Doune’s aim to earn Pre­mier sta­tus

Stirling Observer - - REVIEWS -

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

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