A credit to the Com­pany

Rutherglen Reformer - - News From the Pews - Kenny Smith

An­other packed ses­sion for young­sters at the Boys’ Brigade in King’s Park has come to an end.

The young­sters from the 118 Com­pany ended their ses­sion in style, when they in­vited fam­i­lies and friends along to see them per­form­ing in their an­nual dis­play.

It was the per­fect end to an­other ses­sion, which also saw prizes handed out to some of the mem­bers.

The BB’s Stu­art McKay said: “We’ve had an­other busy year at the 118 Ju­nior Sec­tion Boys’ Brigade this year which cul­mi­nated in our an­nual dis­play.

“As al­ways the boys have been a credit to their fam­i­lies and our church and de­cid­ing on the prizes this year was very tough.

“Our foot­ball team also had a very suc­cess­ful year un­der our coach Robert Bamford with our blue team fin­ish­ing the lo­cal league in sec­ond place and our black team not far be­hind in fourth.”

The BB prize win­ners for 2015 were: Best boy: Dy­lan Ste­wart. Best sec­ond year: Jamie Ross.

Best first year: Adam Rae and Matthew Bal­lan­tyne.

Best drill boy: Rob­bie Woods.

Stu­art added: “Our foot­ball player of the year was Scott Cowan, with young player of the year be­ing awarded to Stephen Gilchrist. Jamie Ross was the most im­proved player with Jamie Har­ris win­ning trainer of the year.

“We hope all the boys and their fam­i­lies have a won­der­ful sum­mer and look for­ward to wel­com­ing ev­ery­one back dur­ing the first week of Septem­ber.”

Well done

King’s Park’s 118 Ju­nior Sec­tion Boys’ Brigade saw their ses­sion cul­mi­nate in their prize giv­ing and an­nual dis­play

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