Scottish Junior Football Ayrshire Division One

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Scottish Junior Football Ayrshire Division One
Founded2002 (18 years ago) (2002)
Folded2018
Country Scotland
Number of teams12
Promotion toSuper League First Division
Relegation tonone
Domestic cup(s)Scottish Junior Cup
Last championsDalry Thistle
(2017–18)
WebsiteSJFA

The Scottish Junior Football Ayrshire Division One (also known as the Ayrshire District League) 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.

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 season[edit]

Club Location Home Ground Finishing position 2015–16
Annbank United Annbank New Pebble Park 9th
Ardeer Thistle Stevenston Ardeer Stadium 11th
Ardrossan Winton Rovers Ardrossan Winton Park Super League First Division, 12th
Craigmark Burntonians Dalmellington Station Park 7th
Dalry Thistle Dalry Merksworth Park 8th
Darvel Darvel Recreation Park 3rd
Kello Rovers Kirkconnel Nithside Park 6th
Lugar Boswell Thistle Lugar Rosebank Park 5th
Maybole Maybole Ladywell Stadium Super League First Division, 14th
Muirkirk Muirkirk Burnside Park 10th
Saltcoats Victoria Saltcoats Campbell Park 12th
Whitletts Victoria Ayr Dam Park 4th

Season summaries[edit]

Season Champions Also promoted
2002–03 Lugar Boswell Thistle N/A
2003–04 Maybole Saltcoats Victoria
2004–05 Largs Thistle Annbank United
2005–06 Irvine Meadow Girvan
2006–07 Kilbirnie Ladeside Maybole
2007–08 Hurlford United Girvan
2008–09 Dalry Thistle Whitletts Victoria
2009–10 Hurlford United Kilwinning Rangers
2010–11 Ardrossan Winton Rovers Dalry Thistle
2011–12 Maybole Kello Rovers
2012–13 Kilwinning Rangers Troon
2013–14 Irvine Victoria Ardeer Thistle
2014–15 Ardrossan Winton Rovers Kilwinning Rangers
2015–16 Girvan Irvine Victoria
2016–17 Darvel Kello Rovers
2017–18 Dalry Thistle Irvine Victoria

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