TALBOT WEEKLY LOTTERY DRAW

TALBOT WEEKLY LOTTERY DRAW

SUNDAY 05 NOVEMBER 2017:  JACKPOT £350

NUMBERS: 3-4-5-15

NO JACKPOT WINNERS

SUNDAY 12 NOVEMBER JACKPOT: £400

WINNERS WILL BE PAID BY CHEQUE 7 DAYS AFTER THE WINNING DRAW.

JOIN THE LOTTERY AND PAY BY STANDING ORDER

To Join the Talbot Lottery Please Contact Any Committee Member.

Promoter: Morton Wright Jnr: 07972 719553

AUCHINLECK TALBOT ANNUAL FOOTBALL PROGRAMME AND MEMORABILIA FAIR

AUCHINLECK TALBOT ANNUAL FOOTBALL PROGRAMME AND MEMORABILIA FAIR

Sunday, November 12th

At Talbot Social Club,

Beechwood Park 11am to 1.30pm.

ADMISSION FREE. 

CROWD CONTROL PROCEDURE

WEST OF SCOTLAND SUPER LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION

AUCHINLECK TALBOT V BEITH JUNIORS
BEECHWOOD PARK, AUCHINLECK
SATURDAY 4 NOVEMBER 2017: 2.00pm KICK OFF.

CROWD CONTROL PROCEDURE
following discussions with Police Scotland,  Auchinleck Talbot FC and Beith 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 BE AVAILABLE AT THE SOCIAL CLUB GATES.

BEITH 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 BEITH JUNIORS Supporters to occupy the North end of the Main Street Terracing up to the segregation point, 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 open to both sets of fans.

 

CATERING FACILITIES

Both Auchinleck Talbot and Beith Juniors supporters are welcome to use the Club’s catering facilities but are asked to return to their designated areas once served.

ADMISSION: ADULTS £6.00 — CONCESSIONS £3.00 – TURNSTILES 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.

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FIXTURES

MCBOOKIE.COM WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION

Sat 04 Nov:     Beith (H)………………………………………………………….2pm

Match Sponsors: Stagecoach Ayr: Mahle Motorsport.

Matchball Sponsored By: Emerald Contracts

money.
NEWCOIN HOLDINGS WEST OF SCOTLAND CUP ROUND ONE

Sat 11Nov:      Carluke Rovers……………………………………………………2pm

Match Sponsors: The Killie Girls: Stephen Tait & Friends: Calum McLachlan & Friends

Matchball: Emerald Contracts

MCBOOKIE.COM WEST OF SCOLAND LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION

Sat 18 Nov:     Kirkintilloch Rob Roy (H)………………………………………….2pm

Match Sponsor: The Catrine Boys

Matchball Sponsored By: Emerald Contracts

SCOTTISH JUNIOR CUP – THIRD ROUND

Sat 25 Nov:     T.B.A.

 

TRANSPORT SCOTLAND – A76 ROADWORKS/DIVERSION ROUTE 

Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland propose to undertake a programme of essential carriageway maintenance on the A76 between Auchinleck and Catrine.

The works will see over 1.5km of carriageway being resurfaced over two weekends proposing to commence on 10th November then again on the 17th November 2017.

In order to protect our workforce and road users alike, a full closure of the A76 is proposed with local diversion via B705/B713 from 8pm Friday 10th until 6am Monday 13th November, then again from 8pm Friday 17th until 6am Monday 20th November 2017 (see attached plan for details).

It should be noted that the diversion route is suitable for all vehicles however is not suitable for abnormal load movements and no provisions will be made to provide access through works

THE DIVERSION ROUTE IS ATTACHED AND CAN ALSO BE ACCESSED ON OUR WEBSITE AT www.auchinlecktalbot.com

 

MERCHANDISE

Orders or enquiries contact Morton Wright Jnr on the following

Email: [email protected]

Text:  07972719553 anytime.

Or call only between 6pm and 8pm Monday to Friday due to work commitments

Facebook: Morton Wright:             Twitter: @Favali250

THE CLUB IS PLANNING AN ONLINE SALES FACILITY, MORE DETAILS SOON.

 

SPONSORSHIP/ADVERTISING
Anyone interested in any type of Sponsorship or Advertising for season 2016/2017 should contact Colin Chisholm on 01290 421240; 07929831057 or e-mail [email protected]
Your support will be greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

FUNDRAISING CLUB 2017/18………FOR THE ATTENTION OF MEMBERS

The dates for Season 2017/18 subscriptions are:

SATURDAY 04 NOVEMBER 2017                          SATURDAY 09 DECEMBER 2017    

SATURDAY 06 JANUARY 2018                              SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 2018      

SATURDAY 10 MARCH 2018                                 SATURDAY 07 APRIL 2018

                SATURDAY 05 MAY 2018

TO JOIN THE CLUB PLEASE CONTACT ANY OF THE UNDERNOTED

TREASURER:                                                           SECRETARY

Bobby Miller                                                               Henry Dumigan

6 Ballochmyle Avenue                                               16 Main Street

Auchinleck                                                                

Tel: 01290-421640                                                     Tel: 01290-421785

Mob: 07733065273                                                    Mob: 07929525494

Email: [email protected]                                          Email: [email protected]

WOULD MEMBERS WHO HAVE NOT YET PAID THEIR SUBSCRIPTION PLEASE CONTACT EITHER OF THE ABOVE-MENTIONED OFFICIALS

AUCHINLECK TALBOT YOUTH ACADEMY REPORTS MONDAY 30 OCTOBER 2017

U19’s – Auchinleck Talbot 5-1 Glenafton

Talbot welcomed Glenafton to Auchinleck for Sunday’s league match. The game started at a frantic pace, with the visitors looking the hungrier in the tackle. Talbot took the lead in the 10th minute when a cross to the back post was met by Campbell on the half volley, 1-0. The lead only lasted 3 mins though as a through ball was collected well and put away by the Glens striker. 1-1.

Talbot started to take a grip on the game and were knocking the ball around well and creating chances. They eventually took the lead again when McLean stabbed the ball home on 30 minutes, 2-1. Shortly after came the third goal of the game as a superb pass from Salotti was met first time by Meikle to lob the Glens goalkeeper, 3-1. Into the second half and the game got a bit scrappy, becoming a midfield battle. Talbot started to take control again and on 70 minutes, a good run and pass by McLean was finished off by Meikle for his second and Talbot’s fourth, 4-1. With 10 minutes to go, Talbot were on the attack when the Glens keeper pulled back Meikle which resulted in a penalty. Meikle stepped up to score and complete his hat-trick.

 

2003 – Prestwick 1-2 Auchinleck Talbot

Talbot went 1-0 down against the run of play after a clearance bounced back off a Talbot player and let Prestwick in to score. Talbot then used the wind to their advantage and left back Logan Murray fired a shot from just into the opposition’s half to make it 1-1. Then Logan made a driving run forward to the edge of the Prestwick box and won a freekick which Michael Kane expertly curled Into the top corner to make it 2-1 at half time.

Into the second half and the Talbot boys were really up against it with a strong wind blowing in their faces. As a result, Talbot were struggling to get up the pitch. The lads all dug deep though and put in a brilliant battling team performance, defending everything Prestwick threw at them with real effort, fight, grit and determination. This got Talbot through a difficult half and away with the 3 points proving they can play but when the need arises scrap for the win as well.

Man of the match was Logan “Joe” Murray.

 

2006 – It was a bright start byTalbot Tigers before they lost a goal against the play early in the first half against Bellfield Royals. A great equaliser kept it even at halftime. Good linking play with passing the ball to feet kept the pressure on Bellfield at the start of the second half. The pressure resulted in a great goal by Kiain Robb. A couple of end to end breaks caught Tigers at the wrong end of the park to lose two goals. A tiring game for the boys with lots of positives to take forward to training.

Talbot Boswell faced Bellfield Colts. This was a very good game of football to watch and both teams had lots of good possession football. Not much between the teams in the first half and the game remained goalless at halftime. More of the same in the second half and the game could have went either way before TJ Graham broke the deadlock for the Talbot boys with a stunning lob over the keeper. We continued to see a great game of football and Lawrie Smith pulled off one or two tremendous saves to ensure Boswell kept a clean sheet before TJ got his second of the game. Very good performance from both Talbot teams and a lot of positives to take from both games. Worthy of mention is the way Bellfield played the games, fair and with great sportsmanship.

 

2007 – The boys were at home to Caledonian on Saturday. This was a match between two very good teams. It started off as a midfield battle with Talbot in the ascendancy but just not managing to break through the Caledonian back line. Both sides were cancelling each other out with real battling display’s. The half finished with only a couple of chances for both sides. The defending was excellent.

It was the same story in the second half with neither side really penetrating. It was a battling performance from Talbot who were managing to put some good moves together but we’re limited to few chances as were Caledonian. A couple of excellent opportunities weren’t taken however the play to get into those stations against an excellent and quick Caledonian back line was good. All in all it was an evenly matched game with few scoring opportunities. A display from Talbot which was very pleasing due to the determination applied. Special mention this week goes to Ryan Harte for his aggressive tackling and forward passing, building from the back.

 

2008 – Blacks – Another wet and wild away day this week in Kilmarnock at Dean Thistle Reds. On days gone by this fixture has always been quite a close encounter. From the very first whistle Talbot looked like a team on a mission. High pressing, sharp movement and a high pass completion rate. Well worked possession, playing out of tight areas and spacial awareness from the team allowed Talbot to create plenty of chances. They were able to convert a number of these chances along with a couple of spectacular efforts left Talbot dominating the match. Dean put on an extra player in the second half however Talbot continued in the same form passing, moving, keeping hold of the ball and working hard to retrieve the ball when lost. Dean Thistle managed to score a couple of goals with the extra man, but on the day Talbot put in a magnificent performance. This weeks man of the match was awarded to Callan Robertson who has brought into the last couple of games what has been asked of him at training. Holding the ball up well, linking up with the wingers, chance creation and good finishing. Keep up the good work.

Golds – Talbot went into the match agains Dean Thistle off the back of a few excellent performances without getting the rewards they had deserved. On Sunday, things went in their favour. A blistering start to the game saw Talbot have five shots in the first minute. It was clear to see the confidence oozing throughout the team. A heavy spell of dominance paid off as the goals begin to come with Talbot completely dominating. Dean thistle had a late spell of possession towards the end of the half but were unable to capitalise. The second half started the same as the first for the Talbot as they piled on the pressure testing the Dean Thistle goalkeeper on almost every attack they had in another strong spell of dominance from Talbot. Dean Thistle didn’t give up though as they kept fighting throughout the game, forcing Connor Blackmore in the Talbot goal into a few brilliant saves. Talbot were to be strong until the end though and another dominant period followed. A fantastic performance from the team in a match where plenty more goals could have been scored. Man of The Match was Rory Austin for an outstanding performance in front of goal and excellent teamwork and work rate throughout the game, full of confidence and willingness to beat his man.

 

2009 – Blacks- There were four tough games at Prestwick on Sunday but the boys showed they are more than capable of holding their own against any opposition. Some nice fluent passing moves with the boys showing they are starting to understand the game more and more each week. There was also some nice individual displays none more so than Ryan Hodge who’s workrate mixed with great techinical ability on the ball is a joy to watch.

Tigers – It was a slow start from the boys, with the opposition teams high pressing, the boys struggled to get going but settled into games showing some nice play out from the back leading to a few goals for the team. Determination was needed in each game to see them through and no one showed this more than Daryell Underwood who always gives 100 percent in effort and energy.

 

2010 – Talbot took three teams to Greenwood Academy on Sunday and again all three teams did very well. Each played 5 games and with each team being more than competitive in all of them. They scored loads of goals against a variety of opponents. The passing and teamwork has certainly improved which is a great achievement as they have only been going to these games for a month. You can see real progress from every player aswell which makes it all worthwhile. Everyone is really enjoying their football and are looking forward to the next games.

 

2011 – Three Talbot teams played at the fun 4’s at Greenwood Academy on Sunday morning. There was a mix up with times, with Talbot being there an hour early. The kids had a good hours warm up that seemed to do the trick lol. All the teams barely conceded any goals in the 15 games between them against some good quality teams. They are now playing with confidence and belief in each others abilitys and strengths and with some cracking individual goals thrown in. It’s all coming together week by week as they start to produce quick flowing moves and scoring plenty of goals. Once again the kids did their parents, coaches and club proud.

TALBOT WEEKLY LOTTERY DRAW

TALBOT WEEKLY LOTTERY DRAW

SUNDAY 29 OCTOBER 2017:  JACKPOT £300

NUMBERS: 3-6-8-19

NO JACKPOT WINNERS

SUNDAY 5 NOVEMBER JACKPOT: £350

WINNERS WILL BE PAID BY CHEQUE 7 DAYS AFTER THE WINNING DRAW.

JOIN THE LOTTERY AND PAY BY STANDING ORDER

To Join the Talbot Lottery Please Contact Any Committee Member.

Promoter: Morton Wright Jnr: 07972 719553

TALBOT ACADEMY REPORTS

U19’s – Sunday’s game was away to Bonnyton in the league. In blistering winds, the game kicked off at a
frantic pace and with the wind behind them Bonnyton took an early lead. This seemed to rattle Talbot and
Bonnyton took full advantage adding another two goals to lead 3-0. Talbot got a lifeline from Speirs, just
before the break. Half time 3-1 Bonnyton.
Into the second half and Talbot started to fi nd their feet and created a couple of chances but couldn’t get that
second goal to bring them back into the game. Bonnyton sat in and played on the counter attack, and got a
further 2 goals. A poor performance from Talbot.
Full time Bonnyton 5-1 Talbot.
2003 – Alba United 1-7 Auchinleck Talbot
After a fortnight’s break and being back on a grass pitch for the first time in a while, it took the Talbot boys a
bit to get themselves going. They went down 1-0 and it could have been two had it not been for an
outstanding save from Michael Nolan. A change in the midfield to add height and Michael Kane dropping
from striker to midfield pressed Alba into an own goal near the end of the half and after that Talbot were in
the groove. The second half was all Talbot who had stepped it up a gear and were dominating play bar a great
save from Jack Jamieson who kept Alba’s tally at one. Talbot had the slip passes , 1-2s, triangles being made
in and around defence and midfield and were creating spaces and chances. Eventually leading to hat-tricks
from both Josh Jones and Zak Smith, making sure the three points went to Talbot and kept up their 100%
record.
Man of the match was Michael McCulloch who put in a tireless shift driving the team forward but also
working back winning tackles in the midfield to break up play and start attacks.
2006 – No games due to holidays.
2007 – A home game against Valspar on Saturday in what can only be described as testing conditions. Talbot
started slowly and were being pegged back by Valspar but apart from an unfortunate ricochet, Talbot
defended really well and stuck to the task which was pleasing to see. From there, Talbot grew into the game
and for a while the Talbot keeper was a spectator as they attacked the Valspar goal however despite breaking
them down they just couldn’t find the net. Into the second half and the rain was lashing down. The boys
attitude cannot be faulted though as they kept plugging away in horrible conditions. It was a fairly even
second half with both teams carving out good opportunities, with Talbot not having the killer instinct in front
of goal that they enjoyed last week. It wasn’t a bad performance, especially given the weather conditions,
however Talbot are capable of much more. The boys have made great progress in recent months but are
lacking consistency at the moment however this is showing signs of starting to change. Special mentions this
week go to Brandon Arthur for some excellent dribbling and desire to drive forward, and to Joe Millin for a
steady defensive display.
2008 – Talbot blacks travelled to Caledonian looking to keep up momentum in league matches. After playing
the last couple of couple games with the bare minimum 7 players, Talbot welcomed back a few boys after
holidays.
After a sl ow start, Talbot grew into the game, getting back too their usual high pressing, passing and
movement performance. Half time came and went with both teams getting the better of each another on a
few occasions in an even encounter. With five minutes to go Talbot scored through another well worked goal.
Their jou was short lived however as Caley finished the game strongly and used this to there advantage. This
weeks man of the match was goalkeeper Josh Kerr who produced some outstanding saves and his
distribution from the back was tremendous. He has been working hard over the course of the season and is
improving with every game.
Golds – After a few good per formances on the bounce, another promising performance was to follow. A solid
start to the game from Talbot put Caley under a lot of pressure. High pressure from the Talbot team saw them
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dominated the early periods of the game but couldn’t make it count. A few mistakes saw Caley take an
unexpected lead and put doubt into the Talbot mind. Goals in quick succession for Caley left Talbot with a
mountain to climb. However the players didn’t let that effect them as they rallied themselves again and began
to pile on the pressure again putting Caley on the back foot again but unable to capitalise on the dominance.
The second half saw a mirror image of the first and Talbot piled on the pressure eventually getting their
rewards and getting back into the game. A five minute lapse in concentration at the back followed and Caley
took advantage. A strong finish to the game from Talbot was again pleasing. One of the best performances
from the team all year. Man of the Match- Kai Martin who run the game from the midfield and put a solid
shift in when asked to play defence.
2009 – Golds – The boys started of well on Sunday. Good passing and energy in the first game. They were
dominating and scoring plenty of goals. The defending was excellent and keeping a clean sheet too. They
continued their good play into the second game where they again gave a good account of themselves scoring
goals and staying competitive throughout. Game three was a much tougher affair against a good side but they
kept working hard despite being up against it. Special mention to Lewis Parker who showed great energy and
passing throughout the three games.
Blacks- It was a mixed bag for the te am on Sunday. A good competitive first game before coming up against
a really good side in the second. There was a massive improvement in their third match, playing some nice
football at times and completely dominating. Special mention to Murray McRoberts who continues to
improve each week.
2011 – Three Talbot teams played the fun 4’s at Prestwick on Sunday morning. The players once again have
progressed this week, each team playing five games against some good quality teams. They are now starting
to play with confidence and belief in each other and with some cracking individual goals thrown in. The kids
collectively worked incredibly hard as usual with some nice flowing moves and plenty goals scored. Once
again the kids did their parents, coaches and club proud.

TALBOT NEWSLETTER

TALBOT NEWSLETTER

FIXTURES

MCBOOKIE.COM WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION

Sat 04 Nov:     Beith (H)………………………………………………………….2pm

Match Sponsors: Stagecoach Ayr: Mahle Motorsport.

Matchball Sponsored By: Emerald Contracts

PLEASE REFER TO A76 DIVERSION ROUTE FOR SAT 11/18 NOVEMBER

NEWCOIN HOLDINGS WEST OF SCOTLAND CUP ROUND ONE

Sat 11Nov:      Carluke Rovers……………………………………………………2pm

Match Sponsors: The Killie Girls: Stephen Tait & Friends: Calum McLachlan & Friends

Matchball: Emerald Contracts

MCBOOKIE.COM WEST OF SCOLAND LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION

Sat 18 Nov:     Kirkintilloch Rob Roy (H)………………………………………….2pm

Match Sponsor: The Catrine Boys

Matchball Sponsored By: Emerald Contracts

Sat 25 Nov:     Hurlford United (A)………………………………………………2pm

 

TRANSPORT SCOTLAND – A76 ROADWORKS/DIVERSION ROUTE 

Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland propose to undertake a programme of essential carriageway maintenance on the A76 between Auchinleck and Catrine.

The works will see over 1.5km of carriageway being resurfaced over two weekends proposing to commence on 10th November then again on the 17th November 2017.

In order to protect our workforce and road users alike, a full closure of the A76 is proposed with local diversion via B705/B713 from 8pm Friday 10th until 6am Monday 13th November, then again from 8pm Friday 17th until 6am Monday 20th November 2017 (see attached plan for details).

It should be noted that the diversion route is suitable for all vehicles however is not suitable for abnormal load movements and no provisions will be made to provide access through works

THE DIVERSION ROUTE IS ATTACHED AND CAN ALSO BE ACCESSED ON OUR WEBSITE AT www.auchinlecktalbot.com

 

MERCHANDISE

Orders or enquiries contact Morton Wright Jnr on the following

Email: [email protected]

Text:  07972719553 anytime.

Or call only between 6pm and 8pm Monday to Friday due to work commitments

Facebook: Morton Wright:             Twitter: @Favali250

THE CLUB IS PLANNING AN ONLINE SALES FACILITY, MORE DETAILS SOON.

 

SPONSORSHIP/ADVERTISING
Anyone interested in any type of Sponsorship or Advertising for season 2016/2017 should contact Colin Chisholm on 01290 421240; 07929831057 or e-mail [email protected]
Your support will be greatly appreciated.

 

PITCH DEVELOPMENT FUND – BUCKET COLLECTION

The Bucket Collection prior to the Cumnock Juniors game realized the sum of £241, the proceeds will go towards our Pitch Development Fund. Auchinleck Talbot FC wish to thank all who supported this collection. We would also like to thank Brian Paterson of Emerald Contracts who kindly donated £100 as first prize in our after-match raffle which was won by Zoe Millar.

 

 

YOUTH ACADEMY REPORTS

See attached document

 

 

 

FUNDRAISING CLUB 2017/18………FOR THE ATTENTION OF MEMBERS

The dates for Season 2017/18 subscriptions are:

SATURDAY 04 NOVEMBER 2017                          SATURDAY 09 DECEMBER 2017    

SATURDAY 06 JANUARY 2018                              SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 2018      

SATURDAY 10 MARCH 2018                                 SATURDAY 07 APRIL 2018

                SATURDAY 05 MAY 2018

TO JOIN THE CLUB PLEASE CONTACT ANY OF THE UNDERNOTED

TREASURER:                                                           SECRETARY

Bobby Miller                                                               Henry Dumigan

6 Ballochmyle Avenue                                               16 Main Street

Auchinleck                                                                

Tel: 01290-421640                                                     Tel: 01290-421785

Mob: 07733065273                                                    Mob: 07929525494

Email: [email protected]                                          Email: [email protected]

WOULD MEMBERS WHO HAVE NOT YET PAID THEIR SUBSCRIPTION PLEASE CONTACT EITHER OF THE ABOVE-MENTIONED OFFICIALS

 

TALBOT THANKS

Auchinleck Talbot FC wishes to thank Wull Duncan for his kind assistance with a ground repair at Beechwood Park, this is very much appreciated by all at the Club.

TALBOT WEEKLY LOTTERY DRAW

TALBOT WEEKLY LOTTERY DRAW

SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER 2017:  JACKPOT £250

NUMBERS: 1-3-5-15

NO JACKPOT WINNER

SUNDAY 29 OCTOBER JACKPOT: £300

WINNERS WILL BE PAID BY CHEQUE 7 DAYS AFTER THE WINNING DRAW.

JOIN THE LOTTERY AND PAY BY STANDING ORDER

To Join the Talbot Lottery Please Contact Any Committee Member.

Promoter: Morton Wright Jnr: 07972 719553

Calvin decides to leave

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.