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League Standings

  Name P W D L GD Pos Pts
1 Auchinleck 19 15 3 1 +30 57 48
2 Irvine M 18 12 3 3 +14 51 39
3 Clydebank 17 9 3 5 +9 45 30
4 Kilbirnie 20 8 4 8 +10
34 28
5 Petershill 21 6 6 9 -3 27 24
6 Kirkintilloch 21 7 2 12 -15 26 23
7 Hurlford 12 6 4 2 +12 52 22
8 Cumnock 15 5 4 6 +1 40 19
9 Glenafton 16 6 1 9 -7 37 19
10 Arthurlie 18 5 4 9 -15 31 19
11 Pollok 19 5 3 11 -15 27 18
12 Largs 20 5 1 14 -21 22 16

Last updated: 12/04/14

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Richard Barr 19
Iain Diack 16
Thomas Sinclair 7
Stephen Waddell 7
Jamie Barclay 4
David Winters 4
Marco Andreoni 3
Kevin Bradley 3
William Howie 3
Kieran McAleenan 2
Graeme McLaren 2
Josh Horne 1
Reece McGillion 1
Chris McGowan 1

Statistics from goals scored in competitive matches. Most recent update 31/03/14


Scheduled Fixtures

Date Opponent Venue
19/04/14 Arthurlie A

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Manager's Forum

On Friday 25th April, members and fans of Pollok Football Club will have the opportunity to air views and put questions to manager Tony McInally and his coaches.

The event will take place in the club pavilion building, starting at 7:30pm. Members will receive free admission, and while non-members are welcome, they will asked to pay a small donation at the door.

Please note that the pavilion can hold a maximum of thirty seated guests. If you wish to book a seat, you can drop the club a line at; otherwise entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

We hope that fans will welcome this opportunity to engage more closely with the club, and respond by coming along in numbers to hear the manager’s views.


Fixture News

Pollok FC will take on Pollok Juveniles (u21s) at Newlandsfield in a friendly match this Saturday at 2pm.

Entry will be £2/£1, and free to members.


Signing News

Pollok have managed to complete the signing of defender Gary Wild in time for the season's transfer deadline.

Wild, a product of Kilmarnock's youth system, can list Petershill, Irvine Meadow and, most recently, Beith among his former junior clubs.

Gary is in contention for a place in the starting line up for Saturday's crucial derby in Barrhead against Arthurlie.

Welcome to Pollok Gary!


Update: Euroscot Engineering Central League Cup

The club has received confirmation that it has been suspended from this season’s Central League Cup and Renfrew reinstated.

After an administrative oversight, which the club reported to the region as soon as it had been noticed, Pollok asked to withdraw from the competition.

This has now been confirmed by the West Region management committee.

The club apologises to supporters for the error, and wishes Renfrew well in the remainder of the competition.


Squad News

Pollok have signed midfielder Adam Strachan until the end of the season.

Meanwhile, forward Richard Barr has agreed terms to join Irvine Meadow.


Barr Available for Transfer

Stirker Richard Barr has been placed on the transfer list at his own request.

Any party interested in making an offer should contact Acting Match Secretary John Daly.


Notice to Supporters

This is a brief reminder to all home and away supporters that Pollok Football Club operates a strict no-alcohol policy at Newlandsfield Park. The club have issued a plea to supporters of both sides not to try to smuggle alcohol into the ground.

There will be a small police presence at Saturday’s match, and anyone found in possession of alcohol will be referred to the authorities in all instances.

Hungry supporters though, will be edified by the news that a limited hot food service will be available at Newlandsfield on Saturday. The club shop will be repurposed as a hot food counter while the ongoing work near the ground continues.

We wish all supporters to enjoy their visit to Newlandsfield, and ask that everyone plays their part in making this happen.


Signing News: Winters Ready to Spring into Action

Pollok Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of striker David Winters from Sauchie Juniors.

The 31 year-old began his career with Dundee United Boys Club, making his first team debut for the Tannadice outfit in December 2000. He made nineteen SPL appearances during his time there before embarking upon a career that has taken in stops at Forfar Athletic, Ross County, Hamilton Academical, Livingston, Dumbarton, Annan Athletic and Ayr United.

David has even spent time in the Far East with Vietnamese club Cần Thơ, but arrives at Newlandsfield from slightly closer to home having helped propel Sauchie to the last sixteen of the Scottish Junior Cup, netting eighteen times for the Beechwood Park side this season.

Welcome to Pollok, David!



Official Statement regarding Willie Howie

After an altercation at a recent match, Willie Howie met with the club's officials on Wednesday evening to discuss the matter.

Mr Howie admitted bringing Pollok Football Club into disrepute and showed sincere contrition for his actions.

In light of this, the club has decided to sanction Mr Howie in line with internal disciplinary procedures, and now considers this matter closed.


Pie Hut Shut

Supporters should be advised that due to unforeseen circumstances relating to nearby building works, it will be impossible to open the refreshment hut at tomorrow's match.

This is in spite of intense efforts by various people to ensure the provision of hot food at the game. It is hoped that this situation will be resolved before the next home match!

Supporters looking to fill a gap are directed towards our long-standing programme sponsors at the Newlands Café on Kilmarnock Rd, just past the railway bridge, who sell a variety of hot filled rolls.