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Port Glasgow BC roundup - 4th/5th May

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PGBC Community Coaching

The coaching for youngsters from ages 4 to 7 continues at Parklea Hub every Saturday Morning at 10am, any kid wishing to participate please come along and speak to one of the coaches.

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PGBC 2006s

The 3 teams played their games at Seedhill on Sunday, the boys continue to learn all the time and improve every week, they can take heart from their performances this week. Goal scorers were Darren Stevenson, Aaron Smith, Adam Watt, Greig Emerson, Ryan Graham, Leon McCall, Zak Stewart, Christopher Scott, Rhys McCready, Scott Clark, Blair Templeton, Dylan Tolan and Ryan Leslie.

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PGBC 2005s

3 teams played at Notre Dame on Sunday Morning with Scott showing outstanding skill and hard work for his team throughout all of their games. Young John Rodgers was on hand for his team to score a few and play well, and in the 3rd team Joseph Adams passed the ball well and put in a great performance. Boys continue to train on Wednesday nights and will play at Notre Dame throughout the coming weeks.

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PGBC 2004s Orange

On Saturday the boys took on Glenbrae Colts at Parklea, They took an early lead through Marc McDonald, who quickly went on to get his hat trick, he and his team mates continued to dominate and further goals from Marc, along with Raymond Keyes, Kyle Fuller, Sean Doherty, Niall Brady and Blair McDonald ensured a comfortable game for the Port and capped of a fantastic attacking display. A bit of slackness and lack of concentration near the end gave the Colts a consolation goal. Again thanks to parents for support.

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PGBC 2004s Black

This young team had no game on Saturday but will resume normal service this weekend with a 9am kick off at Parklea.

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PGBC 2003s

The boys travelled on Saturday morning to Giffnock, this was the first time they had to play on grass, they played exceptionally well on the changed surface, although slow to start they found their way in the game and came away with a well deserved victory. Every boy played really well, they gelled as a team and their performance cannot be faulted.

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PGBC 2001s

Port entertained Pollock United on Saturday morning at The Community Stadium, Parklea.

In a very even match it was Port who took the early lead when Ross McKay unleashed a shot from well outside the box to beat the Pollock keeper. Pollock drew even after a great stop from Port keeper Dimitris Cameron fell to the on coming Pollock striker who scored from the scraps. Ross then got his and Port's second after good play by Declan Adair saw him pass along the goal for Ross to slide the ball under the Pollock keeper. Pollock pulled level again on the stroke of half time with a nice ball played through the Port defence.

Both teams continued to play some great football in the second half trying to break each other down. Some good digging from Jack Anderson saw him set up Declan Adair who put the ball right in the top corner. Ross McKay then rounded off his hat trick after a long ball through by keeper Lewis McClure. A great defense splitting pass saw Pollock through on goal to slide the ball under the out coming Lewis McClure. A poor throw from the Pollock keeper fell to the feet of Port's Brandon McCabe who made no mistake of guiding the ball into the net. A long ball forward saw Pollock score a conciliation right on the stroke of full time.

Port are still on the lookout for more players to strengthen their squad, anyone interested contact Ian on 07753846465.

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PGBC 14s 2 St Cadocs 8

The Port boys didn’t seem to turn up on Saturday at Parklea, a poor performance lead to a defeat, the St Cadocs number 15 punishing the boys. The two goals from the Port came via Thomas Liesk and refs motm Paul Payne.

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PGBC 16s 1 Gourock YAC 3

Port's luck was again missing in this local derby, this was a game that they didn't deserve to have lost, but putting the ball between them white posts is something Yac did with a bit of help from a poor decision from the official, their third being at least 2 yards offside. Port in the first totally bossed the game and should have had a penalty when Sharp's shot was clearly handled preventing it hitting the back of the net. Midway through the half the ball broke to Stevenson and from inside his own half, he thumped it towards the Yac goal and into the net it nestled. Yac responded and Wiggins was up for it with a fine save, but Yac pushed hard and got their rewards from a corner and scoring from the near post with Port defending in attempting to block these type of runs in question. Port lost their second in similar fashion, corner swung in and defending not being at their best now finding themselves 2-1 down. Port continued to battle with their opponents on a high after port's domination. Second half the weather took control with a strong wind making it hard for both teams, but chances still fell to the Port forwards but no takers. Yac's third came from the long ball with the Port chasing the game, but when your offside there is only one winner in the race to get the ball and the Yac played to the whistle and finished it off. Overall it was hard to fault the players with effort in abundance, but luck in front of goal was lacking. Special mention to Stevenson with both Anderson’s in the middle working hard.

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PGBC 19s 5 Renton 0

In the Port's final competitive game of the season they ran out 5 nil winners, goals in the first half from Jamie Curran and Ryan McCorkindale meant they went in 2 0 up at the break. Ryan Corr added to his seasons tally in the opening minutes of the 2nd half to make it 3, before inspired substitutions by the management lead to Super Sub Ryan Stewart getting on the score sheet and Rab Murray getting his 1st of the season.

Refs MOTM Ryan Corr

Eastwood AFC 2 PGBC 21s 2

Goals from Darren Patton and Stiv Thomson gave the Port a point in this away tie on Saturday.

Refs MOTM Robert Payne

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