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Following a number of trials, the SSS Representative College Football Squad has been finalised for season 13/14.

College footballers from around the country first came together for separate trials in the East and West of Scotland in early October at Heriot-Watt University and Ravenscraig, respectively.

From these trials two squads were put together with an East team taking on a West team at Ravenscraig at the end of October. A final squad of 23 players has been confirmed with three players waiting in the wings in case anyone drops out or gets injured.

SSS College Football Coordinator, Chris Sellar, said: “We are delighted to finalise the representative college squad for this year's programme after two very competitive trials in the East and West.

"We are excited by the programme we have in place and have been greatly encouraged by the buy-in from the sector this year with a number of Further Education institutions represented."


Sandy Thomson     New College Lanarkshire
Dean Wilson          Glasgow Clyde
Ryan Forsyth          Edinburgh College
Craig Kinloch          Ayrshire College
Joseph Ngoa          Borders College
Christopher Gault  West College
Ryan Cherrie          New College Lanarkshire
Lewis Hamill           Fife College
Dean Clark             Edinburgh College
Craig Easton          Glasgow Clyde
Ewan Barrie           Ayrshire College
Kyle McLauchlin      New College Lanarkshire
Josh Taplin             New College Lanarkshire
Scott Alexander     Dumfries and Galloway College
Aaron Gray            New College Lanarkshire
Cameron Clark      Dundee College
Graham Forsyth     New College Lanarkshire
Duncan Muir          Edinburgh College
Roy Barr                Ayrshire College
Lewis Allan           Borders College
Calvin Kemp         Ayrshire College
Paul Caughey      New College Lanarkshire
Dean Sutherland  New College Lanarkshire

In reserve:
Aaron Johnstone  Glasgow Clyde
Sean Melvin          Edinburgh College
Keiran Mcgachie    Edinburgh College