Scotland had three great Junior football internationalists in the early post-War period: Bert McNab (Petershill), Davie Mair (Stonehouse Violet) and Willie Niven (Irvine Meadow XI).
Their combined Junior Scotland careers stretched from 1948 to 1955 and overlapped between 1951 and 1954.
In the 16 matches played by Scotland from 23 December 1950 to 12 February 1955 at least one of the trio was in the team and they all captained the team in a total of at least ten matches. Bert McNab’s 13 matches against international opposition has yet to be beaten.
You can read Douglas Gorman's account of their careers and achievements by clicking here.