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Weekend Preview – 17th November – Cup Games

Sunday sees seven of our Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western teams with double headers, as we enter the next round of the knockout tournaments.

M1s vs. Grange 1s – 2.30pm (H)

Men’s Scottish Cup Second Round

Clydesdale 1s fixture with Grange 1s at Titwood from 2.30pm is one of three all Men’s Premiership Scottish Cup Second Round ties on Sunday.

Having seen off Uddingston on penalty flicks in the First Round, Head Coach Ciaran Crawford and his side will have to negotiate past Grange, arguably the favourites for the tournament given their success in the competition notching up back-to-back cup wins in recent seasons.

The M1s have already played Grange earlier in the league campaign, but were on the receiving end of a 3-0 scoreline at Titwood.

Crawford is able to welcome back skipper Gordon Amour and veteran Graham Dunlop who both missed Saturday’s match against Uddingston.

L1s vs. Edinburgh University 2s – 4.00pm (A)

Women’s Scottish Plate First Round

Following a First Round exit in the Women’s Scottish Cup, Clydesdale Western 1s will hope to achieve glory in the Women’s Scottish Plate when they take on Edinburgh University 2s at Peffermill from 4.00pm.

A 2-0 loss to last season’s cup winners Edinburgh University 1s in the First Round of this season’s competition, sees the L1s drop into the Women’s Scottish Plate.

The Titwood girls have experienced similar when they suffered the same fate in 2017-18 season, before going on to win the Plate with minimal fuss. In sealing the Plate with a 5-0 win in the Final, their opponents that day were Edinburgh University 2s – to whom they face again on Sunday at Peffermill.

Team news for Clydesdale Western sees youngsters Annabel Ballantyne and Sarah Lonergan in the squad having missed Saturday’s trip to Peffermill against Watsonians.

Men’s District Cup Second Round – M2s vs. Eskvale 1s – 1.00pm (H); Men’s Reserve Cup Second Round – M3s vs. Dunfermline Carnegie 3s – 11.30am (H)

Women’s Scottish Cup Second Round – L2s vs. Stirling University 1s – 12.30pm (A); Women’s Scottish Plate First Round – L3s vs. Hillhead 1s – 1.00pm (A)

Clydesdale Western’s hopes of glory in the Women’s Scottish Cup rest solely on the L2s, who have an early passback in their Second Round tie.

Having beaten Erskine Stewart’s Melville 1s 3-1 in the First Round, the L2s face familiar opposition when they go to Gannochy Sports Centre to play Stirling University 1s from 12.30pm. Both sides will know each other from meetings in Women’s Championship Division One, especially on day one of the league season which finished 1-1 back in late September.

The L3s, like the L1s, are also in the Women’s Scottish Plate First Round and face Women’s Premiership side, Hillhead 1s from 1.00pm at Upper Windyedge.

Three men’s cup games take place at Titwood. The next round of the Men’s Reserve Cup for Clydesdale starts with the M3s from 11.30am as they host Dunfermline Carnegie 3s. The M3s eased into the Second Round after 6-0 win against Dundee Wanderers 3s in the previous round.

The M2s are on from 1.00pm at home in the Men’s District Cup Second Round against Eskvale 1s. A penalty flick win away to Dundee Wanderers 2s saw Stuart Banford’s side rewarded with a home tie against Eskvale, who hail from Midlothian.

Photo credit: Andy Lovat (and Duncolm Sports Photography for Men’s 1s game advert)

Weekend Preview – 16th November

Plenty of games this weekend in both league and cup competitions. For most teams, the weekend’s games will be their final matches before the indoor break.

L1s vs. Watsonians 1s – 4.00pm (A)

Clydesdale Western 1st XI head into their second top of the table clash this season when they visit Peffermill to take on Watsonians 1s in the Women’s Premiership from 4.00pm.

‘Dale Western currently hold top spot in the Women’s Premiership after three straight league wins since their previous summit meeting nearly a month ago – which was against Dundee Wanderers 1s, ending in a 2-0 defeat for the L1s. In those three wins, Derek Forsyth’s side have not conceded a single goal and have scored 26 themselves. Wanderers have since slid down the table following a couple of surprise scorelines, which has seen Watsonians take second spot.

The Edinburgh side are only three points behind the Titwood girls going into the final weekend of the season. A win for Forsyth’s squad could see them go six clear at the top, whilst an improbable 10-goal loss is the only way Clydesdale Western could be disposed at the top of the Women’s Premiership, such is their goal difference advantage.

Ali Howie and Bronwyn Shields will make returns following last weekend’s absence in the 4-0 win at home to GHK. Emma McGregor is expected to make her first appearance for the 1st XI this season. An unavoidable absence at the start meant McGregor has had to bide her time, putting in good performances for the 2nd XI in recent weeks.

M1s vs. Uddingston 1s – 4.30pm (A)

Clydesdale Men’s 1s Head Coach Ciaran Crawford will be hopeful his side can complete the first half out of the outdoor season with another positive result away to Uddingston 1s in the Men’s Premiership from 4.30pm.

Consecutive wins against Hillhead, Kelburne and Watsonians – coupled with other favourable results – has seen ‘Dale move into the top four Play-Off spots, one game before the indoor break.

A win could consolidate their position in fourth of the Men’s Premiership, but Crawford will know his players will need to be at their best against Uddingston, who sit sixth and will have their own ambitions of a top four spot. The home side are currently five points behind Clydesdale and Edinburgh University.

Team wise, Aidan Black makes a return to the M1s squad, whilst Ian King is also expected to feature having been unavailable last weekend. The two sides have already met once this season in the Men’s Scottish Cup, playing out a thrilling 3-3 draw before the Titwood boys prevailed on penalty flicks.

M2s vs. Inverleith 2s – 4.00pm (H); M3s vs. Kelburne 3s – 4.30pm (A); M4s vs. Uddingston 4s – 11.30am (H); M5s vs. Giffnock 3s – 1.00pm (H)

L2s vs. George Heriots FP 1s – 2.30pm (H); L3s vs. Hillhead 2s – 3.30pm (A); L4s vs. Loch Lomond 1s – 1.00pm (A); L5s vs. Kelburne 3s – 4.00pm (A); L6s vs. Uddingston 3s – 3.00pm (A)

All nine remaining Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western teams are in action in the league, with four taking place at Titwood.

At Titwood from 11.30am, the M4s – having picked up their first win of the season last weekend – host Uddingston 4s in Men’s West District Division Two. Afterwards, the M5s will hope to bounce back from a heavy defeat to Giffnock 2s from 1.00pm. They host Giffnock 3s in Men’s West District Division Three South.

2.30pm and 4.00pm sees pushbacks for the Ladies and Men’s 2nd XI’s respectively. The L2s, who had their game called off last weekend, are at home to George Heriots FP 1s in Women’s Championship Division One. The M2s will feature later from 4.00pm at home to Inverleith 2s in Men’s Regional Division One. Stuart Banford’s side took a crucial point last weekend in a 1-1 draw away to Hillhead 2s.

The first away game for ‘Dale & ‘Dale Western is from 1.00pm in Women’s West District Division One. The L4s will hope to stay top of the table when they visit Hermitage Academy to play Loch Lomond 1s. The L6s will play before the M1s away to Uddingston 3s from 3.00pm in Women’s West District Division Three.

Another Women’s Championship Division One fixture takes place at 3.30pm, as the L3s play Hillhead 2s at Upper Windyedge. The L5s and M3s take on Kelburne Ladies and Men’s 3s with starting times half an hour apart. The L5s are at Linwood from 4.00pm, before the M3s get underway at Glasgow Green from 4.30pm.

Photo credit: Mark Pugh

Three from three for M1s & L1s – Weekend Review – 8th/9th November

L1s 4-0 GHK 1s (J Eadie (2), L Sabatelli, H Lang)

Clydesdale Western 1s made it three league wins in a row on Saturday after their comfortable win against GHK 1s at Titwood kept them top of the Women’s Premiership.

A brace from Jen Eadie and a goal each from Lexi Sabatelli and Heather Lang gave ‘Dale Western a 4-0 result, keeping them three points clear at the summit of the league table.

Going into the game, Head Coach Derek Forsyth was without Ali Howie and Bronwyn Shields, but was able to recall Holly Steiger following an excellent showing in the 2s the week before.  Forsyth, similarly to the previous weekend, handed out another 1st XI debut to Sarah Lonergan.  Lonergan’s 1st XI debut also meant that she was the fifth representative of her family to appear for a 1st XI side of Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western – following in the footsteps of sisters Julie and Frances in the Ladies section as well as brothers Patrick and John Joe in the Men’s section.

The contest started rather slowly, as both sides had to acclimatise to the low temperatures.  Predictably, the home side had the better of possession and had a few penalty corner opportunities, although none were taken.  The deadlock would eventually be broken by the Titwood girls through Lang.  Play down the left hand side saw Millie Steiger play a pass in to the circle, which prompted a minor scrap for possession before Lang eventually took initiative to slot home.

A quickly taken free hit led to Sabatelli collecting in the D and send a shot in to the corner to double the L1s lead.  The second half continued to Clydesdale Western’s liking, having as much of the possession and corner opportunities as they did in the first half.  Two corner chances were taken in the third quarter by Eadie to double their advantage from half time.  The fourth quarter was played out with minimal fuss, meaning Forsyth’s side stay top of the Women’s Premiership with one game remaining before the indoor break.

M1s 4-1 Watsonians 1s (S Walker (2), A Douglas, C McFadden)

Match sponsor – Eric Elder

A double from Struan Walker sent Clydesdale Men’s 1s on their road to an impressive victory against Watsonians 1s at Titwood on Saturday – which has now lifted them into the top four Play-Off spots in the Men’s Premiership.

Walker’s brace followed by a smart finish from Ali Douglas and drag flick from Chris McFadden gave Clydesdale three points in their bid to achieve a Play-Off spot finish come the end of the Men’s Premiership season.  The win also meant Ciaran Crawford’s side – like the Ladies 1st XI – have notched up three straight league wins with one game remaining before the indoor break.

A smart pass just past the halfway line from captain Gordon Amour found Walker, who took a touch into the circle before giving his side the lead.  The young forward then made it 2-0, sending a reverse stick shot high past the Watsonians goalkeeper.  The home side were well on top and tripled their advantage when Douglas picked up possession in the circle, before turning and crashing in a shot to give Crawford’s men a third goal.

McFadden then got his name on the scoresheet for the home side, adding a trademark drag flick from a penalty corner.  It capped off a dominant performance from the Titwood boys, even despite the away side nicking an impressive consolation goal towards the end, as a forward got on the end of a hit pass with the deftest of touches going past goalkeeper Sean Mahoney.

The 4-1 win, coupled with the postponement of Edinburgh University’s home match to Hillhead, meant Clydesdale moved up to fourth in the league.  Their final game before the indoor break will be away to Uddingston.

M2s 1-1 Hillhead 2s (B Paul); M3s 0-2 Rottenrow 1s; M4s 4-3 Hillhead 5s (O Pathi (2), M Slater, F Harrowell); M5s 0-10 Giffnock 2s

L2s P-P Edinburgh University 3s; L3s 2-1 Waverley Inveresk Trinity 1s (G Green, A Cox); L4s 1-1 Dumfries 1s (A Winter); L5s P-P Glasgow Accies 2s; L6s 2-1 Troon 2s (L Phillips, R Brewer)

Sunday – Women’s West District Cup Second Round – L4s P-P Glasgow University 4s

Sunday – Women’s West District Plate First Round – L5s P-P Kelburne 3s

Frosty weather over the weekend meant that seven out of eleven of the remaining games for Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western teams took place – including a first win for the L6s in over 14 months.

A goal each from Layli Phillips and skipper Rachel Brewer gave the L6s an overdue 2-1 win in Women’s West District Division Three away to Troon 2s.  The result and performance was particularly impressive as Anne Sturgess put in an excellent stint as a makeshift goalkeeper.

The L3s also recorded the same scoreline in Women’s Championship Division One at home to Waverley Inveresk Trinity 1s.  Gill Green and Ali Cox got a goal each to keep their side second in the league, seven points behind current leaders and champions Edinburgh University 2s.

The L4s lost their 100% record in Women’s West District Division One, but still remain top of the league after a 1-1 draw at home Dumfries 1s – Anna Winter got the goal for the L4s.  The M2s also recorded a 1-1 draw away to Hillhead 2s in Men’s Regional Division One.  The M2s, who have been depleted with unavailablities, injuries and suspensions, went behind early but regrouped impressively with terrific performances coming from Adam Docherty and Blair Paul.  The latter of two got the M2s equaliser from a penalty corner in the second half to keep them fourth in Regional One.

The M4s also put an impressive performance of their own as they came from 3-1 down to pick up their first win of the season in Men’s West District Division Two at home to Hillhead 5s.  Oran Pathi, Martin Slater and Foster Harrowell got a goal each, before Pathi doubled his tally with the M4s winner.

The M3s and M5s had tough noon pushabcks in Men’s West District Division One and Three South respectively.  The M3s went down 2-0 to Rottenrow at Glasgow Green, whilst the M5s lost 10-0 to Giffnock 2s at Eastwood High School.

Icey weather called off four games all involving Clydesdale Western teams over the weekend.  The L2s and L5s were called off on Saturday, before the L5s again and the L4s saw their Women’s West District knockout games postponed.  These four fixtures will be rescheduled for a date later in the season.

Photo credit: Duncolm Sports Photography

Weekend Preview – 8th/9th November

A total of thirteen games for our Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western teams this weekend. The L4s and L5s both have double headers with the next round of the Women’s West District Cup and Plate taking place.

M1s vs. Watsonians 1s – 3.00pm (H)

Match sponsor – Eric Elder

Clydesdale Men’s 1s will hope to continue their good recent form and keep up their top four Play-Off ambitions in the Men’s Premiership when they host Watsonians 1s from 3.00pm.

Back to back league wins against Hillhead and Kelburne has seen Ciaran Crawford’s side jump up to fifth in the league table and could rise to fourth after Saturday’s list of games, if results go there way. A home win against Watsonians coupled with fourth placed Edinburgh University losing at home to Hillhead is what is required for the Titwood boys to enter a Play-Off spot with one league game remaining before the indoor break.

Last season’s meetings between Clydesdale and Watsonians proved to be away day successes for each side. At Titwood in November 2018, the M1s were seemingly on their way to a win when Struan Walker scored right on the half time whistle. But the Edinburgh side stunned the hosts with four goals in a short period of time at the start of the second half before scoring a fifth goal to run out 5-1 winners. ‘Dale 1s did get their revenge five months later as they won 6-1 at Peffermill – Walker scoring four to give his side three away day points.

Team news sees no notable returns for Crawford, who is expected to name a similar team to the one that beat Kelburne a week ago. Ben Galloway is still the only long term injury (broken toe) from the M1s squad.

L1s vs. GHK 1s – 4.30pm (H)

Clydesdale Western 1s will hope to strengthen their position at the top of the Women’s Premiership when they play GHK 1s from 4.30pm at Titwood.

The L1s have bounced back from defeats to Edinburgh University (Scottish Cup) and Dundee Wanderers in recent weeks following emphatic double figure wins against Grove Menzieshill and Glasgow University. 23 goals and no concessions in two games have lifted Derek Forsyth’s side to the top of the league table, three points clear of league champions Edinburgh Uni.

GHK may prove to be a tough nut to crack, however, as the west end side have collected eight points this season so far – one of which was a hard fought point in a 0-0 draw away to Play-Off champions Western Wildcats. ‘Dale Western did win all three meetings between the two sides last season, with the first coming in a 3-1 win at Old Anniesland back in September 2018, before winning their Scottish Cup tie 4-2 at Titwood a few weeks later. The Titwood girls then sealed a third win on ‘Friday Night Lights’ in February, with a 6-0 win, again at home.

Selection wise, Forsyth recalls Holly Steiger to his squad and will also be handing out an L1s debut to youngster Sarah Lonergan.

M2s vs. Hillhead 2s – 3.00pm (A); M3s vs. Rottenrow 1s – 12.00 noon (A); M4s vs. Hillhead 5s – 3.00pm (H – HGS); M5s vs. Giffnock 2s – 12.00 noon (A)

L2s vs. Edinburgh University 3s – 4.00pm (A); L3s vs. Waverley Inveresk Trinity 1s – 1.30pm (H); L4s vs. Dumfries 1s – 1.30pm (H – HGS); L5s vs. Glasgow Accies 2s – 2.00pm (A); L6s vs. Troon 2s – 3.00pm (A)

In the rest of Saturday’s games, just over half of our ‘Dale & ‘Dale Western teams will be away from home in their respective league matches.

The M3s and M5s start the card of games off with 12.00 noon pushbacks. The M3s are at Glasgow Green in Men’s West District Division One to play Rottenrow 1s, whilst the M5s, making the short journey to Eastwood High School in Men’s West District Division Three, are up against Giffnock 2s.

There are two 1.30pm games, with one taking place at Titwood whilst the other is on the Hutchesons’ Grammar School (HGS) pitch. The L3s, in Women’s Championship Division One, are at Titwood to take on Waverley Inveresk Trinity 1s. Currently top of Women’s West District Division One with a 100% record, the L4s are on the HGS pitch to host Dumfries 1s.

Half an hour later in the west end of Glasgow will see the L5s in Women’s West District Division Two action. The L5s, currently second in the league table, are at Upper Windyedge to play Glasgow Accies 2s from 2.00pm.

The M2s and L6s both play away games from 3.00pm. The M2s will be looking to follow up an impressive win last weekend in Men’s Regional Division One, but will be in for a tough test against an experienced Hillhead 2s side at Old Anniesland. The L6s are away to play Troon 2s in Women’s West District Division Three.

The L2s, in Women’s Championship Division One like the L3s, complete the card of Saturday’s games with a 4.00pm pushback at Peffermill. The L2s will be looking to build on some good recent league results when they play Edinburgh University 3s.

Sunday – Women’s West District Cup Second Round – L4s vs. Glasgow University 4s – 3.00pm (H)

Sunday – Women’s West District Plate First Round – L5s vs. Kelburne 3s – 1.30pm (H)

On Sunday, the next round of Women’s West District Cup and Plate games take place, with both the L4s and L5s at home.

The L5s have entered the WD Plate following a 3-0 loss to Glasgow Accies 2s in the First Round of the Cup competition. The L5s will host Kelburne 3s – who incidentally were knocked out by the L4s – from 1.30pm at Titwood.

Immediately after, the L4s will play Glasgow University 4s from 3.00pm in the Second Round of WD Cup.

Photo credit: Andy Lovat

M1s win to stay in Top 4 hunt, L1s run riot again – Weekend Review – 2nd November

M1s 6-3 Kelburne 1s (S Walker (2), D Nairn (2), C McFadden, E Lindsay)

Clydesdale Men’s 1s registered their fourth win in a row against Kelburne 1s on Saturday at Glasgow Green – which in turn gave them back to back league wins in the Men’s Premiership this season and put them firmly in the race for a top four Play-Off spot.

Doubles from Struan Walker and David Nairn as well as a goal each from Chris McFadden and Euan Lindsay gave the M1s a 6-3 scoreline. The result – as well as others in the Men’s Premiership – takes Ciaran Crawford’s side up to fifth in the table, three points behind fourth placed Edinburgh University. The win was also Clydesdale’s fourth win in a row in all competitions against Kelburne, dating back to the two sides Scottish Cup Quarter Final meeting in March 2018.

The Titwood boys would have been in buoyant mood following their narrow 2-1 win nearly a fortnight ago against Hillhead, ending a run of three league losses. Andrew Allan returned to the starting squad in a game that started with a predictably high tempo before the M1s took the lead. Walker – also returning to the squad having missed the Hillhead match – found himself in space on the penalty spot before calmly slotting to give Clydesdale the lead. Not long after, McFadden then scored a penalty corner to double their advantage. Two became three in the second quarter when Nairn then produced a superb goal, beating four defenders before scoring across the goal with a reverse stick shot.

Kelburne then got back into the game by responding from a penalty corner to reduce the deficit back to two goals. The away side continued to create scoring chances after, and eventually took one when Nairn grabbed his second of the game. The Paisley side scored the sixth goal of the game, with a counter attack that continued all the way to the baseline, before a cutback to the penalty spot saw a forward on the home side finish past Sean Mahoney. Walker then matched Nairn’s tally, but only from a quick reaction rebound at chest height after the latter’s initial shot was saved. Lindsay then got in on the act towards the end, picking up a pass in front of Kelburne’s goalkeeper before spinning round and finishing. The home side did score a consolation at the end after a well flicked penalty corner was put in to the far corner of the ‘Dale goal.

L1s 11-0 Glasgow University 1s (J Eadie (3), L Sabatelli (2), N Harkness (2), K Belch, B Shields, A Howie, S Allan)

Clydesdale Western 1s produced another scintillating performance in front of goal as they hammered Glasgow University 1s at Glasgow Green to maintain top spot in the Women’s Premiership.

‘Dale Western scored eleven goals without conceding against the student side to keep their three point advantage over current champions Edinburgh University. Following up from their 12-0 win against Grove Menzieshill the previous weekend, the L1s have now scored a gobsmacking 23 goals in two games.

Jen Eadie scored hat-trick, whilst there were goals for Lexi Sabatelli, Naomi Harkness (both two each), Karin Belch, Bronwyn Shields, Ali Howie and Susie Allan (all with one goal each). The Titwood girls scored an early goal, which effectively set the tone for the remainder of the contest, before adding four more before half time with some flowing team moves. The second period saw chances few and far between, but all the more impressive as Clydesdale Western went one better in their second half tally to record a double figure win.

The performance and result will have most certainly pleased Head Coach Derek Forsyth, who gave a debut to young goalkeeper Cara McAllister. McAllister came in for regular L1s ‘keeper Jessica Buchanan, who was ruled out with injury, to record a clean sheet in what was an extremely comfortable day for the youngster and her teammates.

M2s 5-0 Grove Menzieshill 2s (C Moulson, A Black, N Fulton (2), I King); M3s 1-1 Strathclyde University 2s (J Bradley); M4s 1-5 Hillhead 4s (C Gambles)

L2s 5-1 Watsonians 2s (H Steiger (2), K Moffett, L Arnold, M Fletcher); L3s 0-0 George Heriots FP 1s; L4s 3-2 Uddingston 2s (A Winter, A Sandhu, Z Monaghan); L5s 10-1 Giffnock 1s (L Halley (3), R Brown (3), H Hood, C Pender, C Clark, C Foxworthy); L6s 3-6 Arran 1s (A Sturgess (2), A Campbell)

There were big wins for three of our Clydesdale & Clydesdale Western teams on Saturday.

The M2s and L2s both scored five goals each in their wins against Grove Menzieshill 2s and Watsonians 2s respectively at Titwood. The M2s produced a brilliant display in Men’s Regional Division One against Menzieshill as reverse stick shot goals from Colin Moulson and Aidan Black gave the home side a 2-0 lead, before defender Neil Fulton crashed in a corner right before half time. In the second period, Ian King scored a rebound from a PC and Fulton again scored with a carbon copy of his first goal, capping off a professional display from the M2s. The result sees Stuart Banford’s side up to fourth in Regional One, five points off top spot.

The L2s finally hit top form against Watsonians 2s to jump up to fourth in the Women’s Championship Division One table. Kate Moffett scored from close range early on at Titwood, before Holly Steiger and Lucy Arnold made it 3-0 going in at half time. Mairi Fletcher then scored with an impressive reverse deflection in the second half, whilst Steiger showed quick reactions to deflect front stick for her second goal and her side’s fifth goal of the game. Watsonians 2s scored a consolation from a penalty corner to complete the scoring at 5-1. The L3s, in the same competition as the L2s, played out a goalless draw away to George Heriots FP 1s.

The L5s are now second in Women’s West District Division Two after a sublime 10-1 win over Giffnock 1s at Hutchesons’ Grammar School (HGS). Lauren Halley and Rachel Brown both scored hat-tricks, whilst there was a goal each for Helen Hood, Christine Pender, Catherine Clark and Carla Foxworthy. The L4s are top of Women’s West District Division One after a nail biting 3-2 win at home to Uddingston 2s. A goal each from youngsters Anna Winter, Aaliyah Sandhu and Zoe Monaghan made it four league wins from four to maintain their side’s 100% start to the season.

Elsewhere, the M3s in Men’s West District Division One rescued a point in a 1-1 draw at home to Strathclyde University 2s. Johnny Bradley was on hand to cancel out Strathy’s goal, which keeps the M3s above the student side in fifth place. The M4s had it slightly tougher against Hillhead 4s at Lower Windyedge in Men’s West District Division Two, losing out 5-1. The young away side, to their credit, maintained a competitive performance throughout but could not contain what was a strong Hillhead 4s team. The L6s were the same in terms of competition, but sadly also the same in the results stake after they lost out at HGS to Arran 1s in Women’s West District Division Three. The L6s lost 6-3, despite a brace from Anne Sturgess and a goal from Alex Campbell.

Photo credit: Duncolm Sports Photography