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League Standings

Last update: 25/01/15

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Points Name/Goal Diff. (G. in Hand)
38 Pollok 24
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27 Shettleston 7 (2)
26
25
24 Maybole 10 (-1)
23 Kirkintilloch 5 (2)
22 Greenock Juniors -2 (-1)
21
20 Kilsyth -1 
19
18 Cumbernauld 1 (3)
17

Rutherglen -1 (3)

Irvine -3 (-1)

16

Neilston -3 (1)

Yoker -4 (3)

15
14 Ardeer -13 
13
12 Thorniewood -9 (2)
11
10
9 Largs -9(3)
Sunday
Jan182015

UPDATE: Kenny Williamson

Pollok Football Club is saddened to amnounce the passing this morning (18/01/15) of long-term member and sponsor, Kenny Williamson.

Pollok FC would like to offer their condolences to the Williamson Family.

Funeral will take place at 11:00am on Monday 26th at the Linn Cremetorium.

 

Friday
Jan162015

Club Policy on Alcohol

Pollok Football Club would like to politely remind its supporters and all visitors that the club regularly operates a no-alcohol policy at Newlandsfield, and would ask supporters not to try to bring alcohol into the ground on match days.

Saturday
Jan102015

Signing News

Tony McInally has brought in his first additions to the squad of 2015 with two loan deals from Scottish League One side, Peterhead FC to strengthen the team for the second half of the season.

 

RYAN McCANN (33), the right-sided midfielder and right-back has been signed on loan from Peterhead FC. Ryan started his career at Celtic, making his debut in 2000 at the age of 18, in a 2-0 win against Dundee United. After leaving in 2003, Ryan had spells at St. Johnstone, Hartlepool United (English League 1), Clyde, Morecambe (English League 2), Airdrie United and Ayr United.

 

The midfielder also had spells at Queen of the South. During his time there, he famously scored a goal from 84 yards in 2008 against Dundee in the Scottish Cup Quarter Finals - sadly, the ‘doonhamers went on to lose the final 3-2 to Rangers. Ryan then had a short term placement as manager of Icelandic side, UMF Einherji in 2012 before signing with Scottish Third Division Club, Peterhead F.C. in December that year, and since then, has been a frequent starter in the Peterhead starting eleven.

 Ryan McCann scores from 84 yards for Queen of the South

 

DEAN RICHARDSON (27) has also signed on loan from Peterhead FC. The left-back has previously played with Celtic, Bohemians, East Stirlingshire and a spell with junior side, Larkhall Thistle before moving to the The Blue Toon in 2013. Richardson has played consistently over the last seasons and has also featured as captain for Peterhead on multiple occasions. 

 

Speaking to the Pollokfc.com yesterday, Tony McInally said, “They are two quality additions to the squad who will help our young team for the remainder of the season” 

 

“Bringing them on board leaves us better equipped for the run-in and, as I hope, to mount a push in the cup competitions.”

 

Welcome to Pollok FC, Ryan and Dean!

 

MTLN

Friday
Dec262014

Transport Arrangements for Ardeer

The committee bus for Saturday’s match away to Ardeer will leave Newlandsfield at 11:15. There may be some spaces available on the bus for supporters who wish to travel.

Monday
Dec222014

Foodbank Collection - Christmas Appeal

Pollok FC would like to thank every one who gave a donation to the club for our Christmas Appeal. We were over-whelmed by the high number of donated goods by the Pollok Fan base.

Pollok FC President, Stuart MacDonald, said “One of our stated ‘Big Goals’ as a club is to be regarded as a community asset. The foodbank collection organised by the club over the last two weeks has been a wonderful example of this in practice.

“The generosity of the Pollok Fan base in providing 65 full-to-the-brim bags of foods has been incredibly heart-warming. I would like to thank everyone involved at the Club for making this a Christmas to remember. Not just for us, but also, for the many we have reached out to at this hard time of year, and helped.”

 

The food donations are being delivered today to the ‘South West Glasgow Foodbank’. 

 

#MTLN

 

Thanks to our helpers who collected the supplies

Sunday
Dec212014

Christmas Draw

Here are the results of the Pollok FC Christmas Draw, which took place today at the pavillion at Newlandsfield Park.

 

£250 - A. McDiarmid

Hamilton Park Races Pass - R. Barnes

Amazon Kindle - Yossi Flint

£50 M&S Voucher - M. Keay

1 Case of Wine - G. Milne

Martell Brandy - J. Fleming

Case of Stella - H.Geddes

Glenmoragie - P. Connelly

Grouts Whiskey - B. Hickey

Gin (Bottle) - G. Milne

Whyte & Mackay - R. Walker

Bottle of Wine:

- H. Geddes

- J. Rennie

- A.K Fraser

- F. Watt

- M. MacDougall

- D. Tennant

- A. McDougall

Freeview Box - I. Price

Glasgow 2014 Relay Baton - S. Gray

 

Club President, Stuart MacDonald, said “Well done to all the prize winners, and a huge thanks to all who purchased raffle tickets!”

 

Prize winners should contact club secretary, Stuart McCulloch to make arrangement for collection.

 

 

 

Friday
Dec192014

Christmas Appeal

After our proposed match for the collection of our Christmas Appeal against Hurlford United was called off, any donations will be collected at tomorrow’s match against Greenock Juniors.


IN the run-up to Christmas, the Club is asking Pollok fans to bring a small bag of non-perishable food items to the Greenock Juniors game on 20th December.

These items will be donated to a local food bank, to help those less well off among us in our communities at this time of year. We are also offering free entry to the match under-16s.

Club President, Stuart Macdonald told pollokfc.com “We are always striving to put our club at the heart of our local community, but sometimes we must stop and take notice of the fact that our local community is also at our club’s heart.

“We are simply asking supporters to donate a few pounds worth of tinned goods or other non-perishables in a carrier bag so that we can help those less fortunate than us in our community. “The difference it will make to local lives over the Christmas season is impossible to over-estimate.”

There will be a drop-off point for the donated goods within the ground. The Club asks all supporters to give as generously as they can in our Christmas appeal.

Thursday
Dec112014

Lok's Bar and Kitchen: Dress Policy

Pollok FC and Lok's Bar and Kitchen would together like to clarify the new premises' policy on football colours.

Contrary to some rumours, supporters wearing junior football club colours are very welcome in the Newlandsfield Suite (the former function room) on match days.

However, customers in the restaurant and Trophy Bar areas are requested to refrain from wearing club colours of any kind.

Wednesday
Dec102014

Committee Notice

Due to the extremely inclement weather conditions, this evening’s committee meeting will now be postponed until next Wednesday, 17th December.

Tuesday
Dec022014

Pollok FC Christmas Appeal

IN the run-up to Christmas, the Club is asking Pollok fans to bring a small bag of non-perishable food items to the Hurlford United game on 13th December.

These items will be donated to a local food bank, to help those less well off among us in our communities at this time of year.

Club President, Stuart Macdonald told pollokfc.com “We are always striving to put our club at the heart of our local community, but sometimes we must stop and take notice of the fact that our local community is also at our club’s heart.

“We are simply asking supporters to donate a few pounds worth of tinned goods or other non-perishables in a carrier bag so that we can help those less fortunate than us in our community.

“The difference it will make to local lives over the Christmas season is impossible to over-estimate.”

There will be a drop-off point for the donated goods within the ground. The Club asks all supporters to give as generously as they can in our Christmas appeal.