End of sea­son hon­ours

Rutherglen Reformer - - Motoring Guide -

The boys and girls of a lo­cal football team were hon­oured for their con­tri­bu­tion over the past sea­son at their player of the year event.

Cam­bus­lang This­tle, who run two teams, held the event at the Glen­cairn Venue last month.

And it proved a great suc­cess as the side brought the cur­tain down on a suc­cess­ful cam­paign.

The 1999’s boy’s team play in the Pais­ley John­stone and Dis­trict Youth Football League.

They en­joyed an up and down sea­son, but with a more set­tled team to­wards the end they man­aged to reach their first fi­nal in the Pais­ley John­stone and Dis­trict Youth Cup.

Un­for­tu­nately, they lost out to a goal scored in the fi­nal min­utes of the game.

The 2004’s are a mix of boys and girls.

They com­pete in the East Ren­frew­shire Soc­cer de­vel­op­ment As­so­ci­a­tion and have gone from strength to strength, bond­ing well as a team and im­prov­ing ev­ery week.

The win­ners of the main awards were - Cam­bus­lang This­tle ‘1999s’ Most im­proved: Kyle Niven Par­ents player: Cameron God­frey

Coaches player: Len­non Camp­bell

Sec­re­tary’s player: Ciaran Coyle

Man­agers player: Lewis Reid

Play­ers player : Jack Hen­der­son Cam­bus­lang This­tle ‘2004s’ Par­ents play­ers: Co­lette Truswell, John Ware

Coaches player: Elise Wil­son

Sec­re­tary’s player: An­drew Park

Man­agers player: Cal­lum Meechan

Play­ers play­ers: Ben Fran­cis, Peter Fer­gu­son.

Deb­bie Chung, a par­ent with the 2004 side, said: “Our coaches ( Pamela and Tommy Wil­son) work tire­lessly for our team.

“None of this could be pos­si­ble if it wasn’t for the ded­i­ca­tion of the coaches, the sup­port of the par­ents and the help of our spon­sors Camp­bell and Kennedy and Thompson.”


Cam­bus­lang This­tle’s 2004 team en­joy their end of sea­son awards party

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