Scottish Professional Football League
The Scottish Professional Football League was formed on June 27, 2013 when the Scottish Football League and the Scottish Premier League merged to create a single body to govern the 42 league clubs in Scotland.
Elected to serve on the 2023/24 SPFL Board, alongside SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster, chairman Murdoch MacLennan and independent non-executive director Karyn McCluskey, were:
• cinch Premiership: Malcolm McPherson (Hibernian), James Bisgrove (Rangers), James MacDonald (Ross County)
• cinch Championship: Paul Hetherington (Airdrieonians), Graeme Mathie (Ayr United)
• cinch League 1 and League 2: Alastair Donald (Forfar Athletic), Alternate director – Peter Davidson (Montrose)