S.C.S.L. Season 193

Season Summary

S.C.S.L. Season 193
Division A — Top 3
Celtic — Rangers — St Mirren
Division B — Top 3
Dundee — Partick Th — Dunfermline
Albion Cup Final
Rangers 1—0 Celtic
Summer Cup Final
St Mirren 2—0 St Johnstone
Teams in Europe this season
Rangers, Celtic, Motherwell, Hibernian
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Season 193 of the S.C.S.L. kicked off as usual with the Summer Cup. The final was a battle of the "Saints" as St Mirren took on St Johnstone. The former club won the trophy for the second time with a 2—0 victory in the final.

In Division 'A', Celtic and Summer Cup winners St Mirren started off at a good pace, with Dundee United close behind. The first Old Firm match of the season at Ibrox finished in a 0—0 stalemate and Rangers trailed behind the top three. They soon got into their stride though and by the halfway stage the top two were pulling away from the rest of the field. The advantage was very much with the Celts though as they built up a 7-point lead over their rivals. The return Old Firm match at Celtic Park in the 18th round of matches was won convincingly by the home team by 4 goals to 1. Celtic eventually won the title by a solid 10 points, while Rangers finished second but with strong challenges from St Mirren and Dundee United. St Mirren took third place, whilst a late run of form from Aberdeen helped them into fourth place, ahead of Dundee United. At the bottom, Kilmarnock and Clyde occupied the relegation spots but they may be spared relegation if plans to increase the top division to 20 teams come to fruition.

In Division 'B', Partick Thistle were the form team for most of the season, but they were pipped by Dundee, who had had a disappointing first half of the season, for the title in the final matches. Partick held onto second place, followed by Dunfermline and Ross County. These four clubs should proceed into the new 20-team First Division next season if these plans go ahead, otherwise Dundee and Partick Thistle will go into Division 'A'. At the bottom, Montrose and Cove Rangers finished in the bottom two, but again, they may be reprieved as they would take part in the planned 22-team Second Division.

In the Albion Cup, the Old Firm teams contested the final, which was won by Rangers by 1 goal to nil. The talking point of the competition, however, was the astonishing performance of Division 'D' South side Caledonian Braves. They progressed to the semi-final, knocking out some big names such as Dundee, Partick Thistle and, most remarkably, Dundee United on the way. They were eventually eliminated by Rangers 5—1 in the semi-final.

Division A

League Table

Pos TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Celtic3020736530+3567
2Rangers3016956633+3357
3St Mirren3018395443+1157
4Aberdeen3016686143+1854
5Dundee United3015785946+1352
6Arbroath30145115858047
7Motherwell30137105547+846
8Heart of Midlothian30136115546+945
9Ayr United30119104752-542
10Livingston30117124645+140
11Greenock Morton30116134850-239
12St Johnstone30710133246-1431
13Alloa Athletic3092193757-2029
14Hibernian3075184360-1726
15Kilmarnock3065193361-2823
16Clyde3044222466-4216

 Euro League Qualification
 Euro Cup Qualification
 Relegation to Second Division

(C) = League Champions; (CW) = Albion Cup winners; (SC) = Summer Cup winners; (R) = Relegated; (p) = Promoted last season.

Results

Home \ AwayABAAAHAUCECLDUMNHEHIKILIMLRASJSM
Aberdeen3–11–21–21–14–13–14–11–15–22–15–13–00–31–11–3
Alloa Ath1–21–33–11–11–01–23–23–11–21–22–30–20–42–12–0
Arbroath2–34–13–33–13–11–34–32–23–10–01–01–42–42–00–4
Ayr Utd2–11–13–20–31–33–33–10–20–22–02–23–31–22–02–1
Celtic3–35–14–20–13–02–11–04–22–21–03–24–24–10–05–1
Clyde0–31–32–30–00–13–41–00–40–10–01–21–11–10–20–1
Dundee Utd3–02–15–10–01–25–13–14–21–11–21–13–20–03–23–1
Morton3–21–02–24–31–33–13–02–33–02–13–01–11–12–01–2
Hearts2–34–00–24–01–31–02–20–03–24–10–01–32–01–02–0
Hibernian1–22–12–20–21–20–10–15–10–31–20–11–23–31–11–2
Kilmarnock0–10–32–10–31–14–32–11–21–32–40–11–41–12–42–3
Livingston0–00–14–02–30–10–13–03–34–33–42–23–01–21–22–1
Motherwell1–33–10–13–10–23–11–11–02–14–13–11–10–35–10–1
Rangers0–12–02–11–10–07–14–20–25–02–15–20–13–11–15–1
St Johnstone2–21–00–41–10–21–00–10–01–12–01–02–31–10–22–2
St Mirren2–02–10–14–12–14–01–22–01–03–21–01–02–22–24–3

Division B

League Table

Pos TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Dundee3017675734+2357
2Partick Thistle3016595633+2353
3Dunfermline Athletic30164105747+1052
4Ross County30155105839+1950
5Raith Rovers3014794837+1149
6Queen of the South30146104939+1048
7Hamilton Academical3013985446+848
8Queen's Park30144125052-246
9Stranraer301010103347-1440
10Elgin City30107133946-737
11Peterhead3099124551-636
12Inverness Cal Th3098133739-235
13Dumbarton3088143956-1732
14Falkirk3078154356-1329
15Montrose3076173656-2027
16Cove Rangers30510153053-2325

 Promotion to First Division

(C) = Champions; (CW) = Albion Cup Winners; (P) = Promoted; (R) = Relegated; (p) = Promoted last season; (r) = Relegated last season.

Results

Home \ AwayCRDBDDDAELFKHAIVMOPTPDQSQPRRRCSR
Cove Ra0–31–01–10–11–32–42–14–31–01–12–30–10–01–42–0
Dumbarton2–10–21–10–02–11–12–21–30–50–02–33–02–01–21–0
Dundee1–11–02–02–02–13–01–10–14–15–10–22–20–04–13–1
Dunfermline Ath1–14–20–33–13–12–20–12–00–10–31–32–41–02–05–0
Elgin C1–00–10–10–13–11–21–41–11–24–20–00–03–01–04–0
Falkirk0–03–32–30–14–22–20–02–32–13–02–11–21–11–21–2
Hamilton Acad1–12–12–24–23–03–11–01–01–01–12–02–22–33–43–0
Inverness1–10–11–24–10–11–10–11–01–32–10–33–11–21–15–0
Montrose3–33–21–30–41–33–23–11–32–20–20–10–13–31–20–1
Partick Th3–05–13–13–12–04–13–21–14–02–02–00–12–21–10–1
Peterhead2–23–12–42–32–24–22–00–03–32–13–11–11–31–01–2
Q.O.S.2–05–22–21–22–20–11–14–00–12–02–14–31–02–01–1
Queen's Pk3–13–23–03–51–31–33–21–01–01–23–13–10–21–34–0
Raith R3–04–02–00–35–10–03–03–11–03–11–22–13–11–31–1
Ross Co2–00–02–43–45–25–01–30–20–00–11–03–04–05–03–1
Stranraer3–12–21–01–21–11–12–23–02–01–11–11–12–01–01–1

Albion Cup

Rangers won their 22nd Albion Cup by defeating Celtic 1—0 in the final. Caledonian Braves, from the fourth tier of the S.C.S.L., performed an astonishing run, reaching the semi-final where they were defeated 5—1 by Rangers. They knocked out big name teams such as Dundee, Partick Thistle and Dundee United en route to the semi-final.

Albion Cup Bracket


Summer Cup

The Summer Cup was won by St Mirren for the second time, as they beat St Johnstone 2—0 in the final.

Summer Cup Bracket

Teams in Europe




* = Home tie

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