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  1. 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/
  2. Well thank goodness we have this to look forward to after another international break, St Mirren have looked fairly decent since the appointment of Goodwin and will be no push overs. Our seemingly never ending injury crisis may limit us in terms of what style we'd like to play. I think we'll probably line up like this: Laidlaw Fraser Morris Watson Foster Mullin Henderson Grivosti Gardyne McKay Stewart Very inexperienced midfield 2 but they both have some serious potential. St Mirren will be dangerous and have some good attacking options. I'll go for a cagey 1-0 win with Mullin scoring.
  3. Yes United! Absolutely fantastic to see us putting a wee run together towards the end of the season, it's amazing what a few wins and some clean sheets can do for confidence. Dare I say it but since my first post on here we've found a bit of form. I mean most people would've expected St Mirren to trounce us and celebrate the title at Tannadice, thankfully that didn't happen and we've taken 9pts from 9. Can we keep it up? No doubt that Mohsni, Ralston and Gillespie have come in and made a difference, we have a fighting spirit that has been lacking. Big Deniz in goal and Big Tam up top have done well also, we look like a team reborn. With 2 league games to go we've still a chance of 2nd and if we get 2nd I firmly believe we will get promoted, it is really tough to go up from 3rd or 4th though so we need Brechin (eek), or Inverness to take something off Livi to give us a chance. Playoffs should be exciting also, Livi have a good side and incredible team spirit. Their system is tough to play against and they're pretty physical, I think we're better suited to playing against them now with a few fighters in the team, ha! Dunfermline are pretty good too and if Inverness make it wowzers what a bloody run they've had! Hard lines for Morton - they've been up there all season and Quitongo has been out all season, that's been a huge loss for them. Who knows who the Premiership team will be? Would like it to be Thistle, history could repeat itself... Dundee, geezo that would be bonkers for us (if we were to make it obvs), I don't think there's much between top of Championship and bottom of Premiership at all, just look at Hibs! Finally, congratulations to St Mirren - by far the best and most consistent team this season, well deserved title win. Maybe just calm down with the hyperbole though, Chairman saying they'll finish 4th next season and Jack Ross is better than Fergie!! Let's maybe concentrate on staying up first and build from there, sure they'll stay up if they keep Ross, but he's sure to be in demand. p.s better font / size here - I composed the last one on word and copy & pasted it without really looking at other stuff n that, apologies.
  4. So, this should be fun. Both teams are in decent form and a Friday night kick off. For us, I'd imagine we'll have Davis back in the defence, possibly pairing with the goal machine that is Gary Mac. Eckersley pulled his hamstring and it doesn't sound like he'll make it but at least Stellios put in a decent enough performance to merit maybe a start. Other than that, I presume it'll be the same squad. It would be lovely to come away with a win here, a draw wouldn't be terrible though.
  5. Anyway news on this year's Renfrewshire Cup - who's qualified from the Victoria Cup? Are the Semi-Finals due now or in pre-season? Will the Final continue to occupy its traditional slot, which would be Saturday 19th July at Cappielow? Can high-flying St Mirren reclaim the cup from relegated Morton? Can Morton avoid a Hamilton-esque drubbing?
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