Afternoon all! This might be of interest to a few on here.
THE SCOTTISH HIGHLAND FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIARY 2017/18 IS NOW ON SALE!
Now in its fourth year, the latest SHFL Diary is the biggest yet, clocking in at a bumper 312 pages, and is a complete record of the 2017/18 Press and Journal Highland League season, which ended with Cove Rangers winning their sixth league title and failing narrowly to become the first Highland League side to be promoted to SPFL League Two through the play-offs. Mitch Megginson, scorer of 50 goals across all competitions last season, leads from the front once again as the cover star, giving the 2017/18 edition a different look to previous issues.
Complete with match reports on all competitive games across all league and cup competitions, club statistics, competition summaries, league tables and more, the book is packed with features which are sure to be of interest to fans of all SHFL clubs.
As time goes on, details of matches from previous seasons become harder to find, and the SHFL Diary will act as a permanent written record of each season and will continue to occupy a place on the bookshelf of football fans long after Facebook pages, Twitter feeds and club websites have been forgotten or disappeared.
The SHFL Diary 2017/18 is sponsored by McBookie, whose contribution during the production process has once again proved invaluable. Their help has meant that, despite the book continuing to grow in size, the price has remained the same.
You can order your copy by clicking on the image below!
For the next couple of days, you can get 15% off the cover price of £15 by using the discount code FWD15 at the checkout.
The previous editions remain on sale and can be ordered via our author spotlight page at our publishers website. You can find our spotlight page by clicking HERE!
If anyone has any questions about the latest edition, any of the older ones, the ordering process, or anything else, feel free to ask.
The SHFL Diary Team
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