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      Pie and Bovril Nostalgia Mobile Phone Cases!   12/09/18

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Starting to install a covered enclosure for 100 plus turnstiles.

 

https://creetownfc.co.uk/fence-complete/

 

What's the history of Creetown? Most of the other SoS teams in that area have been SFA members at some point despite playing on open fields so have Creetown ever been members or why have they missed out?

 

 

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It goes to show what hard work can do for you .

While other clubs are spunking money on players ( unbelievable that any player in this league gets cash ) they should be up grading and  looking after every penny . 

Clubs with facilities they have little or no control over . 

Well done to everyone at Creetown .

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Shambles for getting the game to go ahead? Can't control the weather.  You could even say they are giving up an advantage  by going to play on 3g when the visitors play on that most weeks 

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Given the amount of rain over Thursday and Friday it was inevitable that some grass pitches would be unplayable. Lets keep it real on here guys!

Creetown have played in the Scottish cup twice, in 1903 as Barholm Rovers when they were drawn away to Dundee but decided to scratch rather than incur the expense of travel.Creetown were beaten at Cathkin by Third Lanark, 6-2 in 1935.

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Yet they still can’t play there games at home ??? We will do the ground but not play at home !!! Shambles

Game got played ya rocket was alot of rain during week so saved the lads being idle another week

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Good luck if going foebthe licensing.  Some serious money is going in to it.  

Floodlights now a mandatory requirement for all new licensing though.  

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