A credit to the Company
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.”
King’s Park’s 118 Junior Section Boys’ Brigade saw their session culminate in their prize giving and annual display