Around the Amateur Football Scene (08/03/2021)

SAFN Chief Writer Tom Scott takes his first look of the week at some Amateur Football Clubs.

The dreaded “no another pre-season” shout will soon echo around Scottish Amateur Football!

The EK Harp coaching team have put together an 8-week Strength and Conditioning Programme, which will benefit each individual player and commences today.

Ardgowan Hospice will receive £600 as a donation from the latest Greenock HSFP AFC Last Man Standing Competition. I hear the jackpot is into four-figures.

Stewarton United had three prizes on offer for their February Monthly Draw.

The running order was as follows:

First: £250 – Mary McCance.
Second: £50 – Hamish McMillan.
Third: Taj Bar and Grill Kitchen Voucher – Isabel Cairns.

The Stewarton United Last Man Standing Competition opened with 73 participants, and a jackpot of £365. In Round One, 14 were eliminated.

West Park United- Amateurs have their Last Man Standing Competition worth £510.

Meanwhile, United have confirmed they have applied to join the Spark of Genius Central Scottish AFL, and await a decision on being accepted.

Starting next season, Kilbride Thistle AFC have agreed a two-year deal with Play Data.

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