Duns Juniors 1999s had an excellent season last year, winning the Borders League alongside beating Hawick in the Cameron Gunn cup final, and their coach Michael Horne is targeting an even better campaign going into the 2015/16 season.
Despite what Horne calls a “lack of teams in the border league” and the competitiveness lamented, with the Duns coach telling Youth Football Scotland that it “could have been better”. The lack of competition was a disappointment for the club, however Horne said that the “team performed very well at times”.
With the club “aiming to be competitive and hopefully have a reasonable cup run”, they are aiming for another successful season, the plan for Horne being to treat “every team as our main rivals” for the whole season. Alongside signing “five new players”, the pre-season is just starting to get going with “a couple of friendlies organised” for the club going forward to prepare for the new season.
Good luck to Duns Juniors for the 2015/16 season!