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  1. Morton fans travelling to their next away match against Falkirk on Saturday, 15 December are more than welcome to use Laurieston Bowling Club as a pre-match venue - free of charge. Situated about a mile from the stadium, our newly refurbished clubhouse hosts a pool table, a dart board and two plasma screens showing all major sporting events. Furthermore, we offer free wifi and a range of drinks at affordable prices. If you would like to take us up on this offer and follow in the footsteps of Dundee United, Alloa Athletic and Montrose supporters buses, then please contact me on 07966 305 324 or [email protected] with an idea of times and numbers and we would be more than happy to provide complimentary snacks. For more information, visit our website at www.lauriestonbowlingclub.com. Best wishes, Peter Alexander Peter Alexander
  2. East Stirlingshire - Pre-match venue

    ARABEST The banter and the beer was flowing this afternoon as Laurieston Bowling Club hosted Dundee United supporters from Frank Kopel's Travelling Shindig prior to their away match against Falkirk. Other supporters visiting Falkirk Stadium (home of East Stirlingshire) are more more than welcome to use our clubhouse - free of charge - as a pre-match venue. Situated a mile from the stadium, we host a pool table, a dart board and two plasma screens showing all major sports. Furthermore, we offer free wi-fi and a range of drinks at affordable prices. For more information, visit our website or contact me on 07966 305 324 or [email protected]
  3. ARABEST The banter and the beer was flowing this afternoon as Laurieston Bowling Club hosted Dundee United supporters from Frank Kopel's Travelling Shindig prior to their away match against Falkirk. Other supporters buses visiting Falkirk Stadium are more more than welcome to use our clubhouse - free of charge - as a pre-match venue. Situated a mile from the stadium, we host a pool table, a dart board and two plasma screens showing all major sports. Furthermore, we offer free wi-fi and a range of drinks at affordable prices. For more information, visit our website or contact me on 07966 305 324 or [email protected]
  4. For away fans travelling to Lowland League fixtures against East Stirlingshire at Falkirk Stadium, just to let you know that Laurieston Bowling Club will be offering its clubhouse (free of charge) as a pre- and post-match venue for visiting supporters buses. Situated under a mile from the stadium, our newly refurbished function suite and lounge hosts a pool table, a dart board, free wifi and two plasma screens showing all major sporting events. Furthermore, we offer wines, beers and spirits at affordable prices. If you would like to take us up on this offer, please get in touch with an idea of times/numbers and we would be more than happy to provide complimentary snacks (pies, soup, stovies etc) For more information, check out our website at www.lauriestonbowlingclub.com. Best wishes, Peter Alexander ------------ MOBILE: 07966 305 324 EMAIL: [email protected] WEBSITE: www.lauriestonbowlingclub.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/lauriestonbowls FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/357079838045801/
  5. Hi there, Regarding the Falkirk v Dundee Utd match on Saturday, 22 September, Laurieston Bowling Club will be offering its clubhouse - free of charge - as a pre-match venue to visiting supporters. Situated under a mile from the stadium, our newly refurbished function suite and lounge hosts a pool table, a dart board, free wifi and two plasma screens showing all major sporting events. Furthermore, we offer wines, beers and spirits at affordable prices. If you would like to take us up on this offer, then please get in touch with an idea of times/numbers and we would be more than happy to provide complimentary snacks. For more information, check out our website at www.lauriestonbowlingclub.com. Best wishes, Peter Alexander Mobile: 07966 305 324 Email: [email protected]
  6. Hi there, Peter Alexander here from Laurieston Bowling Club in Falkirk – a short drive from Falkirk Stadium. Just to let you know that should visiting fans to Falkirk decide to run a supporters bus, you are more than welcome to use our newly refurbished function suite and lounge – free of charge – prior to and/or after the match. Situated under a mile from the stadium, our clubhouse hosts a pool table, a dart board and two plasma screens showing all major sporting events. Furthermore, we offer free wi-fi and a range of drinks at affordable prices. If you would like to take us up on this offer, then please contact me on 07966 305 324 or [email protected] to give us an idea of times/numbers and, we would be more than happy to provide complimentary snacks. For more information, visit our website at www.lauriestonbowlingclub.com. Best wishes, Peter Alexander
  7. Attendance definition: the number of people present at a particular place or event. Why do some clubs announce attendances that are higher than the number of people who actually attended a match? Is it to seem more appealing to sponsors? I know Celtic have been doing this for years but more clubs are doing the same, including Falkirk and Dunfermline in this division. Hearts, Hibs and Aberdeen do so in the Premiership. Clubs should be made to announce the actual number of people who actually went to the match in my opinion. What method do the other clubs in this division use when announcing their attendances?
  8. Hi All - new here. I was sent this b***h of a football quiz it has a few scottish teams but have only found one. Help needed! Aim is to find 50 clubs. https://www.reflectdigital.co.uk/find-50/football-quiz-play Decent Friday timewasting...
  9. Hey A young lad from Edinburgh, Cameron Armstrong, passed away the other day. At just 19, his was life cruelly ended by cancer. He was a Hibs fan and also played for Falkirk at youth level. His young sister also passed away in January, there's details of the sad story on the Just Giving page https://www.justgiving.com/CameronArmstrong/ This was really to spread the word to Hibs and Falkirk fans to get together for a minutes applause in the 19th minute at the Scottish Cup semi final on Saturday. I'm very sure it would comfort Cameron's family a little in this very difficult time. Cheers
  10. http://wandywatsonfooty.wordpress.com/2014/12/12/football-season-201415-blog-9/ Apologies for a fair bit of Hearts.
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