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Port Glasgow BC roundup - 18th/19th May

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PGBC Community Coaching

Open to boys and girls aged 4 to 7, come along to Parklea Hub on Saturday morning at 10am.

Thanks to Crawfurds Car Centre for continued sponsorship

PGBC 2006s

All 3 teams played their part in the wins, draws and losses on Sunday, the boys are developing and learning every week and must take the training drills into match days. Scorers: Greig Emerson 5, Aaron Smith 3, Adam Watt 3, Scott Clark and Ryan Graham. Any boys interested in coming to train and develop into budding players please call 07928-533991.

Sponsored by UPGSC and Crawfurds Car Centre

PGBC 2005s

The boys continue to improve every Sunday at Notre Dame, all 3 teams developing well, Calum Waters showed great skills defending while OJ Brisland worked extremely hard for his team. In another team Paul McGachy played really well, working hard and showing good team work. Keep it up boys.

Sponsored by Crawfurds Car Centre

PGBC 2004s Orange

The boys had no game this week but will resume again next week, thanks to Marcus Humphrey House for the sponsorship of the boys.

PGBC 2004s Black

The boys lost out to Parkmoor at Ferguslie park at the weekend in a disappointing match, in which the boys never really got going. With some boys missing and the attitude of others questionable on the day. This is one the coaches are keen to forget. Players and coaches thank B Buick and Sons (Bodyshop) for continued support.

PGBC 2003s

The Port boys started of well on Saturday but squandered a few good chances, lack of concentration cost them the game. Best for Port were Owen O’Rourke, Joseph Dow, Dylan McDonough and Lewis Leitch. Sponsored by Carpetrite

PGBC 2001s

Port entertained Langcraigs in The Community Stadium, Parklea on Saturday morning. In a quiet start to the game, Langcraigs found themselves with a penalty early on but Port had keeper Dimitris Cameron to thank for a great save. Ryan Phillips then found himself one on one with the Langcraigs keeper after a neatly waited pass from Declan Adair and he made no mistake putting Port ahead. Declan Adair then found himself on the score sheet following in after the Langcraigs keeper saved well from a Brandon McCabe strike. A quick throw from Ryan Phillips to Brandon McCabe saw them play a nice one two before Brandon slotted the ball home. Langcraigs pulled one back just before half time breaking away in a good counter attack. The second half saw both teams play some good football and cancelling each other out with no goals scored.

Port are still looking to strengthen their squad for the step to 11-a-sides, anyone interested contact Ian on 07753846465.

Thanks to our sponsor INVERWELD for continued support.

PGBC 14s 1 Broomhill 6

The Port lost out in the final local derby of the season, a poor performance lead to them loosing 6 goals before Paul Payne added to his seasons tally, refs motm Ciaran murray.

On Monday night the boys headed to St Cadocs, goals from Connor Duffy 2 and Ciaran Murray secured a 3-2 victory, refs motm was Lewis Emerson.

Sponsored by PMc School of Motoring and McKinnon Bros

PGBC 16s 3 Broomhill 0

The Port boys deserved this victory on Saturday at Parklea, a good team performance saw goals for Aaron Folan 2 and Aiden Sharp give them their rewards. Refs motm was Aaron Folan

Sponsored by Sharp Response

PGBC 19s

The 19s had no game but continue to play and train regularly, anyone interested in playing for this team next season call Ian on 07908-653613.

PGBC 21s

The 21s had no game either.

Sponsored by H and H Racing, Howdens and Pride of the Clyde.
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