Around The Amateur Football Scene (11/02/2021)

SAFN Chief Writer Tom Scott takes a look around some of the Amateur Football Clubs.

Kilbride Thistle AFC would like to Seamill Ceramics for again sponsoring Manager Sean Kenney. Seamill Ceramics cover a wide-range of essential work Including bathrooms, kitchens, and natural stone tiles.

Dalziel Football HSFP have embarked on a month-long (February) 100 km Challenge in support of Mental Health. I understand 21 of the Dalziel Football squad, and Management will each attempt to complete 100 km on their own using such methods as running, cycling or walking.

Buckhaven United Manager James Campbell has received possible feedback and interest on my Article this week concerning the possibility of organising a Mini-Tournament this summer as a welcome alternative to Pre-Season Friendlies.

Giffnock Soccer Centre boss Kenny Wilson has issued notice that the Over-35s squad will start “Virtual” Training schedules for everyone to participate in week commencing 22nd February.

As part of their Charity work, FC Southside United had plans to raise funds for the Beatson Cancer Charity and Brothers in Arms through buckets being passed around both teams during a Match Day, but sadly the continued absence of Scottish Amateur Football looks certain to rule out the idea.

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