Doune’s aim to earn Premier status
Doune Castle will be joined by near neighbours Callander Thistle and long-time rivals Cambusbarron Rovers in this season’s Caledonian League Division 1A.
Relegated after a tough 2017-18, Castle will be hoping to bounce back into the Premier at the first time of asking and as well as Callander and Cambusbarron, they will have to contend with Eaglesham, Eddlewood, FC Dal Riata, Kilsyth, Milngavie Wanderers, Symington Tinto and Weirs Recreation.
Milton will be the only local representatives in the Premier League alongside Cambria, Dalziel HSFP, Dumbarton Academy FP, Finnart, Giffnock North, Glasgow Harp, Glasgow University, Stenhousemuir Community, Strathclyde University, Thorn Athletic andWishawWycombe Wanderers.
Dunblane Soccer Academy and Stirling University have moved from the Stirling and District Amateur League and will play in Division 1B alongside Balmore, East Kilbride YM, Holytown Colts, Rhu, Rothesay Brandane, St Mungos, Viewfield Rovers and Westerlands.
The league season begins next month.
Hitman Striker Lukasz Duszynski was Doune’s top scorer last season