Talbot winger Calvin Kemp has decided to leave the club and pursue his career in amateur football with Dirrans Athletic. Calvin was considered a talent in the game with spells at Stranraer and Kilwinning Rangers. He was well liked by the Talbot support who will see him as a big loss. Talbot would like to thank Calvin for his service and wish him all the best in his new career.
WEST OF SCOTLAND SUPER LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION
AUCHINLECK TALBOT V CUMNOCK JUNIORS
BEECHWOOD PARK, AUCHINLECK
SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER 2017: 2.00pm KICK OFF.
CROWD CONTROL PROCEDURE
following a meeting with Police Scotland and discussions with Auchinleck Talbot FC and Cumnock Juniors FC, the following measures were agreed and will be implemented to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all who attend the above match.
CODE OF CONDUCT
- STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL WILL BE ALLOWED INSIDE THE GROUND, ALSO PERSONS WHO ARE INTOXICATED BY ANY MEANS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ADMISSION TO THE MATCH.
- SUPPORTERS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENTER THE FIELD OF PLAY AT ANY TIME, ANYONE FOUND TO BE DOING SO WILL BE BANNED FROM FUTURE MATCHES
- THREATENING BEHAVIOUR, RACIST, SECTARIAN OR DISCRIMINATORY ABUSE IS NOT ACCEPTABLE AND WILL NOT BE TOLLERATED BY THE CLUB
AUCHINLECK TALBOT SUPPORTERS will occupy the Stand, the Terracing from the Stand to the Clubhouse, the Coal Road and Main Street Terracing up to the segregation point on the North side of the West Covered Enclosure. AUCHINLECK TALBOT SUPPORTERS are asked to enter and exit the ground by the Social Club Turnstiles.
Disabled Access will also be via the Social Club Gates
CUMNOCK JUNIORS COACHES will drop supporters at the BANK END (MAIN STREET) OF THE GROUND and their fans are asked enter and exit from the BANK END TURNSTILES. At the end of the match the SUPPORTERS COACHES will uplift fans at the BANK END (MAIN STREET) OF THE GROUND. On entering the ground access will be allowed for the CUMNOCK JUNIORS Supporters to occupy the Terracing behind the Bank End Goals and the East Terracing up to the Stand.
DISABLED ACCESS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE SOCIAL CLUB GATES.
DISABLED AND LADIES TOILET FACILITIES AT COAL ROAD END OF THE GROUND.
AUCHINLECK TALBOT FC SUPPORTERS SOCIAL CLUB
Access to the Social Club will be strictly for members and invited guests only.
Both Auchinleck Talbot and Cumnock Juniors supporters are welcome to use the Club’s catering facilities but are asked to return to their designated areas once served.
POLICE SCOTLAND and SECURITY PERSONNEL will be on hand to assist with the smooth running of the match.
ADMISSION: ADULTS £6.00 — CONCESSIONS £3.00 – GATES WILL OPEN AT 1.00PM
Spectators are asked to get along to the match early to avoid any delays, and if possible have the correct admission money.
U19’s – Free week. Next match Sunday 22nd away to Bonnyton.
2003 – Free week. Next match Saturday 21st away to Alba.
2006 – Both Boswell and Tigers were at home this week against Caledonian. Good start for Boswell who set
a fast pace from the off. They finally got their reward with a goal from Lewis Smith half way through the
first half. The second half saw some end to end play with the Caley goalkeeper making some spectacular
saves to keep out the talbot boys. TJ Graham scored again for Talbot before Caley pulled one back
deservedly. With the players in both squads tiring towards the end of the game TJ punched home his second
goal to give the boys a good reward for their hard work throughout the match. A hard game for Boswell
against a technically gifted team but hard work and an eventual improvement in their passing game produced
a great performance and deservedly on top. Not the best day for the Tigers. Up against a very good Caley
team who knew exactly how to play for each other and at times the Tigers were lost. They were struggling to
do the simple stuff and over complicated the game with too many touches and a lack of movement off the
ball. Can’t take anything away from Caley as they played as it should be played. A bit of a mixed day for the
Talbot 06 boys.
2007 – The boys were playing at the Old Racecourse on Saturday against Ayr Boswell. Talbot have enjoyed
good performances on those pitches and Saturday was no different. The match started off with both sides
giving it everything and were both playing good football. Talbot began to get the upperhand and were
creating good opportunities, eventually putting one away. Talbot kept playing good football before Ayr
Boswell scored themselves before half time. Into the second half and Talbot moved into another gear. Their
speed of attack was excellent, and the boys’ decision making up top was quick and decisive. This led to
Talbot scoring a few good goals. It was an excellent game of football which was a credit to both sides
however Talbot were on form and the boys expressed themselves in every way. Special mention goes to
Brandon Arthur for a tireless workrate, linking the play well and scoring some cracking goals.
2008 – Due to the league fixture with Ayr Boswell being postponed due to holiday commitments. A friendly
with NASA league side Crosshouse was arranged on Sunday.
Talbot started out against Crosshouse Colts, in a game they do minated from start to finish. Crisp passing,
sharp movement and clinical finishing were all put into perfect practice and it showed that hard work in
training pays off in games. The second game was against Crosshouse Reds, in what was a much tougher
affair. For the majority of the game Talbot continued their hard pressing, accurate passing and superb
movement. The boys could not be faulted for effort but the tiredness started to show in last 10 minutes.
Special mention goes to Josh Hayden who strolled through both games, collecting the ball at the back,
showing composure, spreading passes around and didn’t miss many tackles.
2009 – No games due to holidays.
2010 – Talbot took three teams to the Fun Four’s on Sunday. All three teams performed exceptionally well yet
again. They have settled really well, playing against teams that have been playing the Fun Four’s for
substantially longer. The kids showed great desire to do well both for themselves and their teammates and
are playing the game the right way and showing great sportsmanship. Passing is improving all the time and
the beginnings of teamwork us starting to show. Some of the individual play was excellent and they scored a
good few goals. Things are looking really good for Talbot 2010’s.
2011 – Three Talbot teams played the Fun Four’s at Greenwood Academy on Sunday morning. The teams have progressed each week with all three teams performing really well in all of their games. Each team playing five games against some good experienced opposition. They are now starting to play good football with good moves and some cracking team goals. The kids collectively worked incredibly hard and showed some great improvement as the games went on. The kids scored a good few goals. Once again they did their parents, coaches and club proud.