We have been invited to the Kilbirnie Ladeside Tournament over Saturday 15th. July and Sunday 16th.July the four clubs taking part are the hosts Kilbirnie, Rutherglen Glencairn , Senor club Stranraer and ourselves.
Saturday 22nd. July our annual fixture against Abbey Vale for the Tommy Jamieson Memorial Trophy k.o.2pm. It is our turn to travel to Abbey Vale bus details at a later date.
Wednesday 26th. July home to Premier league runners up Kirkintilloch Rob Roy k.o. 7.30pm
Saturday 29th. July a trip doon to Ayr to play Whittlets Vics k.o.2pm travel details later.
Thistle were minutes away from being champions with the score 3 each Cambuslang were awarded a penalty in the 2nd. minute of injury time which they duly netted Straight from the restart the referee then blew for fulltime so Thistle lost out on the title on goal difference. Still been a great season for everyone associated with the club and to get back to Premier set up after an absence of seven was a great achievement for the staff ,players, committee and supporters . Lets hope we can push on next season and reach the super premier . With the real possibility of league reorganisation coming in at the end of next season the top six of the premier first would automatically be promoted to the top league.
The club would like to thank all our sponsors for their financial support and hope they will continue to assist the club.
Hard work starts now in preparation for next season.
This seasons awards ceremony will be held in the clubhouse on Saturday 10th. June with the presentations being completed in time for everyone to watch the Scotland v England clash from Hampden kick off 5pm. Their will be an Indian buffet during the game. All supporters are welcome to attend. Lets hope we are also celebrating being champions should Cambuslang not beat Neilston. Irrespective of this result it has been a magnificent season and our sincere thanks go to Dunky, Tam’ John Ross and the players. Some interesting trips for us next season.
Larkhall Thistle beat third placed St Roch’s 2-1 today in front of their biggest crowd for years to win promotion to the Super League First Division. Here’s the winning goal, scored by Larkhall captain Mark Canning.
This is the final league game of the season for the Jags in what is basically a game they must win which would secure promotion to the super 1st league and after discussions with the police the following measures will be put in place.
Strict segregation will be in place for this game with visiting supporters being housed on the dugout side of the ground with entry through the gate on that side of the ground. Visiting supporters will be directed along the lane between the houses and the park to reach this gate.
Home supporters will be housed in the enclosure with entry through normal gates.
The clubhouse and the shop will be closed to all supporters.
Lets make sure this vital match for both teams is remembered for all the right reasons and is in keeping with what we expect from junior football.