won the league with an unbeaten season, winning 19 out of 20 and drawing one.

Under 15s 
 
The league has to go to a decider due to fact Blantyre Vics and Drumchapel United both have 48 points after 20 games. The game is set to be played this Saturday 4th of June.
 
Under 16s 
 
Larkhall United are 5 points ahead with two games remaining. If they lose their final two games then Erskine BC can still clinch the league. Looks unlikely though with Larkhall only having lost two games all season.

Under 17s 
 
Three teams are in the running here. Milton are strong favourites with four games remaining and still 2 points ahead. In second place is Renfrew Vic who only have two games left but are still well in the running with only 2 points to catch up. With a more outside chance is Goldenhill who are 9 points behind Milton but have the same number of games remaining, so they shouldn’t be overlooked. 
 
Under 19s

Campsie Black Watch and Bonnyton Thistle play off this weekend in a winner takes all decider!