THE new West of Scotland League set up has been unveiled ­— with Irvine Meadow and Kilwinning Rangers in the top division as expected.

Last week, league chiefs revealed how the new 67-team formation will look as they shift away from the old junior divisions.

There will be three conference divisions in the line-up that will set underneath the new 20-team top flight.

The top league in the set up will be known as Tier Six, as it shows the pathway to the Lowland League for the winners of the division.

The formation of the four divisions have a similar look to the previous junior leagues which were left at the end of the season – which came to a premature halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The placings were created by using seedings from the final West Region Junior FA standings.

Irvine Meadow and Kilwinning Rangers will join Tier Six as they aim to battle it out for a shot to move up the Scottish pyramid system.

They will be joined by fellow North Ayrshire rivals Beith Juniors, Kilbirnie and Largs Thistle.

Last season’s McBookie Premiership winners Auchinleck will be one of the favourites for promotion via the new set up. Bonnyton, Clydebank, Cumnock, Glenafton, Hurlford, Troon and Pollok also make up the top flight.

Irvine Vics join Saltcoats in Conference A, with Ardeer and Dalry placed in Conference B and Ardrossan Winton going into Conference C.