Larkhall Thistle’s game today at Maryhill has been called off due to the rain, park is unplayable.
After an early scare when it looked like Thistle might have been overrun by a well fancied Bellshill team, the Jags came back strongly and finished the game by far the stronger team in the proverbial game of two halves.
Thistle hosted struggling Cambuslang Rangers today, probably expecting to pick up all three points. But games between the teams in recent years have always gone with the team who finished lower in the league so this was a potential banana skin – and so it proved to be.
Today the Jags take on Cambuslang Rangers at Gasworks Park. Despite the Lang being nearer the wrong end of the table, we are expecting a tough game as usual against the team from down the M74.
The Daily Record has a match preview and an interview with ex Thistle player Alan Shields who is the co-manager of Cambuslang. Shields has high praise for two Thistle players, Davie McEwan and Graham Gracie.
Kick off is 2:00pm and admission is £4.00, concessions £2.00.
Today’s league game with St Anthony’s has been called off, like most games in the region, due to flooding.
Tonight there is a Race Night in the Larkhall Thistle Social Club, tickets are only £3.00 and all proceeds go to club funds.
Race Night starts at 7:00pm
Larkhall Thistle produced a performance of real heart and determination against their higher league rivals today and lost out by the narrowest of margins. The Jags were cheered off the park for their efforts by a crowd who appreciated that every one of them had given everything.
Today’s West of Scotland game between Thistle and Shotts is on, kick off 2:00pm.
This is the last cup competition Thistle are involved in this season, so come along and support the team in their quest for silverware.
Admission prices £4.00 adults and £2.00 concessions.