• Club night 6/2/17

    Tonight’s focus was on the Glasgow Cup. The one remaining fixture in Group A was between Colin Berry and John Halpin. To qualify Halpin needed to win whilst Berry needed only a draw. This was a close fought match which swung back and forth. At half-time the players were locked at 1-1 but it was

  • Club night 30/1/17

    The single remaining game in Group B of the Glasgow Cup was played tonight. Not unexpectedly Tom Burns was victorious over Ronnie McKenzie. Burns pushed his number of goals scored in the group to 20 but McKenzie did manage two goals in reply. The 4 qualifiers are therefore Tom Burns, Dave Houston, Baver Bari and

  • Club night 23/1/17

    Six league matches took place this evening. In the absence of Malcolm Lees, Tom Burns was able to pull away at the top of the league. Burns is now 7 points clear with Lees having two games in hand. Burns wasn’t really tested in either of his matches, a 3-0 victory over John Mathieson and

  • Club Night 16/1/17

    Only five matches took place this evening, four in the league and one in the Glasgow Cup. Malcolm Lees and Willie Fleming fought out a 1-1 draw in the Glasgow Cup. Lees took the lead in the second minute but never managed to build on that early advantage. Fleming also found it difficult to create

  • Club Night 9/1/17

    The first club night of 2017 saw a good turn-out of players. Play focussed on the Glasgow Cup with 4 matches in Group A and 3 matches in Group B taking place. In Group A the pressure was on Willie Fleming who had lost his opening match against Dave Gladman. His opponents tonight, John Halpin

  • Club Night 31/10/16

    Fleming is back! This was Willie Fleming’s first competitive night of the season. He began with a Glasgow Cup match and then played two league matches. The Glasgow Cup match was a Group A fixture against Dave Gladman. This was not a memorable match as both players struggled to create chances. Neither player ever really

  • Club Night 24/10/16

    Fraser McKenzie made his first appearance of the season tonight and had to play four consecutive fixtures. The first match couldn’t have been tougher – it was Malcolm Lees – but the scoreline of 0-2 was a decent result. In truth Lees should have scored more. He peppered the McKenzie goal in the first half