This weekend sees the return of the Men’s teams and Clydesdale Western’s three West District teams also in action. The first three Ladies teams have the weekend off due to the Girls Inter-Districts taking place.
M1s vs. Kelburne 1s (1.30pm, A)
Ciaran Crawford will be marking his first game as Clydesdale Men’s 1st XI coach this Saturday when his side return to league action to take on Kelburne 1s at Glasgow Green from 1.30pm.
The M1s have already registered two draws from their opening two league games, but will be keen to pick up their first three points of the season. Kelburne lost their opening game of the season last weekend, losing out 2-1 to Western Wildcats at Auchenhowie.
Games against Kelburne have always historically been difficult as shown by last season’s league results, with the Paisley side winning both games. The M1s, however, will be in positive mood after their last competitive encounter between the two sides saw Clydesdale succeed on penalty flicks in last season’s goalless Scottish Cup Quarter-Final tie.
M2s vs. Hillhead 2s (5.00pm, H); M3s vs. Glasgow University 2s (2.00pm, H); M4s vs. GHK 2s (4.30pm, A); M5s vs. Helensburgh 3s (12.30pm, H); L4s vs. Rottenrow 1s (1.30pm, A); L5s vs. East Kilbride 1s (3.30pm, H); L6s vs. Arran 1s (11.30am, A)
There is a full card of games on at Titwood starting from 12.30pm when the M5s take on Helensburgh 3s in Men’s West District Division Three. The M3s play Glasgow University 2s from 2.00pm in Men’s West District Division One, before the L5s host East Kilbride 1s at 3.30pm in Women’s West District Division Two. The M2s complete the card of home games when Hillhead 2s come to visit for a 5.00pm PB in Men’s Regional Division One. The away games taking place on Saturday starts with the L6s playing away to Arran 1s from 11.30am in Women’s West District Division Three. The L4s go to Glasgow Green to play Rottenrow 1s from 1.30pm in Women’s West District Division One. The M4s are away at Old Anniesland against GHK 2s in Men’s West District Division Two action – 4.30pm PB.
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