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It was recognised as a senior football league with teams eligible to apply for Scottish FA membership. In 1935 the league dropped its junior status, possibly due to the Scottish Junior Football Association’s objections to Senior clubs involvement, and became known as the North of Scotland “2nd XI” League (it was also known colloquially as either the Highland Reserve League or Highland Alliance, cheapest football kits the latter a nod to the southern reserve league the Scottish football clothes Football Alliance). By the late 1960s/early 1970s, the Highland League reserve teams which had dominated the league gradually dropped out of contention, replica football shirts with most finding that it was not financially viable to run “2nd XI” or reserve teams at a senior level.