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Haha he better I'm chucking the Saturday fitbaw to come support him lol
Thank you for your kind offer to join the committee.

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What's my job title 🤣🤣
Div Quinn's chauffeur. Can't believe the travelling expenses he's claiming for getting to home games.

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Schedule now confirmed for the pre-season tournament at Kilbirnie :-

Saturday 14/7/18 - Rutherglen Glencairn v Port Glasgow Juniors - 1pm kick off

Sunday 15/7/18 - Kilbirnie Ladeside or Royal Albert v Rutherglen Glencairn - 11.30am or 1.30pm kick off

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The Glens are pleased to confirm that striker Liam Gormley has agreed and signed a new deal to remain with the club for season 2018-19.

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Good news,as a fit Liam is quite an asset and hope he regains his fitness and form.

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Good news,as a fit Liam is quite an asset and hope he regains his fitness and form.
11 goals in 12 starts + 8 sub appearances last season. His goal scoring record has never been in doubt.

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Rutherglen Glencairn are pleased to confirm the signing of goalkeeper Scott McLellan.

Scott joined the club towards the end of last season, making four appearances, and will now compete with Gary Whyte for the no.1 shirt.

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Today's result at the Kilbirnie tournament :-
Rutherglen Glencairn 1 Port Glasgow Juniors 1
Glens scorer - Kris Gebbie
Port Glasgow Juniors won 4-3 on penalty kicks.

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Today's other result from the Kilbirnie tournament :-
Kilbirnie Ladeside 3 Royal Albert 2

The Glens will now play Royal Albert at 11.30am tomorrow morning in the 3rd & 4th place play-off.

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Obviously I wasn't at the game today, but my moles tell me that we were the better side for most of the game until Port scored midway through the second half. We scrambled a late equaliser from what might be classed as an own goal from Kris Gebbie's shot (I'll decide from Gerry's video).

Port missed their first two penalties, while we scored our first three, and looked certain to go through. But we then missed four penalties in a row, with Port still managing to miss their first sudden death penalty and still go through.

Ah well, them's the breaks as they say, and it was only our first game. We left out players like Whyte, Donaldson, Esplin, Simeon and McKay from the starting eleven today, so perhaps they will play a big part tomorrow.

It's a pity I'll be in mid air at the time.

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Just watched the highlights there, I think it's fair to credit the goal to Gebbie.

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Today's result :-

Rutherglen Glencairn 13 Royal Albert 0

(Scorers - Jay McKay 4, Liam Gormley, Ryan Kerr, Stevie Kerr, Ryan McArdle, Gary Smith 3, Dale Simeon 2.)

 

 

 

 

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You won't hear any Glencairn fans saying that. Fans of other clubs can be as obsessed with us as much as they want, we'll just concentrate on ourselves.

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