Siren picks up top award while Low gets accolade
we should be able to in the next few weeks.”
Star’s new-look squad will start pre-season training on June 18 with the first friendly against South of Scotland League outfit Heston Rovers.
They’ll then face Wearside’s Seaham Red Star before taking on Threave Rovers and Bedlington Terriers.
All four games will be at Islecroft with Maxwell keen to fit in some more games before the big kick-off. members were doing the building work.
He can be found at Greenlaw first thing on a Monday clearing up after the weekend’s games and also writes match reports and does odd jobs around the ground.
At the end of the week he starts setting things up for the weekend’s g a m e s, w h e re he takes down details for his reports.
He was also heavily involved in the preparations for the club’s 50th anniversary, going through his records to find the names of every player to have featured in Stewartry’s first XV.
Current club president, Bill Tyre, said: “John Low is a club stalwart.
“The club would never have been able to function without him.
“He’s the first man there and last man away for all our events and matches.
“The club will forever be in his debt for his efforts since the club was formed to present day.
“We also want to thank his wife and family for letting the club borrow his time and efforts all these years.”
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Club stalwart John Low