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  1. Best bet for the Candy would be to stay in the top four. That would put them in teir 7 which is probably the right level for the Candy. Without serious money no team will ever stay in the LL or Premier league in the West as things start to progress Post Covid. Hard to believe at this point in early August St Roch's have played a quarter of the 28 League games. If they can reach the half way stage in a few weeks still looking like title chasers then all will be well up on the Royston Rd. Btw, they must be one of the best supported teams in the West outside of the top league.
  2. Great wee league, at least 5 of them making a bid for top spot. Wishaw and Drumchapel at the top with 2 games in hand, the others will need to beat them to take out those potential 6 points. Is it true spectators are not allowed into Drumchapel's ground for Health & Safety reasons?
  3. Wishaw at this rate must be looking good for the top league.
  4. When do they update the league standings?
  5. Hopefully tonight's Rutherglen Glencairn v Cambuslang Rangers game is as entertaining as the Bens v Greenock game on Monday night. Might even see Hillonearth make an appearance.
  6. One massive hint in there about Covid not being over. Try and get as many games played before any possible winter Covid shutdowns and take the 22/23 season placings from half a season's fixtures. Even a Kennie critic like me can see that.
  7. Those lads at Pollok are always good for a smoke if that's yer thing.
  8. Maybe because the old Juniors club are now in with the big boys?
  9. May i suggest Andy you get some training in before you sample the local Scottish non league alcohol scene. One half bottle of Buckfast Tonic Wine and two cans of Tennents Lager to start with. Hopefully you have a back garden or grass area nearby to you're residence. Best to build up over a few sessions. By the end of training you should be able to handle a full bottle of Buckfast and six tins of Tennents Lager plus a couple of joints. Best to rearrange you're home furniture, maybe put the TV in a locked room and give someone the key. Pick a Scottish non league game that attracts a crowd. Keep the picnic drinks concealed on entry to the ground. You don't want piss off some committee man. Go to the shed were the bulk of the home crowd congregate. Don't worry to much about social distancing, three Buckfast bottles apart should be enough. If you feeling uneasy about sharing take paper cups with you. The locals will appreciate that. By the end of the game you should be on first name terms with the six people standing around you. If you do this correctly within several games (at the most) you should have free digs sorted for the next several seasons. Enjoy
  10. Maybe Westerton should have just took over an ex Junior club. Maryhill were crying out for volunteers not that long ago.
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