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About JuniorFitba.com

WELCOME to JuniorFitba.com – a site that aims to be provide news, results and opinion for the rest of us.

Whilst the senior game is enjoys wall-to-wall coverage in the press we’re aiming to create our own little piece of football heaven. A place to give junior football in Scotland and it’s fans the kind of coverage it deserves.

The main aim of the site, sponsored by Ladbrokes, is to offer a full results service as well as match reports for all top-flight West and East teams.

We will carry news and views from all junior clubs and update you with everything that’s happening at your club.

Initially, we are producing dedicated club pages for all 24 West Premier and East Superleague outfits – so check out your team’s page for the latest news – but in time we hope to add EVERY junior team in the country.

In order to do that we need the site to be successful and we hope that you’ll keep coming back. That way we’ll be able to attract more sponsors and advertisers and be able to grow our small team into one that can provide total coverage of the junior game. If you’re interested in advertising with us, either on club page that exists or one that doesn’t get in touch with us.

Meanwhile, we will concentrate on posting match reports and results faster than anyone else – and updating pages all week.

A Word on our Sponsors

Ladbrokes are keen to promote junior football as they celebrate once again taking bets on the games and their support has allowed us to create this brand new site.

Social Media

Twitter feeds from clubs will feature on the site and we’re happy to post any news or dates of events and fundraisers so club secretary please keep in touch.

If you’re a regular on twitter and provide live score updates for your team you can also use the #juniorslive hashtag. We’ll be publishing every tweet that features that hashtag so that you can get all the latest scores as they happen in one place.

Meet the Team

Stuart Coleman

Stuart has been the Daily Record’s East Region junior football reporter for the past few seasons but his love affair with the juniors goes way back.

He grew up in Kilsyth and would be regularly seen at Duncansfield watching his local team Kilsyth Rangers before starring in their U18’s team.

This coincided with Stuart signing at Clyde on youth forms before turning professional where he spent two seasons on the fringes of the first team under Alex Smith then Gardner Spiers.

Things didn’t work out for Stuart at Clyde so he resurrected his football career at the award winning Campsie Black Watch U21’s before moving into the junior ranks enjoying spells at Dunipace and Cumbernauld United.

Stuart retired from playing at an early age to concentrate on activities outside football before returning to amateur level where he enjoyed success once again playing for Bannockburn and Kilsyth Amateurs.

Stuart loves being involved in football at any level and he is especially passionate about following the fortunes of the teams in the East Region where he will be found out and about at a game every Saturday.

He won’t admit which junior team he has a special interest in or which team he follows but maybe that’s because the team he supported as a boy have fallen from grace in recent times and now he has turned to watching REAL football.

Watch out for Stuart’s match reports and preview pieces on the site as someone who used to play at junior level tells the story of the game how it really is

Scott McAlpine
Scott is a lover of all things sport and is just back from the Olympics where he wrote for several high-profile websites. His buzz moment was seeing live the sprint fights between Bolt and Blake but he’d rather watch Auchinleck v Arthurlie or Beith v Bankies.
Scott is a full-time contributor to many websites including the mrfixitstips.co.uk betting site where he has built up a following with his knowledge of football and incisive wit.
He claims not to have a favourite junior team but certainly knows his way to Newlandsfield. Scott, a young man with an old head on his shoulders, is looking forward to the start of the league season and devoting much of his time to the juniors.
He says the work will ensure he sees less of his much-maligned girlfriend “Chunky”.
Paul Jain
Paul, better known as Mr Fixit, has been the Daily Record’s football betting man for 20 years.
His popular columns appear every Saturday and midweek in Scotland’s biggest paper. Paul also has his own website, mrfixitstips.co.uk, providing daily tips to an army of fans.
He is a lifelong Clydebank fan, continuing to watch them every week after their fall from grace as a senior side into the juniors. Paul will contribute junior betting columns to the site, no doubt with a Clydebank slant – so if you’re not Bankie-minded he’ll bore you to tears.

Junior Football Reporters

We’ve a network of dedicated reporters who’ll be filing match reports to JuniorFitba.com’s HQ each and every Saturday. They’re our eyes on the action and our ear to the ground when it comes to news, interviews and transfers.

But don’t forget we’re looking for fans to get involved too so if you have an opinion to express or topic you want to write about we’d love to hear from you.

Junior football fans – this is your website. Use it, tell your friends – and let’s make it grow into the No.1 spot for anything to do with the juniors. Enjoy.