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  1. Junior football, what is the future?

    At moment Kilwinning are not interested, Abbey Park is too far from licensing at the minute
  2. Just the Juniors radio show

    Wonder what he'll be talking about, how to fit in 30 games in 9 weeks
  3. League debate

    Why would games be off April, May, June, July, August? 22 Saturdays, 3 games in March, 4 in September, 4 October, 31 without a Wednesday, there's also 22 of them in 5 summer months if you need them Might need a computer to work out the fixtures like every other league in the Northern hemisphere but if we're changing things way stop at that
  4. West Region Secretary

    Now that we've had half a season of the same old same old did the members get it wrong? Would Kenny have at least tried something new? His website/social media plan would have at least made the leagues a more interesting option for advertisers. Would giving a new direction a go have been such a bad idea? After all it could have been changed back to what we have if it didn't Clubs shouldn't be scared to say who they voted for, after all its our league. As mentioned on Rocksport radio the Buffs voted for Kenny despite the 16 point deduction and the Lugar fiasco, because it was worth a try and modernisation, even in its smallest form, is worth a try. Would your clubs vote now be different? And can someone please point out the benefits of the status quo, it's hard to see.
  5. Junior football, what is the future?

    there is that, and as for the league, you'd think McBookie might chuck in a free tenner at least for taking part
  6. Games that might be on this weekend

    Our parks already been given to Dalry
  7. Junior football, what is the future?

    Yip, if they go the Holy Grail will soon become the West v whats left of the East
  8. Junior football, what is the future?

    Am I right in thinking that some teams had games off in the first 3/4 months of the season, summer football won't fix poor pitches.
  9. Bankies nxt season

    We’ve invested a fair bit in the surface, and this Saturday, had we been at home, would have been our first Call off this season, 6 home games in the first 7 weeks hasn’t helped at all. At this point we’d probably join the Isle of Man league if we could get a decent fixtures plan, weather aside, no income based club could operate on 3 full gates, ie home league matches, since the 30th Sept to the 24th March, couldn’t junior clubs nominate a 2nd ground at a 3G pitch, loss of income is an issue but fans getting to see the team regularly might keep an interest in the Juniors
  10. Bankies nxt season

    It really depends what our fans want, for every Beith/Talbot match there’s a Girvan/Arthurlie one, I’d say Clydebank was one of our largest crowds this season, sorry to see them go. On the other hand our fans of tomorrow will be members of our youth teams and people coming via the community sports club, we still have to explain what “junior “ is to them, the junior fans aren’t there in the masses anymore, being top of the West hasn’t inspired the town to come back out and support us, that could be pure apathy to the junior grade which competes for attention with the best in the world beamed into houses. It could be the one League Home game every 70 days. The lack of promotion might also be an issue.
  11. Junior football, what is the future?

    Certainly puts the cat amongst the pigeons, I’m sure no West club will want to the last to go especially if the EOS launch an WOS this season.
  12. Kilwinning Rangers 17/18

    2 weeks Away to Girvan
  13. Freebies for the committee

    We counted 32 Glenafton Committee cards at the last match
  14. Kilwinning Rangers 17/18

    We tried to get that away game on but Girvans park isnt fit
  15. West League - SFA Pyramid

    There's a proposal being sent out by the SJFA re Pryamid, Lets see what that brings, as far as I know only one other Super Premier club is interested in the BSC proposal, althought it has all gone quite from the BSC end. As we mentioned in the press we arn't deperate for it to happen, we just think things couldnt get any worse, no sponsorship of the "Holy Grail", we've had 5 home league fixtures in the first 6 weeks, then 2 home league fixtures in 6 months and our parks fine, Holy Grail opponents couldn't field a team in the first round. As for local competition, we havent been in the same division as the Medda for 4/5 years. Clubs should be able to find their natural level