Larkhall Thistle had a stand at today’s History of Larkhall exhibition, sales of Jags merchandise like the above went really well. The real winners on a bad day for the Jags were committe men Hugh Kerr and Levi McPhee who stayed behind to man the stall and answer a flood of questions throughout the day, at least they managed to avoid the shambles in Lanark.
After the high point of the season last time out when Thistle beat league leaders Bellshill convincingly, a game against second bottom Wishaw looked to be an easier task on paper but once again things didn’t entirely go to plan.
There are a couple of video clips of the game in the match report, fairly poor quality for speed of upload to Youtube but the match highlights will be available here soon, check back later if you want to see them.
Larkhall Thistle will have a stand at the forthcoming History of Larkhall exhibition, taking place in Larkhall Leisure Centre on 21st March. Club officials will be on hand to present a history of the club in pictures and memorabilia and a lot of work has gone in behind the scenes to assemble the best possible display.
The event runs from 1pm to 6pm so there is time to pop in for a look before or after the match, admission is free.
Thistle were without Hugh Kelly for the visit of runaway league leaders Bellshill but could take some heart from the reverse fixture earlier in the season when the teams drew 3-3 in a game they could well have won.
Thistle got back to work on St Valentine’s Day against a Renfrew team which was chasing third spot in the table. The result was the same as the home game with Frew at Gasworks Park but the Jags fans won’t be queueing up to shower referee Mr McTeirnan with red roses after this display.