Manager : Craig McEwan
Craig first joined Glenafton in November 2010 signed by then manager Mark Shanks. A vastly experienced defender ‘Southy’ played for 14 seasons at senior level with Clyde, Raith Rovers, Ayr United, Dumbarton, Brechin City and Stenhousemuir. While at Clyde and Raith Rovers he was capped 17 times for the Scotland U21 national side.Craig’s junior career began in 2009/10 with Linlithgow Rose before moving on to Pollok and then Glens that season.
In five seasons at Loch Park the Glens were crowned the Super League 1st Division Champions (2011/12) , won the West of Scotland Cup (2012/13) and were Scottish Junior Cup finalists (2013/14).
Craig was appointed manager of Arthurlie in October 2014 with former Glenafton colleagues Craig Potter and Stevie Kerrigan as his assistants. In January 2015 , he took over as manager of Glenafton following the resignation of Tommy Bryce, with Craig and Stevie also returning to Loch Park. Stevie stepped down from the club at the end of season 2014/15.
Assistant Manager: Craig Potter
Craig first joined Glenafton at the start of season 2011/12 signed by then manager Darren Henderson. A versatile player in defence and midfield Potts joined Ayr United in 2002/03 before heading for the USA and four seasons at Hartwick College. On his return to Scotland he had spells at senor sides Airdrie United, Clyde and Dumbarton.
He joined the junior ranks with Cumnock Juniors before moving to Dalry Thistle and from there to New Cumnock. In two seasons at Loch Park the Glens won the Super League 1st Division Championship and the West of Scotland Cup. Craig moved to Kilwinning Rangers at the start of season 2013/14 and had a spell at Troon before teaming up with Southy at Arthurlie.
Coach: Billy Peacock
Physiotherapist: Michelle McInnes