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Hi, I'm raising money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) in honour of my friend Scott Cowan by raffling off St Mirren related prizes as Scott was a massive St Mirren fan. We will be raffling off a signed and framed match-worn Stephen McGinn away jersey from the 2018/19 season in which Stephen captained the Saintes to Premiership survival on their return to Scotland's top flight. We also have a 2021/22 signed home shirt to raffle off that has been donated to us by Buddies boss Jim Goodwin. The jersey has been personally signed by both the current staff and players. Both tops will be raffled off individually at £10 per entry per shirt, however, we are doing a special offer atm of £15 for entry into both shirt raffles. Furthermore, we have a lunch with and paid for by League Cup winning former St Mirren boss Danny Lennon up for grabs which is £5 per entry, The Danny Lennon lunch will close on the evening of the 23rd of October so you need to be quick to get involved in that one. However, the two shirt raffles will end at the beginning of November due to them starting later. If you wish to buy a ticket for any of the raffles or find out more you can contact me here or email [email protected] You can also follow updates on the Scott Cowan Memorial Events page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScottCowanMemorial/
The Meh Derby El Beigico Tractorfest Perthshire v Ayshire However you want to slice it, this is the last Meh Derby of the year. I'm quite sure St Johnstone fans (along with the ubiquitous Dundee and Partick fans) will make capital of the fact that Killie fans are overly optimistic when the team haven't precisely been setting the proverbial heather on fire. That said, there's definitely a "buzz about the place". This should be Mulumbu's first game for us. A potential midfield of him and Power/ Dicker is exciting. If only we had a goalscorer, I'd be more confident. That said, I reckon we'll sneak it 2 - 1. And it's not at home, which is a bonus.
Heston Rovers v St Cuthbert Wanderers Friday 24th Feb, Meadow Park, 19:30 Kick Off. Should hopefully be a decent game. Noticed Saints have turned them over a few times this season so expect them to win but it would be good if Heston could make a good game out of it. My prediction is 4-2 Saints AET
So it's been quite a day for the jingoistic tub-thumpers. 1. The Indian supreme court have decrees that cinemas must play their national anthem at the start of a screening: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-38155630 2. Donald Trump is proposing that flag-burners are sent to chokey: http://edition.cnn.com/2016/11/29/politics/donald-trump-flag-burning-penalty-proposal/ 3. St Andrew's day is a bank holiday? OK so this didn't happen just this week but I only just found out about it over on the quiz thread. Anyway, there's seemingly a trend towards empty-gesture, saber-rattling. Next thing you'll know there will be calls for a National Day like the upstart, johnny-come-lately countries such as France, Germany, Sweden and The US have. So what are the worst examples of nationalistic tokenism?