Dalziel HSFP were crowned Caledonian League Premier Division champions in season 2006-2007, writes Tom Scott.
Bannockburn were runners-up.
Milton AFC were Division One winners, with East Kilbride YMCA in second place.
Newton Mearns Rovers took the Division Two Championship ahead of Bearsden.
Doune Castle won the Bedroom Planet East of Scotland Cup.
Glasgow Harp lifted the Douglas Smith League Cup, and Balmore AFC secured the Queen’s Park Challenge Cup.
Three players from the Caledonian League were called by the Scottish Amateur Football Association in 2006-2007, writes Tom Scott.
The trio were Paul Crumley (Dalziel HSFP), Scott McDonald (Drumchapel Amateurs) and Martin Gaughan (Giffnock North).
Dalziel HSFP were Premier champions, and Bannockburn runners-up.
Milton Amateurs took Division One ahead of East Kilbride YMCA.
Newton Mearns Rovers won Division Two, with Bearsden Amateurs in second place.
Doune Castle won the East of Scotland Cup.
Glasgow Harp beat Strathclyde University in the Douglas Smith League Cup Final.
Balmore won the Queen’s Park Challenge Cup, with Doune Castle runners-up
Viewfield Rovers were victorious in the Renfrewshire Cup.