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Billy Moffat R.I.P.
LAWRENCE WILLIAM MOFFAT Glenafton Athletic was saddened to learn that former player Billy Moffat has passed away after a long illness. Our thoughts are with Billy’s wife Kathy and their son Lawrence and daughter Katrina at this sad time. Billy … Continue reading
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The management, players and committee have been considering ways to honour the memory of Maggie Buchan who sadly passed away this year. Maggie Buchan Memorial Bench The club have costed the design (see below) , manufacture and installation of a … Continue reading
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Good luck Davie
Glenafton manager Craig McEwan and David Gray have mutually agreed that Davie be given a free transfer to allow him the opportunity to get more playing time. The Glenafton management & committee wishes David every success with his next club … Continue reading
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Ex Glenafton Athletic youth player Jack Hendry who started his career with the Glens signed for Celtic on a transfer deadline day swoop, on a four-and-a-half-deal from Dundee. Jack began his career with the Glens after sone great times and … Continue reading
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Tom Wilson , RIP.
It was with great sadness that Glenafton Athletic learned of the sudden passing of Tam Wilson , a lifelong supporter that devoted so much of his time to the club. It is through the Glens that I have known Tam … Continue reading
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A Big Thank You from the Fun Fours
Glenafton Fun Fours would like to thank all the Glenafton Athletic and Clydebank supporters and other visitors to Loch Park yesterday that kindly gave donations during their half-time penalty shoot-out. We are delighted to announce that due to your generosity … Continue reading
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Fun Fours on the Spot
Glenafton Athletic Fun Fours will take part in a penalty shoot-out during the half-time break in Saturday’s league match at Loch Park when Glenafton host Clydebank. Donation buckets will be in place prior to the shoot-out so please give if … Continue reading
Glens v Rabs: Scottish Head-to-Head
Glenafton continues this season’s Scottish Junior Cup campaign with a 3rd round tie against Kirkkintilloch Rob Roy. The game will take place at Guy’s Meadow home of Cumbernauld United where the Rabs are currently ground sharing. 1961/62: The two sides … Continue reading
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Glens on the (weather) map
Glenafton’s storming win over raining Premier Division Champions Auchinleck Talbot in the Ardagh Cup final (when many never gave the Glens a snowball’s chance in h*ll) , in the glorious sunshine at Troon on Sun-day has been hailed by BBC … Continue reading
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Glenafton Athletic were saddened to learn of the passing of former assistant manager Sammy Conn on Sunday last, following a lengthy illness with Motor Neurone Disease. Sammy played for Polkemmet Juniors before stepping up to the seniors with Falkirk in … Continue reading
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