Limited parking at tomorrows final

Irvine Meadow advise that there will be limited parking spaces within Meadow Park for tomorrow’s Ardagh Glass Sectional League Cup Final, fans will have to park their transport away from the ground. Thanks

Talbot News

TALBOT MERCHANDISE 2016-17

HOME AND AWAY TOPS: ADULTS £35 CHILDREN £20

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: @Favali25

 

AUCHINLECK TALBOT FC FUNDRAISING CLUB SEASON 2016-17

Subscription dates for the new season as follows:

Sat 08 Oct 16: Sat 05 Nov 16: Sat 10 Dec 16:

Sat 07 Jan 17: Sat 11 Feb 17: Sat 11 Mar 17: Sat 08 Apr: Sat 06 May 17

Subscriptions can be paid to an agent or by direct debit or standing order.

MEMBERS STILL TO PAY SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THIS SEASON PLEASE CONTACT THE UNDER THE UNDERNOTED

TO JOIN CONTACT HENRY DUMIGAN: 07929 525494 OR BOBBY MILLER: 07771 508907

 

SPECTATOR CODE OF CONDUCT 2016

The Club has a new Spectator Code of Conduct which can be viewed on Club website at

www.auchinlecktalbot.com.

 

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.

KIT SPONSORS

SHIRT – J.M.K.

SHORTS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

TRAINING KIT – Visions Outsourcing

POLO SHIRTS – Martin & White

SWEAT SHIRTS – Emerald Contracts

KIT BAGS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

RAIN JACKETS – T.B.A.

MANAGEMENT JACKETS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

SUBSTITUTES JACKETS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

RUNNING OUT TOPS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

TRACKSUITS – Pro-Turfcare Ltd

 

PITCH DEVELOPMENT FUND BUCKET COLLECTION

The Club wishes to thank both Auchinleck Talbot FC and Cumnock Juniors FC fans who donated to the bucket collection prior to last Saturday’s game. The sum raised was £200.

 

FIXTURES

Sunday 9 October 2016

Ardagh Glass Sectional League Cup Final

Auchinleck Talbot v Kilbirnie Ladeside…………………………………………………….2.00pm

Meadow Park, Irvine

Admission: Adults £7.00         Concessions: £3.00

CROWD SEGREGATION

AUCHINLECK TALBOT FC SUPPORTERS WILL OCCUPY THE STAND SIDE OF MEADOW PARK, KILBIRNIE LADESIDE SUPPORTERS ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE.

 

Saturday 15 October 2016

New Coin Holdings West of Scotland Cup – First Round

Away v Cambuslang Rangers………………………………………………………………2.00pm

Somervell Park, Cambuslang G72 7EB

 

Saturday 22 October 2016

Scottish Junior Cup Second Round

Away v Annbank United………………………………………………………………….2.00pm

New Pebble Park, Weston Avenue, Annbank KA6 5EE

 

 

BEECHWOOD PARK

All exterior paintwork will at Beechwood Park will be freshened up over the next week or so.

 

NEW NETTING

New Netting is to be installed behind both goals.

 

NEW TOILET FACILITIES

The Club is awaiting a building warrant from East Ayrshire Council before we can open the new Toilet Facilities at Beechwood Park, hopefully this can be arranged soon.

AUTUMN DRAW 2016 WINNERS

AUTUMN DRAW 2016 WINNERS

FIRST PRIZE:              Deluxe Christmas Hamper

JANE B. GIBSON      5 BROOMFIELD AVENUE, CUMNOCK KA18 1AH       

SECOND PRIZE:         Talbot Match Hospitality for two

A.M. SINCLAIR        3 BALLOCHMYLE AVENUE, MAUCHLINE KA5 6BB

THIRD PRIZE:                        Deluxe Bottle of Whisky

KLARK THOMSON 29 SUNNYSIDE CRESCENT, MAUCHLINE KA5 6DX

FOURTH PRIZE:         £20 CASH PRIZE

INA EDGAR              38 BALLOCHMYLE AVENUE, AUCHINLECK

FIFTH PRIZE:              £10

STEVEN BARR         MAHLE ENGINE SYSTEMS, RICCARTON, KILMARNOCK

The Draw was made in the Talbot Social Club at 4pm on Sunday 2 October 2016

AUCHINLECK TALBOT FC WISHES TO THANK EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED THE ABOVE DRAW

Talbot Boys football

TALBOT BOYS CLUB NEWS.

2001 – Hurlford United 1 Auchinleck Talbot 6. Another 3 points again on Saturday, although Talbot got off to a slow start. They upped their game and dominated the majority of the match, a lot of chances were created for more goals but well done to the United keeper. goals came from Lewis Hood -1 Scott Whalen -2 Justin Barr -3 man of the match went to Justin Barr.

2003 – No game.

2005 – This week Talbot were away to Dean Thistle in Kilmarnock. Unlike last week Talbot were the team that came out fighting right from the start with some lovely passing football. This was rewarded with a well worked goal and a great pass from Taylor Fowler which split the defense for Calum Wilson to rifle a shot past the despairing Dean Thistle keeper. Talbot continued to play some great football but against the run of play Thistle scored an equaliser. This took Talbot by surprise and just before half time Thistle took the lead. Talbot started the second half with loads of energy and pressed the Dean Thistle defense with their keeper pulling off some great saves. Talbots tenacity payed off when Cody Gibson scored the equaliser. The two teams were so well matched with play going from one attack to the other. Both defenses were holding up well until Dean Thistle had a break through and scored to win the game. Both sets of parents complemented both teams in how well they played and enjoyed a pulsating and entertaining game. Well done both teams.

2006 – Both Boswell and Tigers were away to Grange Academy, Kilmarnock on Saturday to play Bellfield. Both teams played really well against tough opposition and the boys efforts and determination showed throughout. Again we were short of numbers and the boys didn’t get a rest but nobody complained. Goals from Lewis McFadzean, Callum Holmes and two goals
from Kiain Robb. We are looking to add one or two experienced boys to our squad. Contact [email protected] for further information/trial.

2007 – The boys played against Cumnock on Saturday at Auchinleck Academy. It was a cracking game of football with decent spells of play from both sides. Effort was good and they showed great composure on the ball at times. They lost their shape slightly as the match went on however that was more tiredness than anything else. There was good movement off the ball but the final pass needs to improve from us as their awareness needs to be better. It was a pleasing display though, with a special mention for Braydan Gooden for his positioning and bringing the ball out from the back.

2008 – Both teams played at Caley parks against three Ayr Boswell teams and Greenan. A mixed bag from the boys this week. There was some good forward play and they were trying to play football the right way but sometimes they were caught out of position when defending which the boys have been improving on recently. When it all clicks the football is a joy to watch.

2009 – The boys were at Irvine playing this week in some glorious sunshine and what a day it turned out to be. All of the boys are really starting to click together and some nice football being played. A good few goals being scored by both teams. Murray McRoberts being singled out this week for his willingness to go in there where it might hurt and ensuring goals come from this. Well done boys.

LOTTERY WEEK 39

LOTTERY WEEK 39 – JACKPOT PRIZE £300

NUMBERS: 9-10-11-12

NO JACKPOT WINNERS:

Drawn in the Talbot Social Club on Sunday 2 October 2016

WEEK 40 JACKPOT: £350

PRIZES WILL BE PAID BY CHEQUE TO WINNERS 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 BOYS CLUB NEWS.

TALBOT BOYS CLUB NEWS.

2003 – The lads played away at Prestwick on Sunday, and it was a great performance. Everyone contributed, especially Cameron McBride. The game ended in a one all draw. Another away point but it was a gutting result as we lost a goal in the last 30 seconds from a free kick. The boys are improving all the time and it’s brilliant to watch.

2005 – On Saturday we were at home to Nith Valley Colts. Nith from the start looked like the team that were up to play football and scored in the second minute of the game, it took Talbot a while to get into the game and when they did they started to play some nice attacking football with the ball hitting the post and the Nith keeper
pulling off some nice saves. Then Talbot had the breakthrough they deserved with Ewan MacMillan scoring a goal to level the game. At this point the game opened up and Nith scored and went in at half time with a narrow lead. Talbot started the second the way they started the first and conceded an early goal this made it difficult for Talbot but with determination and good team spirit closed the gap with a strong solo goal from Calum Wilson. Talbot pressed and looked like pulling off a well-deserved draw but Nith scored in the last minute.

2007 – Game against Ayr Boswell on Saturday at Auchinleck Academy. Some good play at times leading to some cracking goals. Hit the woodwork quite a few times as well. The passing was still a bit slow in the final third. We’ll continue to work on that at training though and it’ll click eventually. They’re starting to progress in the right areas now and attitudes are getting much better. All in all, it was a good display from the boys, with a special mention for Christiyan Simmonds for excellent skills and great forward passing.

2009 – The boys enjoyed another weekend at Prestwick with significant improvement being made each week. Drive, determination and will to win is becoming second nature to these young players. None more so than Lewis Parker who’s ball control, movement and ability to take the game to the opposition get better every time we play.

2008 – The boys played 2 games against Ayr Boswells at Prestwick on Sunday.
Another good morning for the boys who were highly competitive and showed spells of playing real good football. Boys are developing really well and trying to play good football which is pleasing. Special mention to Bobby Reid for outstanding tackling and positional sense.

LOTTERY WEEK 38

LOTTERY WEEK 38 – JACKPOT PRIZE £250

NUMBERS: 1-6-14-20

NO JACKPOT WINNERS:

Drawn in the Talbot Social Club on Sunday 25 September 2016

WEEK 39 JACKPOT: £300

PRIZES WILL BE PAID BY CHEQUE TO WINNERS 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

CROWD CONTROL PROCEDURE

MCBOOKIE.COM WEST OF SCOTLAND SUPER LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION
AUCHINLECK TALBOT V CUMNOCK JUNIORS
BEECHWOOD PARK, AUCHINLECK
SATURDAY 1 OCTOBER 2016: 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 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.

 

AUCHINLECK TALBOT FC SUPPORTERS SOCIAL CLUB

Access to the Social Club will be strictly for members and invited guests only.

 

CATERING FACILITIES

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.

TALBOT NEWSLETTER

TALBOT NEWSLETTER

 

TALBOT MERCHANDISE 2016-17

HOME AND AWAY TOPS: ADULTS £35 CHILDREN £20

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: @Favali25

 

AUCHINLECK TALBOT FC FUNDRAISING CLUB SEASON 2016-17

Subscription dates for the new season as follows:

Sat 08 Oct 16: Sat 05 Nov 16: Sat 10 Dec 16:

Sat 07 Jan 17: Sat 11 Feb 17: Sat 11 Mar 17: Sat 08 Apr: Sat 06 May 17

Subscriptions can be paid to an agent or by direct debit or standing order.

MEMBERS STILL TO PAY SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THIS SEASON PLEASE CONTACT THE UNDER THE UNDERNOTED

TO JOIN CONTACT HENRY DUMIGAN: 07929 525494 OR BOBBY MILLER: 07771 508907

 

 

SPECTATOR CODE OF CONDUCT 2016

The Club has a new Spectator Code of Conduct which can be viewed on Club website at

www.auchinlecktalbot.com.

 

 

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.

KIT SPONSORS

SHIRT – J.M.K.

SHORTS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

TRAINING KIT – Visions Outsourcing

POLO SHIRTS – Martin & White

SWEAT SHIRTS – Emerald Contracts

KIT BAGS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

RAIN JACKETS – T.B.A.

MANAGEMENT JACKETS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

SUBSTITUTES JACKETS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

RUNNING OUT TOPS – Unison (South Ayrshire)

TRACKSUITS – Pro-Turfcare Ltd

 

AUTUMN DRAW 2016

FIRST PRIZE:              Deluxe Christmas Hamper    

SECOND PRIZE:         Talbot Match Hospitality for two

THIRD PRIZE:                        Deluxe Bottle of Whisky

FOURTH PRIZE:         £20

FIFTH PRIZE:              £10

TICKETS 20P EACH OR £1 PER BOOK FROM COMMITTEE MEMBERS OR THE USUAL OUTLETS

The Draw will be made in the Talbot Social Club at 4pm on Sunday 2 October 2016

WOULD AGENTS PLEASE NOTE THAT TICKETS AND CASH SHOULD BE RETURNED NO LATER THAN FRIDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 2016

 

FIXTURES

Saturday 24 September 2016

McBookie.com Super League – Premier Division

Home v Arthurlie……………………………………………………………………………2.00pm

Match Sponsor: The Willie Young Loyal TSC

Matchball Sponsored by: Emerald Contracts

 

Saturday 1 October 2016

T.B.A.

 

Sunday 9 October 2016

Ardagh Glass Sectional League Cup Final

Auchinleck Talbot v Kilbirnie Ladeside…………………………………………………….2.00pm

Meadow Park, Irvine

Admission: Adults £7.00         Concessions: £3.00

 

Saturday 15 October 2016

New Coin Holdings West of Scotland Cup – First Round

Away v Cambuslang Rangers………………………………………………………………2.00pm

Somervell Park, Cambuslang G72 7EB

SEASON TICKETS 2016/17

ADULT: £60                        CONCESSIONS: £30

VALID FOR LEAGUE GAMES ONLY

NOW ON SALE FROM HENRY DUMIGAN, SECRETARY.

 

THE JOHN DAVIDSON AWARD

The John Davidson Award for season 2015/16 has been won by Douglas Aitken in recognition of his voluntary work on the ground staff at Beechwood Park. The award will be presented to Douglas prior to our home League Match against Arthurlie on Saturday coming by representatives of John’s family.

 

BEECHWOOD PARK GRANDSTAND

Starting from the next home game children under the age of 16 will not be allowed entry to the Grandstand at Beechwood Park unless they are accompanied by an adult.

 

BEECHWOOD PARK

Thanks to the committee members who took part in the recent general tidy up of Beechwood Park.

 

NEW NETTING

New Netting is to be installed behind both goals.

 

DRESSING ROOM REFURBISHMENT

The dressing room areas have now been freshened up.

 

NEW TOILET FACILITIES

The Club is awaiting a building warrant from East Ayrshire Council before we can open the new Toilet Facilities at Beechwood Park, hopefully this can be arranged soon.

TALBOT BOYS CLUB NEWS.

TALBOT BOYS CLUB NEWS.

2005 – Another away game this week, this time to Valspar at the Old Racecourse Ayr. Talbot put pressure on Valspar right from the kick off with some great passing and attacking football which lead to Cody Gibson scoring the opening goal in the first five minutes then within minutes he scored a goal right from the training ground when Talbot were awarded a corner, Calum Wilson passed to Cody Gibson from outwith the penalty box and he slammed the ball passed a despairing goalkeeper. Talbot were in the ascendancy even the defence were pushing forward Kye Bone, Jay Sharp and Josh Suitters were playing with confidence and Calum Wilson scored three along with Ewen MacMillan scoring two in the first half. The second half Talbot made a few changes and Valspar came into the game but the stand-in Talbot keeper Darren Jamieson had a great game and pulled off some great saves. Francis McGhee was solid in defence and Calum Duncan had a great debut and will fit well into the team. Taylor Fowler scored again two goals in two weeks and Cody Gibson scored another two just before full-time. Valspar did score five goals but this didn’t worry Talbot. This was an emphatic win for Talbot with the boys bouncing back brilliantly from last week’s defeat. Well done Auchinleck Talbot 2005s.

2007 – Games against Valspar on Saturday at Auchinleck Academy. Two really tight games with some good football at times from both sides. Movement and awareness needs a bit of work, as does composure on the ball. There were some decent individual pieces of play who then linked in with others afterwards which was pleasing. Our forward play is making progress but lots of work still to be done. Special mention this week goes to Tyler McPike for effort and passing.

2008 – The boys played at Prestwick on Sunday against Caledonian and Troon Dundonald. Really pleasing morning for the boys making great progress and came together on the day today. Good shape, defending and attacking play with all the boys contributing.
Special mention to Andrew Watson for good tackling and determination.

2009 – The boys really enjoyed their games this weekend with a big improvement in performance and understanding of how each other play the last game being especially pleasing as the boys really gave their all with Luke Hannah grabbing four goals in a great team performance