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Squad News


Name Details
Kevin BRADLEY re-signed
Finlay FRYE re-signed
Paul GALLACHER re-signed
Del HEPBURN Vale of Clyde
Jordan LONGMUIR re-signed
Allan MacKENZIE re-signed
Kieran McALEENAN re-signed
Ross McCABE Petershill FC
Mark McLENNAN re-signed
Mark SIDESERF Irvine Meadow IX
John SWEENEY re-signed
Chris WALKER Shotts BA
Gary WILD re-signed
Colin WILLIAMSON Cumnock Juniors
David WINTERS re-signed

Signing News: Chris Walker

Name: Chris Walker 
Age: 25
Previous Club: Shotts Bon Accord

The latest name to added to Tony McInally’s squad for season 2015-16 is 6’5” central defender Chris Walker, who joins Lok from Shotts. Eagle-eyed supporters may recognise Chris from a short spell at Camp New in 2009 where he made three starts and one sub appearance.

 Walker scores for Shotts. Photo: Stevie DooganLok manager Tony McInally said of Chris: “Chris is a 6’5” central defender who, as you can imagine, is very dominant in the air.

“He has developed into a very powerful defender who scores plenty of goals from set plays.

“He’s the kind of player that Pollok fans love to see, and I’m sure fans will take to his style of play.”

Click here to see Chris’ power in the air as he heads home against Clydebank.

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Signing News: Colin Williamson

Name: Colin Williamson 
Age: 28 
Previous Club: Cumnock Juniors is delighted to welcome playmaker Colin Williamson to the club’s midfield for the coming season. Another Tony McInally protégé, Colin joins Lok having spent the previous two season at Townhead Park in Cumnock.

Colin in action for Shotts

McInally told “Colin is a top class junior midfielder with a tremendous engine, great work ethic and an excellent range of passing.

“He did a great job for us at Shotts, but in addition, he’s been mixing it with the best midfielders in the game for a few years now, and we’ll benefit from his experience.

“Colin was highly sought after by top junior clubs, and a handful of senior clubs, so it goes without saying that we are delighted he choose to come to Pollok.”

Watch Colin score a one-man wonder goal for EK Thistle against Clydebank

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Signing News: Mark Sideserf

Name: Mark Sideserf
Age: 26
Previous Club: Irvine Meadow

Joining Lok to shore up the left side of defence, former McInally alumnus Sideserf joins his old manager at Pollok

Mark in action against Lok for Shotts (Pic: Stevie Doogan)

McInally: “Left back has been a problem area for us since we joined the club and we are delighted with capture of one of the best left backs in junior football.

“Mark played for us at Shotts previously and has matured and developed into a top class junior now.
His best years should be at Pollok and he is a talented player with great technical ability.”

Lok fans will doubtlessly remember this goal Mark scored at Newlandsfield. (Supporters of a sensitive disposition should avoid!)


Signing News: Ross McCabe

Name: Ross McCabe
Age: 25
Previous Club: Petershill


Ross in Action for Peasy
Powerful stopper Ross McCabe has joined Pollok for the coming season. A recognisable figure in the Peasy defence for several seasons past, McCabe brings with him a wealth of junior and senior experience, having made his debut for Hamilton Accies first team at the age of just sixteen.

Tony McInally told “We were looking for a strong, proven, dominant centre back with leadership qualities and Ross has all of these attributes so he will be big asset to Pollok for years to come.” 


Signing News: Derek Hepburn Joins the Attack

Name: Derek Hepburn
Age: 21
Previous Club: Vale of Clyde 

Dynamic forward Derek Hepburn has joined Pollok after the out-of-contract player agreed to join the Newlandsfield men for the coming season.

Tony McInally was effusive in his praise for the young forward. “Derek is a very pacy, creative, skilful player who can play wide or up top with an eye for goal. He played for Rangers in his teenage years.
He is a player who has been on our radar for some time and we hope we can coach and develop to reach his undoubted potential.”

See Derek score for his former club against Cumbernauld earlier this month.


Signing News: Three Familiar Faces Re-Sign

While the ink dries on deals for some new faces at Newlandsfield, we are delighted to inform supporters of three familiar faces who have agreed terms to remain at Lok for the Southside club’s return to the top league.

They are, in alphabetical order, winger Kevin ‘Taz’ Bradley, midfielder Kieran McAleenan and defender Gary Wild. 

Tony McInally told “One of the things I swore I would bring back to Pollok was stability, and I think the fact that we’ve held onto ten or eleven of the guys who played consistently for us last season shows that.

“It’s a big year coming up, and if you look at the teams who’ve been competitive in the top league over the years, you’ll see they’re usually settled squads, with a few changes and tweaks each year.

“That’s the philosophy we’re bringing back to Pollok.”

Meanwhile, going in the opposite direction, the club have released Jamie Barclay, Guiseppe Capuano, Jamie Darroch, Ryan McBeth and Graeme McLaren.

Tony McInally asked to publicly offer his thanks to the outgoing players for their efforts at the club and to wish each of them all the best in future at their new clubs.

There will be further announcements later in the week, so come back and check the site every day!


Season 2014-2015: By The Numbers

Lok statto, Martin Donnelly, has completed his annual report on the numbers of the past season. This includes match summaries, player appearance analysis and the end of season goal tally. The file is available to download in .pdf format which will work on PC and Mac.

The report is available here:




Lok's Bar Pre- and Post-match arrangements

FANS of Pollok and Blantyre Vics are invited to the Newlandsfield Suite or Trophy Bar of Lok's Bar and Kitchen, next door to the ground, before Saturday's big cup final kick off.

Both bars will also be open at half time to cater for thirsty supporters.

After the match, the Trophy Bar will be showing the crucial Scotland qualifier in HD at 5pm.


Pollok Juveniles - Ones To Watch

As Pollok prepare to take on the U21 side in a friendly, we take a look at three of the ‘Juves’ players that will hope to make an impact on Tony McInally.


First of John Alexander’s men to feature is Top Goalscorer, Striker, Andrew McLaughlin. Andy has finished the season with 30 goals in 28 games - a record our own David Winters would be proud of. Juveniles Manager, John Alexander says the only way to describe the 20 year olds’ goal record is “fantastic”


Gary Wild marks Andy McLaughlin in last year’s friendly


The next of the ‘Juves’ we focus on is 22 year old Andy Kyle. The left-sided player who moved from Eastwood U21s at the start of the season is known for his wide range of passing and free-kick ability. Andy will hope to take any cahnce possible to catch Tony McInally’s eye.


Our final player we have noted to look out for is Juveniles Captain, Darren McNeil. The 22 year-old plays in the central role and has been describe as the engine of the midfield. McNeil has been training with the first team recently and hopes for a move to the compete in the Premier League.


We hope fans will be able to come and see our young prospects and support the Lok v Lok match on Saturday 6th June - Kick Off: 3pm. 




Fixture Announcement

Pollok will play the Pollok Juveniles (U21) side in a preperation match to finalsie match fitness before facing Auchinleck in the semi-fianl of the Evening Times cup.


The match will take place at Newlandsfield on Saturday 6th of June - 3pm Kick Off.