• Scottish Grand Prix 2018

    The event took place over the weekend 10/11 February 2018 at the Normandy Hotel in Renfrew. Players from eight countries took part in the individual events on the Saturday. Sergio Ramos of Portugal was victorious over England’s Chris Thomas in the final of the Open. The Veteran competition was won by Spain’s Antonio Montano defeating

  • Club Night 22/1/18

    Only 3 matches played tonight and all were in the Glasgow Cup. In Group A Tom Burns looks likely to finish top after a 3-1 win over Dave Gladman. Burns took the lead in the first half only for Gladman to equalise just before the break. Burns got back in front in the second period

  • Club night 15/1/18

    It has been a slow start to 2018 with 4 players turning op on January 8 and then only 3 attending on January 15. On the 8th two league matches were played. Dave Gladman defeated Barry Corr 1-0 whilst John Halpin edged out Baver Bari 2-1. Both were close matches and each could have gone

  • Club night 18/12/17

    The first half of the SPSL Glasgow home fixtures is now almost complete with 33 of the 35 matches played. Match 33 saw Barry Corr just edge out Baver Bari by 3 goals to 2. Twice Corr took the lead and twice he was pulled back before he scored the all important winner late in

  • Club night 11/12/17

    It was a good night for Willie Fleming with two victories over Dave Gladman and John Halpin. Both victories were well merited. Against Gladman he took an early lead after winning a free-kick on the right hand side. The shot was expertly chipped into the far corner. Fleming held possession well for the rest of

  • Glasgow Cup Draw

    The draw was made for this season’s Glasgow Cup. Group A Berry, Gladman, Bari, Houston, Burns Group B Mathieson, Lees, F McKenzie, Halpin, Fleming   Four players qualify from each group with the quarter-final ties being: A1 v B4, A2 v B3, A3 v B2, A4 v B1 There will be no seedings for the

  • Club night 4/12/17

    For the last couple of seasons the league has been dominated by Tom Burns and Malcolm Lees. In the whole of the last campaign Burns lost only 9 points and Lees 12. Already this season Burns has dropped 8 and Lees 7. Worryingly for Lees, he has lost those points in his first three matches,