West of Scotland League Central District First Division

The Central District League First Division was the third-tier division of the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association. The two highest-placed teams at the end of the season were promoted to the Super League, First Division. The three lowest-placed teams were relegated to Central District Second Division.

West of Scotland League Central District First Division
Founded2002 (18 years ago) (2002)
Folded2018
Country Scotland
Number of teams14
Promotion toSuper League First Division
Relegation toCentral District Second Division
Domestic cup(s)Scottish Junior Cup
Last championsRossvale F.C.
(2017–18)
WebsiteSJFA

It sat below region-wide division and alongside an 'Ayrshire' geographical equivalent (with one division), representing the Ayrshire League and Central League which merged to form the West Region.

In 2018, the lower leagues in the West Region were reorganised, no longer being split geographically, with the result that the Central First and Second Divisions and the Ayrshire Division merged and were separated into two tiers (League One and League Two).

Member clubs for the 2016–17 seasonEdit

Club Location Home Ground Finishing position 2015–16
Bellshill Athletic Bellshill Rockburn Park Super League First Division, 13th
Benburb Govan, Glasgow New Tinto Park Central District Second Division, 2nd
Cambuslang Rangers Cambuslang Somervell Park Central District Second Division, 3rd
Forth Wanderers Forth Kingshill Park Central District Second Division, 1st
Greenock Juniors Greenock Ravenscraig Stadium Super League First Division, 11th
Johnstone Burgh Johnstone Keanie Park 7th
Larkhall Thistle Larkhall Gasworks Park 6th
Lesmahagow Lesmahagow Craighead Park 9th
Neilston Juniors Neilston Brig O'Lea Stadium 11th
Rossvale Springburn, Glasgow Petershill Park1 4th
St. Roch's Provanmill, Glasgow James McGrory Park 5th
Thorniewood United Viewpark Robertson Park 10th
Vale of Clyde Tollcross, Glasgow Fullarton Park 8th
Wishaw Juniors Wishaw Beltane Park 3rd

1 Groundsharing with Petershill

Season summariesEdit

Season Champions Also promoted Relegated
2002–03 Kilsyth Rangers N/A St Roch's, Lesmahagow, Blantyre Victoria
2003–04 Cambuslang Rangers Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Port Glasgow, Lanark United, Glasgow Perthshire
2004–05 Vale of Clyde Dunipace Juniors Benburb, Carluke Rovers
2005–06 Lesmahagow East Kilbride Thistle Greenock Juniors, Thorniewood United, Shettleston
2006–07 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Clydebank Cambuslang Rangers, Vale of Leven, Glasgow Perthshire
2007–08 Port Glasgow Lanark United Blantyre Victoria, Dunipace Juniors, St Roch's
2008–09 Rutherglen Glencairn Ashfield Yoker Athletic, Benburb, Johnstone Burgh
2009–10 Cumbernauld United Shotts Bon Accord Lesmahagow, Larkhall Thistle, Maryhill
2010–11 Kilsyth Rangers Thorniewood United Johnstone Burgh, Blantyre Victoria
2011–12 Glasgow Perthshire Yoker Athletic Cambuslang Rangers, Vale of Leven, Vale of Clyde
2012–13 Greenock Juniors Lesmahagow East Kilbride Thistle, St Roch's, Port Glasgow
2013–14 Neilston Juniors Shettleston Glasgow Perthshire, Johnstone Burgh, Cambuslang Rangers
2014–15 Blantyre Victoria Bellshill Athletic Benburb, Lanark United, Ashfield
2015–16 Renfrew Maryhill Carluke Rovers, St Anthony's, Dunipace Juniors
2016–17 Cambuslang Rangers Larkhall Thistle Vale of Clyde, Bellshill Athletic, Johnstone Burgh
2017–18 Rossvale St Roch's, Benburb, Neilston Juniors Forth Wanderers, Thorniewood United, Lesmahagow

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