Paul took the bragging rights last season and every week we'll tot up their winnings to a £10 stake to see who is the best tipster.
So here's what Paul is on: First up I am going for Broughty to beat Dundonald at 11-10 at Whitton Park. The home side have spent decent money this season and the signing off ex-Arbroath player Lee Sibanda looks a cracker.
They slipped up in their opening fixture but are finally getting things right and look a good price to pick up three points.
Next I am taking Penicuik to beat Fauldhouse at 10-11. The home side have made a terrific start to life in the Super League after a difficult set of fixtures and will now be confident of picking up some wins against the lesser opposition.
Finally, I am going for Glasgow Perthshire to beat Johnstone at 1-1. They have been well supported in recent days to win the title so there is clearly some confidence behind them this season. If that money is correct they will need to be picking up three points in these sort of fixtures. I am willing to follow the cash at a good price.
Pays £80.18 to a £10 stake at McBookie
Owen writes: The junior season is in full swing now as the West Region begin their League campaign to join the rest of the regions who have already started.
It's a new season so hopefully I can finally beat Paul as I've had no joy the last three years. Again I'll look for value every week so no really short trebles from me.
This season sees the Highland and Lowland league matches join the juniors on the poster in every shop so good luck if you're doing those bets.
I'm starting this week's treble in the West and taking Kilsyth at 11-10 to win against local rivals Rob Roy who had a difficult pre-season.
Next I'm heading East next and taking Tayport at 1-2 to get a home win against Dalkeith as they look for promotion this season.
Finally I'm returning West and taking Scottish Junior Cup holders Hurlford at 8-13 to get their season off to a winning start with a win at home to Kilbirnie.
Auchinleck Talbot are again title favourites but Irvine Meadow and Hurlford could push them close and fourth favourites Clydebank will be hoping to be up there too.
Pays £50.89 to a £10 treble at William Hill