All members are cordially invited to attend the 2015 AGM to cover the season just closing and to look forward to the new season starting in August 2015.
Office Bearer positions are available and we are seeking fresh faces and fresh ideas to take our Club forward. Feel free to make informal representation to any Committee member about roles available.
We require people with many different skills to become involved - skills such as personal communication skills, accountancy, business acumen, working with young adults and general life skills, are all very desirable and all representations will be very welcome.
On Saturday Bromac Kelburne travel to play Gordonians in the 1st leg of the new play-off format in Aberdeen. With the home and away legs being played in the same weekend there is no room for error as a place awaits in the final the following weekend at Glasgow Green resulting in the European places being decided.
This weekend saw the Kelburne 2XI travel to Auchenhowie to play old rivals Western, in the knowledge that only a point was required to secure the league title. The team was missing injured Captain Ewan Carmichael.
After 7 mins it was captain Johnny Christie to open the account with a quick fire shot from the top off the circle after good build up play by Douglas Simpson and Lee Morton. It was all Kelburne with flowing moves causing Western a number of problems and it wasn't long before they doubled their lead on a counter-attack - a Johnny Christie through-ball to the in-form forward Jack McKenzie who unleashed a reverse stick shot into the bottom corner.
Please note that tonight's scheduled Ladies 3's training session at Glasgow Green has been cancelled.
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Kelburne 2XI went into this cup tie on the back of a comfortable 2-0 win the previous day. With many regulars unavailable, the team was down to its bare minimum of just 11 players meaning it would be a tough game physically. The team travelled to Dundee hoping to advance to the semi finals.
Kelburne started brightly and got their reward in the first ten minutes when Matt McGinely received the ball down the line from a Connor Bain pass, Matt then cooly beat one player before squaring the ball across to JG Shepherd who was standing unmarked to sweep the ball into the back of the net to make it 1-0.
Half Time: Dundee Wanderers 2XI 1-1 Thomson Cycles Kelburne 2XI
The second half began with Kelburne playing the ball around the back looking for an opening in the Wanderers defence. They found the breakthrough when Fraser Hutchison played a pass to McGinely at the edge of the D, he subsequently then passed to Shepherd on the baseline who returned it to Matt in the D. His first shot was saved but was quick to react and got on the rebound with a cool reverse into the bottom corner to make it 2-1. Kelburne pressed again for another goal to kill the game off and found it when Andrew Bremner notched up his 20th of the season after a great cutback by McGinely on the baseline following good work from Ewan Carmichael to find him.
A hard fought but comfortable win in the end for the Paisley Side to advance to the semi final stage of the cup with a league and cup double still very much a possibility.
Next Saturday, the 2s return to league action against inverleith 2s away in what will be a difficult game hoping to make it 15 wins out of 15.
Craigholme Sports Complex, PB 3pm