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Scottish Schools Football Association Roll of Honour 2000-01

Finals

Boys

Bank of Scotland Senior Shield

Perth HS 4 St Augustine's HS 2

Bank of Scotland Under-15 Shield

St Andrew's Sec (Glasgow) 1

Our Lady amp; St Pat's HS (Dumbarton) 1

(Our Lady amp; St Pat's won 4-2 on pens)

Heinz Ketchup Under-14 Cup

Johnstone HS 4

St Ninian's HS (Eastwood) 0

Bank of Scotland Under-13 Shield

Holy Cross HS 3 St Aidan's HS 0

Under-12 Shield

Craigmount HS 2 Turnbull HS 1

Girls

Senior Shield

Kirkland HS 5 Stonelaw HS 1

Under-14 Shield

St Augustine's HS 1 Bishopbriggs HS 1

(St Augustine's won 4-2 on penalties)

Boys

Senior National Trophy

Fife 2 Forth Valley 1

Under-14 National Trophy

Forth Valley 3 Glasgow 2

Primary National Trophy

Aberdeen 2 Edinburgh 1

Primary Inter-Association Sevens

Dundee 1 Hamilton 0

Walkers Crisps Primary Sevens

St Anne's PS (Hamilton) 2

St Peter's PS (Dumbarton) 2

(Trophy shared)

Coca Cola Sevens

Boys' final

Carnoustie HS 3

St Andrew's Acad (Paisley) 0

Girls' final

Perth HS 1 St Andrew's Acad (Paisley) 0

Capri Sun Sixes

Elrick (Aberdeenshire) 3

St Peter's PS (Ardrossan) 1

International results

Under-18, Friendly

Scotland 2 New Zealand 0

Centenary Shield

Wales 0 Scotland 2

Scotland 0 England 0

N Ireland 0 Scotland 0

Under-15, Invitation tournament

Switzerland 1 Scotland 2

France 2 Scotland 1

Victory Shield

Scotland 0 Wales 3

Scotland 1 Northern Ireland 1

England 5 Scotland 0

Friendlies

Austria 1 Scotland 1

Austria 2 Scotland 0

Under-14, Friendlies

Scotland 0 Rep of Ireland 0

Scotland 1 Rep of Ireland 1

Invitation tournament

Scotland A 1 Wales A 0

Scotland A 0 N Ireland A 0

Scotland B 0 Wales B 0

Scotland B 0 N Ireland B 0

Under-14 Girls

N Ireland 0 Scotland 3

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