This weekend sees all 8 senior teams in action;
After last weeks Euro success at East Grinstead the Scottish champions Glynhill Hotel Kelburne have a double header as they play catch up in the league. First up on Saturday are Inverleith at Bellahouston 12pm pushback followed by a tricky away match to old rivals Clydesdale at Titwood on Sunday a 2pm pb. Mark Ralph's squad will be looking to maintain their 100% start to the league.
After being idle last weekend Fraser Hutchison's Thomsons Cycles 2nd XI have a top of the table clash against East Coast rivals Grange at Bellahouston with a 1.30pb
Alan Ralph's 3rd XI who were also idle last week have a tough Paisley derby to contend with when Anchor visit Bellahouston as both teams look to maintain their challenge at the top of West District Division 1. 10.30am pb.
Table topping Kelburne 4th XI head over the river to take on league challengers Glasgow Accies, in what is always a tough encounter 2.00pm pb at Windyedge.
Kelburne 5th XI will be looking for their first points of the season as they head down the river to take on county rivals Greenock. Match is a 3.30 pb at Notre Dame High School
Glynhill Ladies 1st XI head East for the 3rd game running to take on Inverleith, looking to pick up their first points of the season at Mary Erskine School 2pm pushback.
Jennifer Morgans young 2nd XI development squad have a home match against Giffnock II 3pm pushback at Bellahouston.
Kelburne Ladies 3rd XI play Ayr II at Linwood with a 2pm start.
This Sunday sees 2 Kelburne U10 squads in action at the Lagoon with matches against themselves, Clydesdale and Uddingston, first match is a 10.20am pushback
Good luck to all teams wearing the Kelburne Yellow on Saturday