Scottish Schools Cup


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2023/24 Teams

130 teams from 55 schools across 4 regions will participate in the 2023/24 Scottish Schools Cup to see who will be crowned champions.


Alford Academy | U15 Boys

Arbroath Academy | U15 Boy, Open Boys

Arbroath High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, Open Boys

Baldragon Academy | S1 Boys

Craigie High School | S1 Girls

Culloden Academy | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls

Dingwall Academy | U15 Boys

Forres Tigers Basketball Club | Open Boys

Gordonstoun | Open Boys

Grove Academy | Open Boys

Millburn Academy | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls

St Pauls | S1 Boys


Boroughmuir High School | Open Boys

Currie Community High School | U15 Boys

Deans CHS | Open Boys

Dunbar Grammar | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys

Edinburgh Steiner School | U15 Boys

George Heriot’s School | U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls

Holy Rood RC High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls

James Gillespie’s High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls

James Young High School | Open Girls

Lasswade High School | S1 Boys, Open Boys, Open Girls

Leith Academy | U15 Boys, Open Boys

North Berwick High School | U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys

Portobello High School | Open Girls

Queensferry High School | S1 Boys, U15 Boys, Open Boys

The Mary Erskine School | S1 Girls, U15 Girls, Open Girls

The Royal High School | Open Boys, Open Girls


Bell Baxter High School | Open Boys

Bo’ness Academy | Open Boys

Braes High School | Open Boys, Open Girls

Denny High School  |  S1 Boys, Open Boys

Dollar Academy | S1 Boys, Open Boys

Falkirk High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, Open Boys, Open Girls

Graeme High School | S1 Boys, U15 Boys

Grangemouth High School | S1 Boys, Open Boys

Inverkeithing High School |  U15 Boys

Larbert High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys

Queen Anne High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls

Viewforth High School | S1 Boys, U15 Boys

Wallace High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls


Bishopbriggs Academy | Open Boys

Dumfries High School | U15 Boys

Gryffe High School | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Boys, Open Boys

Inverclyde Academy | Open Boys

Lochend Community High School | U15 Boys

Lourdes Secondary | S1 Girls, U15 Girls

Marr College | Open Boys

St Aloysius College | S1 Boys, U15 Boys, Open Boys

St Matthew’s Academy | S1 Boys, S1 Girls, U15 Girls, Open Boys, Open Girls

St Mungo’s Academy | Open Boys

St Ninians High School | Open Boys

St. Maurice’s High School | Open Girls

Trinity High School | S1 Boys

Williamwood High School | U15 Boys


Previous Scottish Schools Cup Winners

S1 Girls

2023 – Mary Erskine

2022 – Millburn Academy

U15 Girls

2023Culloden Academy

2022 – Millburn Academy

Open Girls

2023 – Falkirk High

2022 – Portobello High School

S1 Boys

2023 – Graeme High School

2022 – St. Pauls

U15 Boys

2023 – Falkirk High

2022 – Falkirk High

Open Boys

2023 – Hillhead

2022 – Wallace High School

Meet Your Regional Leads

Regional Leads have been appointed by basketballscotland to help support the schools and co-ordinate the number of games being played within their region.


Holly Martin

Holly played for Highland Bears for 6 years and for her school team, before going on to play a bit of basketball at university. Since then, she has coached basketball at a camp in America and coached school basketball.

During the 2022/23 season, Holly coached a team to the Finals in Dundee and is back coaching the U15 girls and open girls at Culloden Academy this year.

“As I was involved in the Scottish Schools basketball as a pupil I am excited to be heavily involved this year as a teacher.”


Colin Ferguson

Colin started playing basketball in 1993 Marr College and Troon basketball club, where he enjoyed a varied playing career at school, club and university, winning a Scottish Cup winners medal in 2005, before injuries took their toll. 


Since then, Colin has coached basketball at school and club level, and co-ordinated high school basketball competition in West Lothian. He is currently a U14 boys coach at Ayr Storm, Clifton Hall school, and Parkhead primary school.  

“I was delighted to be offered the role of regional lead in the East of Scotland and I look forward to working with schools to facilitate high quality school basketball competition over the coming months.” 


Rebecca Lonsdale

Rebecca has played coached national league in Scotland since 2015, and in England before that. She is currently head of basketball at Larbert HighSchoolover seeing all extra-curricular basketball as well as theirschoolof basketball. Rebecca has also been involved coaching the Scotland Regional Academies. 

SchoolBasketball is a very important outlet for a lot of pupils and I’m looking forward to getting this year’sschoolcompetition up and running in the central area.” 


Steven Morrison and Gary Taylor

Steven was brought up in the Hebrides of Scotland where he played basketball for his school team and began to coach some of the younger pupils. Gary was brought up in the North of the city of Glasgow where he began playing basketball. Both of them have been playing basketball since they were in school and have been coaching together since they started work as PE teachers in the same school in the Southside of Glasgow. They both continue to be involved in school and local league basketball in playing and non-playing roles.

“We plan to provide as many opportunities for young people to participate in basketball and would like to include as many schools as possible in the leagues and cups to raise the profile of basketball in the West of Scotland.”