Welcome to Glenafton Athletic Junior Football Club.
We were formed in 1930 at the heart of the miners’ rows in Connel Park, New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland and are known as ‘The Glens’ or ‘The Afton’. Our colours have been red and white since 1960 when we moved to our home at Loch Park in the heart of the village of New Cumnock.
We play in the West Region Premiership of the Scottish Junior Football Association .
- Saturday 20 April 2019 KO 2:00pm
- Ardagh Group West of Scotland Cup
- Loch Park , New Cumnock
- GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 2 CAMBUSLANG RANGERS 1
- Match report and photos here
FRYE AT THE DOUBLE IN QUARTER-FINDLAY
Glenafton extended their unbeaten Run to 11 games with a hard fought 2-1 win over a determined and well drilled Cambuslang Rangers side at a sweltering Loch Park.
Glens were forced to make a couple of changes from the eleven that started in last Saturday’s victory over Kirkintilloch Rob Roy. Young keeper Craig Burns came in for Brian McGarrity who sustained a knee injury against the Rabs and Kyle McAusland replaced Craig Menzies who was unavailable for selection. In other changes Ally Park and Mick McCann made way for Dale Moore and Mick McCann.
The home side made the breakthrough on 17 minutes after Joe Andrew played a slick one-two with Kit Cummins down the right flank before breaking into the box and squaring the ball for the incoming Findlay Frye to take a touch before picking spot from seven yards out, giving keeper Christopher Treacy no chance.
Craig McLeish drew the sides level on 28 minutes with a sweetly struck shot from the left-hand corner of the box that although Burns got both hands to the ball, it slipped through them and into the net. The Glens restored their lead three minutes later after Cummins was adjudged to have been brought down in the box by Zak Moynes and despite the Camby’s protest the referee pointed to the spot after which Findlay Frye converted from 12 yards with some aplomb.
Glens gradually took a grip of the second half and were creating the best if the chances on offer. They suffered a blow with 10 minutes to go after Leon Murphy had to be carried following a bad tackle. Although the home side passed up a number of glorious chances to kill off the game in the closing minutes they fully desreved to go through to the semi-final where they will travel to face Beith on Saturday 4th May.
- Saturday 27 April 2019 KO 2:00pm
- McBookie.com West Region Premiership
- Match 27
- Loch Park , New Cumnock
- GLENAFTON ATHLETIC v LARGS THISTLE
- SAT 27 APR 2:00pm PREMIER DIVISION | LARGS THISTLE (H)
- SAT 04 MAY 2:00pm WEST OF SCOTLAND CUP SEMI-FINAL | BEITH JUNIORS (A)
- FRI 10 MAY 7:00pm PREMIER DIVISION | TROON (A)
- SAT 18 MAY 2:00pm PREMIER DIVISION | LARGS THISTLE (A)
- FRI 14 JUN 7:30pm PREMIER DIVISION | AUCHINLECK TALBOT (H)