2017–18 North Superleague
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|Champions||Banks O' Dee|
Banchory St. Ternan|
|Goals scored||669 (3.68 per match)|
The 2017–18 North Superleague is the seventeenth staging of the North Superleague, the highest tier of league competition in the North Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association. The winners of this competition are eligible to enter the 2018–19 Scottish Cup.
Member clubs for the 2017–18 season
Banks O' Dee are the reigning champions.
North First Division (East) champions Ellon United were promoted to the Superleague, however the West champions Spey Valley United declined promotion. An extra play-off spot would decide promotion/relegation. This spots would between North Superleague Clubs Dufftown and Buckie Rovers and in the North First Division (West) and (East) runners up Sunnybank and Montrose Roselea respectively. Dufftown defeated Sunnybank 3–2 to retain their Superleague place while Montrose Roselea were promoted after a 5–0 win over Buckie Rovers played at Colony Park.
|Club||Location||Ground||Manager||Finishing position 2016–17|
|Banchory St. Ternan||Crathes||Milton Park||Steve Scott||9th|
|Banks O' Dee||Aberdeen||Spain Park||Tommy Forbes & Sandy McNaughton||1st|
|Colony Park||Inverurie||Colony Park||Richard Davidson||7th|
|Culter||Peterculter||Crombie Park||Duncan Ord||3rd|
|Dufftown||Dufftown||Westburn Park||Michael Morrison||12th|
|Dyce Juniors||Dyce||Ian Mair Park||Mike McKenzie & Murray Rattray||2nd|
|Ellon United||Ellon||The Meadows||Steven Main||North First Division (East) 1st|
|Hall Russell United||Bridge of Don||Denmore Park||John Carroll||5th|
|Hermes||Bridge of Don||Uniconn Park||Neil Dawson||8th|
|Inverness City||Inverness||Lister Park||Jordan MacDonald||10th|
|Maud||Maud||Maud Pleasure Park||Allan Hale||11th|
|Montrose Roselea||Montrose||Broomfield Park||James Collier||North First Division (West) 2nd|
|Newburgh Thistle||Newburgh||Gallowshill Park||Lewis Muirhead||6th|
|Stonehaven||Stonehaven||Glenury Park||Ian Esslemont||4th|
||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Banks O' Dee (C)||26||22||3||1||81||22||+59||69||Qualification for 2018–19 Scottish Cup|
|10||Hall Russell United||26||8||7||11||29||41||−12||31|
|12||Newburgh Thistle (O)||26||7||6||13||45||49||−4||27||Qualification for North Region League play-off|
|13||Banchory St. Ternan (R)||26||6||4||16||41||71||−30||22||Relegation to North First Division|
|14||Inverness City (R)||26||5||3||18||31||74||−43||18|
Updated to games played on 28 June 2018.
Source: North Region JFA
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
|Home \ Away||BST||BOD||COL||CUL||DUF||DYC||ELL||HRU||HER||IVC||MAU||MON||NEW||SHV|
|Banchory St. Ternan||1–2||3–4||2–5||2–1||2–2||2–2||2–3||0–2||3–2||1–4||1–2||2–2|
|Banks O' Dee||10–0||5–0||2–1||6–1||0–2||3–0||5–0||3–0||4–1||1–0||3–2||5–2|
|Hall Russell United||2–0||0–3||0–3||1–0||0–3||1–2||3–4||0–0||0–0||2–0||2–1|
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