Central Junior League Existing as the Scottish Central Junior League between 1931 and 1968, and the Central Region Junior League from 1968 to 2002.
Scottish Intermediate League Breakaway competition played at the height of the intermediate dispute between the juniors and seniors from 1927 and 1931.
Angus and Kincardineshire Junior League This was the early name for the post-WW2 Kincardineshire Junior League.
Fife Junior League This link will take you to Eric Thomson's superb site detailing junior league and cup results in the Kingdom going back to the 1880s.
Fife Region Junior League Formed from the Fife Junior League, this was the only league to remain intact after the re-organisation of junior football in 1968. It disappeared in subsequent changes after 2002.
Glasgow Junior League Running from 1895 to 1927, this was arguably the most powerful junior league in history.
Kincardineshire Junior League This league was in existence between 1907 and 1932. It re-formed in 1946, initially as the Angus and Kincardineshire Junior League, before eventually disbanding in 1955.
Lanarkshire Junior League The first junior league formed in Scotland, existing from 1891 until 1968 when it was absorbed into the new central region of the Scottish JFA.
Midlothian Junior League Formed in 1893 as the Donaldson Junior League, this competition, after a rocky start, came to dominate eastern junior football before being swallowed up in the re-organisation of 1922.
Arbroath and District Junior League Existed between 1892 and 1914, resurfacing after the Great War for a few seasons. Also known as the Melvin League, its membership would find a place in the Forfar and District Junior League.
South Ayrshire Junior League Existing between 1920 and 1932, it was the only league in the county to stay loyal to the Scottish Junior FA during the Intermediate Dispute. For a time it was also called the Ayrshire Southern Junior League and Ayrshire Junior League.