Saturday Morning League Preparing For Next Season

With Amateur Football Leagues officially allowed to plan beyond this summer and into the 2021-2022 campaign, the Strathclyde Saturday Morning AFL have launched their recruitment drive for new clubs, writes Tom Scott.

President/ Treasurer Andy Bryant said: “SSMAFL invite applications from new and established clubs across the West Central Belt area, and all areas are urged to apply.”

“Established clubs coming from another affiliated league must make application no later than 28th February. Any established affiliated SAFA club wishing to join after this date cannot transfer under the SAFA Constitution.”

All interested parties should contact League Secretary Mr Paul King for further details.

Saturday Morning League Prepares For Next Season

With Amateur Football Leagues now allowed to start looking beyond this summer and into the 2021-2022 campaign, the Strathclyde Saturday Morning AFL are launching their recruitment drive for new clubs, said: writes Tom Scott.

President/ Treasurer Andy Bryant said: “One which there are great hopes that normal service can be resumed.”

“On that note, SSMAFL invite applications from new and established clubs across the West Central Belt area, and all areas are urged to apply.”

“Established clubs coming from another affiliated league must make application no later than 28th February. Any established affiliated SAFA club wishing to join after this date cannot transfer under the SAFA Constitution.”

All interested parties should contact League Secretary Mr Paul King for further details.

Strathclyde Executive Issue Tuesday Meeting Call

The Strathclyde Saturday Morning AFL Executive Committee have called a General Management Meeting of Clubs for Tuesday, 19th January.

League President / Treasurer Andy Bryant revealed: “This will discuss the way forward for the current season and the implications of such actions.”

“Any Club Secretary who has not received their invitation by Monday 6pm, should contact League Secretary Paul King.”