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Pictures and a full match report from today's home win over Whitletts Victoria (from the official club website) are here.

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Another solid win today and a decent performance, although we had several gears to go up.

It was great to see Gary Smith getting his 50th competitive goal on his 50th competitive appearance (37 starts + 13 substitute appearances). That's some strike rate, and I hope he keeps it going.

We were very comfortable after the 4 goals in an 18-minute spell in the first half. The gaffer sensibly wrapped up Simeon, Esplin and Smith midway through the second half as the game was well won by that point.

We have a few really tough games coming up now, but it'll be good to get a wee break from the league and be the underdogs next week against Kilbirnie Ladeside in the West of Scotland Cup.

We follow that up with a really tough away league match away to Kilsyth Rangers, who have won every home match they've played in the league so far this season.

Then we have a no-pressure clash in the Scottish Junior Cup away to Auchinleck Talbot at the end of the month, nothing to lose for us in that one.

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Pictures and a full match report from today's win over Irvine Victoria (from the official club website) are here.

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15 hours ago, glensmad said:

Another solid win today and a decent performance, although we had several gears to go up.

It was great to see Gary Smith getting his 50th competitive goal on his 50th competitive appearance (37 starts + 13 substitute appearances). That's some strike rate, and I hope he keeps it going.

We were very comfortable after the 4 goals in an 18-minute spell in the first half. The gaffer sensibly wrapped up Simeon, Esplin and Smith midway through the second half as the game was well won by that point.

We have a few really tough games coming up now, but it'll be good to get a wee break from the league and be the underdogs next week against Kilbirnie Ladeside in the West of Scotland Cup.

We follow that up with a really tough away league match away to Kilsyth Rangers, who have won every home match they've played in the league so far this season.

Then we have a no-pressure clash in the Scottish Junior Cup away to Auchinleck Talbot at the end of the month, nothing to lose for us in that one.

I don't really think you are going to be underdogs against Kilbirnie, they are not having the best of times this season so far.  really looking forward to your visit to Duncansfield though, we have something to prove after the embarrassment at your place earlier this season. How many has Gary Smith got this season so far, it could be a race between him and our striker, Salim, for the golden boot in our division

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I don't really think you are going to be underdogs against Kilbirnie, they are not having the best of times this season so far.  really looking forward to your visit to Duncansfield though, we have something to prove after the embarrassment at your place earlier this season. How many has Gary Smith got this season so far, it could be a race between him and our striker, Salim, for the golden boot in our division
Gary has 23 goals from 14 starts + 5 sub appearances this season.

Kilbirnie are in the league above us and have much more resources than we do, so I make us underdogs. The league is far more important for us though. Our trips to Duncansfield are always difficult, and your home form has been perfect, so it'll be a big test for us.

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I don't really think you are going to be underdogs against Kilbirnie, they are not having the best of times this season so far.  really looking forward to your visit to Duncansfield though, we have something to prove after the embarrassment at your place earlier this season. How many has Gary Smith got this season so far, it could be a race between him and our striker, Salim, for the golden boot in our division

Forsyth at Whitletts has 33 goals this season, couldn’t tell you how many were league goals though

Eta- actually 32 goals this season, 24 in league and 8 cup goals

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Forsyth at Whitletts has 33 goals this season, couldn’t tell you how many were league goals though
Eta- actually 32 goals this season, 24 in league and 8 cup goals
Thankfully he only scored one goal over the two games against us.

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3 hours ago, Terry Tibbs said:

Forsyth at Whitletts has 33 goals this season, couldn’t tell you how many were league goals though

Eta- actually 32 goals this season, 24 in league and 8 cup goals

Didn't realise that Adam had scored so many, he started his junior career wth Kilsyth as that is his fathers home town. The competiion is certainly hotting up with almost half the season still to go. Our league is certainly the one for goals, 589 scored in 138 games so far, approx 4.37 goals a game. Any of these three, Adam, Gary & Salim could yet hit 50.

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Our Walking Football sessions in partnership with Glasgow Sport restart on Thursday night, 7pm to 8pm at Glasgow Club Holyrood. This is open to all adults, regardless of age, gender or fitness level. The cost is £3.50 per week, or FREE for Glasgow Club members. Full changing and shower facilities are available, and the session is run by a fully qualified Glasgow Sport coach.
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Disappointing to go out of the West of Scotland Cup today, especially after leading for most of the game. We weren't at our best, but we more than matched a team from the Premiership even though we left out our no.1 goalie and our 23-goal striker, so that was encouraging.

I'd rather we stumbled in the cups than in the league, for me next week's game at Kilsyth was always far more important than today or the Auchinleck game in a couple of weeks.

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Pictures and a full match report from today's cup tie against Kilbirnie Ladeside (from the official club website) are here.

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Rutherglen Glencairn are delighted to announce the signing of striker Callum McRobbie from Cambuslang Rangers.

Callum returns to The Celsius Stadium, having been a product of the club's Under 21 team, for whom he played for three seasons and scored 66 goals. Callum was part of the u21s' treble winning squad in 2012-13.

Since moving on from the club in 2014, Callum has spent a season in the senior ranks with Albion Rovers, as well as spells with Shettleston and Cumnock Juniors, before joining Cambuslang Rangers in 2017.

We welcome Callum back home to The Glens, and he is available for selection for tomorrow's league match against Kilsyth Rangers.

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Rutherglen Glencairn are delighted to announce the signing of striker Callum McRobbie from Cambuslang Rangers.

Callum returns to The Celsius Stadium, having been a product of the club's Under 21 team, for whom he played for three seasons and scored 66 goals. Callum was part of the u21s' treble winning squad in 2012-13.

Since moving on from the club in 2014, Callum has spent a season in the senior ranks with Albion Rovers, as well as spells with Shettleston and Cumnock Juniors, before joining Cambuslang Rangers in 2017.

We welcome Callum back home to The Glens, and he is available for selection for tomorrow's league match against Kilsyth Rangers.


A very good addition to the squad.

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Today's scheduled away league match against Kilsyth Rangers has been postponed due to a frozen area of the pitch at Duncansfield.

We would encourage all Glencairn fans to make their way to Glasgow Green this afternoon - Rutherglen Glencairn u21s v Renfrew Blue u21s - Scottish Cup quarter final, 2pm kick off.

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