Scottish Junior Football North Division One

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Scottish Junior Football North Division One
Country  Scotland
Founded 2003
Number of teams 23
Promotion to North Superleague
Relegation to no relegation
Domestic cup(s) Scottish Junior Cup
Current champions Inverness City (West)
Cruden Bay (East)
Website SJFA North Region

The Scottish Junior Football North Division One known as the PMAC Group First Division is the second-tier of the North Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association. Clubs at the end of the season are promoted to the North Superleague. From 2013, the division will comprise two West and East sections running in parallel. The North Second Division, which clubs had previously been relegated into, was abolished as part of this change.[1]

Member clubs for the 2014–15 season[edit]

First Division (West)[edit]

Fochabers went into abeyance at the end of the 2013–14 season after finishing in 10th place. Lossiemouth United return from a season of abeyance while Grantown and Spey Valley are new members.

Club Location Home Ground Finishing position 2013–14
Buckie Rovers Buckie Merson Park 7th
Burghead Thistle Burghead Forest Park 4th
Dufftown Dufftown Westburn Park 2nd
Forres Thistle Forres Logie Park 6th
Grantown Nethy Bridge Nethy Bridge Playing Field N/A
Islavale Keith Simpson Park 3rd
Lossiemouth United Lossiemouth Coulardbank Playing Fields in abeyance
Nairn St. Ninian Nairn Showfield Park 8th
Portgordon Victoria Buckie Linzee Gordon Park 5th
Spey Valley Cromdale Cromdale Park N/A
Whitehills Whitehills School Park 9th

First Division (East)[edit]

Aberdeen University are new members.

Club Location Home Ground Finishing position 2013–14
Aberdeen University Aberdeen Hillhead Centre N/A
Bridge of Don Thistle Aberdeen Hillhead Centre 2nd
Buchanhaven Hearts Peterhead Raemoss Park 9th
Colony Park Inverurie Colony Park 3rd
East End Aberdeen New Advocates Park North Superleague, 13th
Fraserburgh United Fraserburgh College Park 7th
Glentanar Aberdeen Woodside Sports Complex 4th
Lewis United Aberdeen Aberdeen Sports Village 5th
Longside Longside Davidson Park North Superleague, 14th
Newmachar United Newmachar Charles Gordon Park 10th
Parkvale Portlethen Findon Park 6th
Sunnybank Aberdeen Heathryfold Park 8th

League Champions[edit]

Season Winners Runner Up Third
1990–91 Fraserburgh United Crombie Sports Longside
1991–92 Buchanhaven Hearts Longside Insch
1992–93 East End Lewis United Formartine United
1993–94 Longside Hall Russell United Crombie Sports
1994–95 Hermes Formartine United Banks O' Dee
1995–96 Banks O' Dee Banchory St. Ternan Lewis United
1996–97 Lewis United Hermes Formartine United
1997–98 Cruden Bay Aberdeen Lads Club East End
1998–99 Banks O' Dee East End Buchanhaven Hearts
1999–00 Cruden Bay Buchanhaven Hearts Hall Russell United
2000–01 Culter Wilson's XI Glentanar
2001–02 Aberdeen Lads Club Lewis United Banchory St. Ternan
2002–03 Turriff United Fraserburgh United Lewis United
2003–04 Maud Ellon United Deveronside
2004–05 Parkvale Fraserburgh United Islavale
2005-06 Dyce Islavale Maud
2006-07 East End Maud Banchory St. Ternan
2007-08 Banchory St. Ternan Lewis United Aberdeen Lads Club
2008-09 Buchanhaven Hearts Formartine United Strathspey Thistle
2009-10 Fraserburgh United Inverness City Stonehaven
2010-11 Inverness City Forres Thistle Glentanar
2011-12 Inverness City Fraserburgh United Deveronside
2012-13 New Elgin East End Inverness City
2013-14 (West) Inverness City
(East) Cruden Bay
Bridge of Don Thistle
Colony Park


  1. ^ Easton, Richard (9 June 2013). "Clubs agree to league reconstruction". SJFA, North Region. Retrieved 10 June 2013.