Four well-known South Lanarkshire Clubs will start a hugely contested Spring Cup Section 8 bag of fixtures next Wednesday (May 19), writes Tom Scott.
The contest opens with Dynamo EK v Craigneuk and Kirkfield United v Carluke Thistle.
Saturday, May 22, will pitch Carluke against Dynamo, while Craigneuk host Kirkfield.
Another round of midweek games (May 26) will involve Craigneuk v Carluke and Kirkfield v Dynamo EK.
Eight Sections will form the Spring Cup.
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Weir AFC will attempt to see off opposition from three other clubs – and emerge Section Eight winners in the forthcoming Spring Cup, writes Tom Scott.
The Southside Club have been back training a few weeks now, and players have been working hard, and turning out in good numbers.
“Their opening in the Spring Cup Section 5 is against 1st Division side Cambria AFC (away). A be a big on Wednesday, May 19. They also play Pollok at home three days later (home) and Mosspark away on May 26.
In total, there are eight Sections of the Spring Cup in the FN Teamwear Greater Glasgow AFL.
Manager Martin Guthrie has revealed news of more match action. He said: “We will also be participating in a Summer League which was set up by Caledonian team Kilsyth AFC. There are 8 teams in it and we will have 14 games between June and end of July, so it’s something to look forward to after so long without any games.
“There’s some good teams in it. Should be a decent standard.”
Eight sections – and no fewer than 28 Clubs – will dominate the Greater Glasgow Premier AFL Spring Cup on Wednesday, May 19, writes Tom Scott.
The Greater Glasgow set-up – now being sponsored by FN Teawear – actually has two fixtures listed for a day earlier – GSC Amateurs v Westerlands GG in Section 6, and the Section 7 clash between EKYM and GSC Amateurs Red.
Red hot action is guaranteed for the first midweek programme and quite a few goals I dare say!
Thanks to League Secretary Paul Gunn for his huge help.
Section 1 – Helensburgh v Vale of Leven, South Lochaber v Oban Saints.
Section 2 – Glasgow University v Westcliff, Rannoch v Colquhoun United.
Section 3 – Belleaire v Houston United, Kilbarchan v St Pats FP.
Section 4 – Langcraigs v Glenvale, Westerlands v Newshot.
Section 5 – Cambria v Weir, Pollok v Mosspark Albion.
Section 6 Strathclyde University v BSC Glasgow.
Section 7- John Street v Eaglesham.
Section 8 – Dynamo EK v Caigneuk, Kirkfield United v Carluke Thistle.
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Vale of Leven AFC eagerly await this month’s Spring Cup, writes Tom Scott.
Fixtures wise they commence the Spring Cup Section on the 19th May, away to Helensburgh, 22nd May away to Oban Saints, and 29th May home to South Lochaber.
Vale have also been on the lookout for a goalkeeper.
Sections Six and Seven will kick-start competitive football again in the Greater Glasgow Premier AFL this month, writes Tom Scott.
The Spring Cup is set to help Clubs get back on the park as the League – sponsored by FN Teamwear (Edinburgh) – starts on May 18.
GSC Amateurs host Westerlands GG in Section Six, while East Kilbride YM entertain GSC Amateurs Red in Section Seven.
Scottish Amateur Football News Chief Writer Tom Scott is looking for a response from all member clubs as they prepare for the start-back.
The Greater Glasgow Premier AFL will swing back into action this month with the FN Teamwear Spring Cup, writes Tom Scott.
There are eight section. Pick of the early action will be:
Helensburgh v Vale of Leven
Rannoch v Colquhoun United
Belleaire v Houston United
Langcraigs v Glenvale
Cambria v Weir AFC
John Street v Eaglesham
Kirkfield v Carluke Thistle
SAFN hopes to be in a position to cover all games and results moving forward.
Clubs are also being encouraged to contact Tom Scott with News, Signings and Reports.