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Latest News - 02/05/2014

Jardine’s Fairwell



Last Saturday saw the last league fixture for the clubs longest serving player Chris Jardine.

The former club captain is set to hang up his boots after the upcoming play offs but will still be involved in the coaching set-up at Galabank.

Chris is now finishing his 15th season at the club and was instrumental in helping the club to success in the East of Scotland League before joining the SFL, and is one of only 3 players left at the club since we joined the league.

Jim Chapman said ” He’s a fantastic player and a great ambassador for the club, He did indicate to me that this will be his last playing season but if he performs as he did in the last couple of games, he’s still got plenty in his old legs yet. Nothing would please me more than come the end of the play offs, Chris has helped the club get to League One, that would be a fitting tribute to an excellent career.”


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