Siren picks up top award while Low gets ac­co­lade

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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.”

Con­fi­dent New Dal­beat­tie Star man­ager Ritchie Maxwell Leav­ing Scott Mil­li­gan

Club stalwart John Low

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