TALBOT LOTTERY ROLLS OVER AS JACKPOT HITS £700

TALBOT WEEKLY LOTTERY DRAW

SUNDAY 27 JUNE 2021                                                                     JACKPOT £650

Numbers: 6-11-13-16   Bonus Ball: 18              No Jackpot or Bonus Ball Winners

SUNDAY 04 JULY 2021                                                                     JACKPOT £700

Clients can also pay their lottery direct by bank transfer to:

Auchinleck Talbot FC Lottery:   Account Number: 30633545      Sort Code: 82 – 62 – 00

Promoter: Morton Wright Jnr: 07972 719553

PENICUIK VISIT AND NEWSLETTER

TALBOT NEWSLETTER – MON 28 June 2021

Pre-Season Friendly Match:

Sat 10 July: The Adam Montgomery/Barony Colliery Trophy

Auchinleck Talbot FC v Penicuik Athletic

Beechwood Park, Auchinleck………………………………………………………….2.00pm Kick Off

  • ADMISSION CHARGE £4 TO THE ABOVE GAME WILL BE BY TICKET ONLY.
  • MAXIMUM 250 TICKETS FOR HOME FANS ONLY
  • ON PURCHASE YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO CONFIRM YOU NAME AND CONTACT DETAILS FOR TRACK & TRACE PURPOSES
  • TICKET NOT TRANSFERABLE
  • SEASON TICKETS NOT VALID, HOLDERS WILL GAIN AUTOMATIC ENTRY.
  • ACCESS TO THE GROUND WILL BE AT THE SOCIAL CLUB END
  • ACCESS TO THE SOCIAL CLUB WILL BE FOR MEMBERS ONLY
  • PLEASE OBSERVE SOCIAL DISTANCING AT ALL TIMES
  • FULL DETAILS OF TICKET SALES WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS.

TALBOT THANKS

Auchinleck Talbot FC wishes to thank Daw & Sadie Clelland for their recent generous donation towards our Development Fund. Their continued support is very much appreciated by all at the Club

MERCHANDISE SALES – UPDATE

We are also able to do voucher letters for gifts to any value you wish….

Visual Images of our new Kit will be available soon on our website www.auchinlecktalbot.com and social media outlets.

CONTACT MORTON WRIGHT JNR: 07972 719553 FOR DETAILS AFTER 7PM

 

AUCHINLECK TALBOT FC FUNDRAISING CLUB 2020-21

The Club wishes to thank Fundraising Club members for their loyal support over the past year, we will produce our yearly report  in the near future.

                    Summary of Fundraising Club Benefits offered by ATFC

  • 10% DISCOUNT ON SEASON TICKET AND MERCHANDISE ITEMS.
  • NORMAL HOSPITALITY DAY AT THE END OF EVERY SEASON + FOR SEASON 2019-20 WHENEVER RESTRICTIONS ARE EASED SUFFICIENTLY TO ALLOW (NON TRANSFERABLE & MEMBERS ONLY)
  • MONTHLY DRAW FOR CORPORATE IN HOUSE BUFFET MATCH HOSPITALITY FOR 4 MEMBERS (MUST HAVE MINIMUM LATEST YEAR’S SUBSCRIPTION FULLY PAID OR A NEW MEMBER SIGNED UP FOR CONTINUOUS MONTHLY £10 PAYMENTS) NON TRANSFERABLE MEMBERS ONLY AND QUALIFY ONLY ONCE PER SEASON. BACKDATED TO AUGUST 2020                To join please contact the following Officials:

Henry Dumigan (07929525494/[email protected]/Bobby Millar (07771508907/[email protected])

 

 

 

 

TALBOT RETAIN HUGH BLAIR TROPHY

Talbot held on to the Hugh Blair Trophy after a tousy battle with hosts Neilston at Brig O’ Lea park

Bryan’s late goal gives Talbot the silverware.

on Saturday. It was a match that saw both keepers being void of any saves to make as both sides nulified each other which resulted in a poor game overall.

Playing down the slope Neilston were the quickest out the traps forcing three corners in the opening five minutes, but these were well dealt with by the Talbot defence, On 8 minutes Talbot won their first corner which was cleared into the path of Bain but his speculative shot was well past the goals.

Neilston were dealt a blow on 16 minutes when their experienced defender Doyle had to go off with an injury he had picked up after a tussle with Samson, and was replaced by Haggerty who had just featured in the Development match an hour earlier. Two minutes later the first clear cut chance fell to the home side when a cross into the box by Bulger was missed by the Talbot defence but although managing to fashion an opening Jones miss hit his effort and it trundled into the hands of Leishman,

Neilston keeper Digney took a sore one on 27 minutes when he collided with McDowall as both players had an eye on the ball when Shanland whipped in a superb cross. A minute later Talbot looked to have taken the lead when Craig McCracken headed a Shankland corner off the underside of the bar where it looked to be well over the line before being cleared by Halliday. With no official linesmen in place the referee waved play on.

The game decended into a door midfield battle after this with both sides defending well, but failing to create many chances. The last real bit of action was when Shankland again found the head of McCracken but his diving headed went a couple of feet past the post.

At the start of the second half Talbot replaced Healy, Pearson, Boyd, Samson and McDowall with Robbie McCracken, White, Glasgow, Boylan and Armstrong. While the home side swapped McLaughlan with Fletcher.

The second half was hardly started when the first talking point emereged when McPherson and Brophy both went for a loose ball which resulted in the Talbot man picking up a yellow card as the Neilston player went through a series of rolls and screams, before playing on minutes later, much to the disgust of the travelling support.

Ten minutes into the second half Boylan cut down the right wing before sending in a delightful ball which was missed by a couple of Talbot players who actually got in each others way. Willie Lyle was next in the book when he swept the feet from Haddow as the player tried to set up an attack. Things were now getting fiesty with R. McCracken and Stirling squaring up to each other, and minutes later the Talbot youngster was in the book after fouling Loughlin.

Shortly after Boylan and Bain split the home defence with a break down the right wing but when the cross came over White was unable to stear his header toward the target. The breathrough came in the 72 minutes thanks to some neat play by Boylan where he picked the ball up in the box before smashing it past the keeper and a number of players.

This was to be the last real action of any note as Talbot weathered a late Neilston comeback where tension again rose with Brophy going into the book for mouthing after Fletcher had the ball in the net but he was well offside.

All in it was a good win in a match with few chances, but no doubt it was a good work out by both sides.

Leishman, Bain, Lyle, McPherson, C.McCracken, Healy, Pearson. Boyd, Samson, Shankland, McDowall. SUBS: R.McCracken, White, Glasgow, Boylan, Armstrong, Hewitt.

 

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