Around The Amateur Football Scene (16/12/2020)

Writer Tom Scott is back with a midweek Round-Up.

Luke Reekie (3) and Andrew Findlay helped Finavon AFC to a 4-0 win against Arbroath Harp at Forfar Community Campus. Jay Doherty set-up two of the four goals -. including one with a cheeky backheel on the turn! Angus Tier-2. means Amateur Football clubs were able to resume contact training and play friendles.

Sam Davidson has won three Finavon AFC Awards from the 2019-2020 season -. Manager’s Player of the Year, Top Goalscorer and Goal of the Season.

Two people are shared the winners’ pot of cash from the Finavon AFC Last Man Standing Competition.

Arbroath HSFP were looking for a local friendly this Saturday, and will play against St Laurence.

Port Glasgow Athletic, members of the SSMAFL, have also requested a friendly against Inverclyde opposition.

Barrhead ‘Lie Handed Two Centenary Derbies

Newcomers Arthurlie Amateurs could debut in the SAFL Centenary Cup next month with local derbies if current Scottish Government restrictions are not increased.

Top-table chiefs have wisely opted to cut down on excessive match travel for clubs in membership of the Scottish Amateur Football League and a look at the opening two weeks’ fixture list shows great potential.

November 7th

Arthurlie v Carlton YMCA
Baljaffray v Easthall Star
Busby v Motherwell Thistle
Campbeltown Pupils v Lochgilphead Red Star
Cardross v Dunoon
Duncanrig v Strathaven
Glyhill Moorcroft v St Convals
Inverclyde v Parkhall
Kings Park Rangers v Hillington
Neilston v Glenburn
Port Glasgow v Port Glasgow OBU
Rutherglen v Claremont

November 17th

Arthurlie v St Convals
Baljaffray v Kings Park Rangers
Busby v Rutherglen
Duncanrig v Claremont
Glenburn v Carlton YMCA
Glyhill Moorcroft v Neilston
Goldenhill v Easthall Star
Hillingdon v Castlemilk
Inverclyde v Port Glasgow
Lochgilphead Red Star v Campbeltown Pupils
Motherwell Thistle v Strathaven
Parkhall v Cardross
Port Glasgow OBU v Dunoon