Kingdom of Fife AFA President Walter Clarke has confirmed domestic fixtures during this 2020-2021 season have been declared null and void following a recent Special Meeting – they will revert back to the placings at the start of 2021-2022 – and a Memorial Competition based on League Sections introduced to honour the memory of former Rosyth AFC Official Jon Harrison, writes Tom Scott.
Mr Harrison, who sadly died on 25th January,. was not only well-known for his dedicated work as Club Chairman, but also made a huge and significant commitment to the Rosyth Community and South West Fife.
Confirming the format, Mr Clarke told me: There are eight Sections in total, with the top two Clubs from each going through to the last 16, which will be drawn at at a later date.
“Depending on current pandemic restrictions being eased sufficiently to allow Amateur Football to resume safely, we hope to play the Competition May-June.”
Jon Harrison Memorial Competition:
Section A – Kettle United, Fife Athletic, Balgonia Scotia, Markinch.
Section B – Fife Star, Eastvale, Greig Park Rangers,. Cupar Hearts.
Section C – Burntisland, Glenrothes Strollers, Kirkcaldy Blues, Lochgelly United, Kelty AFC.
Section D -. Kennoway, Kennoway Star Hearts, Bridge of Earn, Methilhill & East Fife.
Section E – St Andrews Colts, Blairhall Villa, Leslie Hearts, Lumphinnans, Hearts of Beath.
Section F – Auchtermuchty Blues, Freuchie, Rosyth, Strathmiglo Newburgh.
Section G – Kirkcaldy YM, Glenrothes, Kinross Colts Amateurs A, Kirkcaldy Albion.
Section H – Kinross Colts Amateurs B, Rosebank Rangers, Leven United, Duloch, AFC Kincardine.