TALBOT MERCHANDISE 2016-17
Orders or enquiries contact Morton Wright Jnr on the following
Email: [email protected]
Text: 07972719553 anytime
HOME AND TOPS: ADULTS £35 CHILDREN £20
AWAY TOPS ON SALE AT £20 FOR ADULTS
MANAGERS JACKETS: £35
FLEECE ZIPPERS: £30
POLO SHIRTS: £12/£15
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 Apr: Sat 06 May 17
Subscriptions can be paid to an agent or by direct debit or standing order.
TO JOIN CONTACT HENRY DUMIGAN: 07929 525494 OR BOBBY MILLER: 07771 508907
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.
Saturday 08 April 2017
NEW COIN HOLDINGS WEST OF SCOTLAND CUP THIRD ROUND
Away v Maybole Juniors…………………………………………………………….1.30pm
Saturday 15 April 2017
SCOTTISH JUNIOR CUP SEMI FINAL FIRST LEG
Away v Linlithgow Rose…………………………………………………………….2.30pm
Prestonfield, Linlithgow EH49 6HF
ADMISSION: ADULTS £8.00 CONCESSIONS £4.00
Saturday 22 April 2017
SCOTTISH JUNIOR CUP SEMI FINAL SECOND LEG
Home v Linlithgow Rose…………………………………………………………….2.30pm
Match Sponsors: The Boo Boys: The Old Crocks: I.D. Property Services.
Matchball Sponosr: Emerald Contracts.
Mascot: Russell Hendry.
ADMISSION: ADULTS £8.00 CONCESSIONS £4.00
AYRSHIRE AMATEUR FA
We have agreed to a request from the Ayrshire Amateur FA to stage the Ayrshire Cup Semi Finals and Final at Beechwood Park on the following dates: Semi Finals: Sun 14 & Sun 21 May with the final going ahead on Sunday 28 May.
AUCHINLECK TALBOT YOUTH ACADEMY
THE JIM ROWAN FOOTBALL FESTIVAL
BEECHWOOD PARK, AUCHINLECK
2nd, 3rd, 4th June
Friday 2nd (Evening) Fun 4s 2010/11s Five-a-sides. £30 per team
Saturday 3rd 2008s 7-a-side (am) 2007s 7-a-side (pm) £50 per team
Sunday 4th 2006s 7-a-side (am) £50 per team
Application forms & further information from:
Kenny on: 07473114457 or Campbell on: [email protected]
WILL SNOWDON TESTIMONIAL MATCH
We have agreed to a request from Bo’ness United to provide the opposition for Will Snowdon’s Testimonial Match at Bo’ness on Saturday 29 July 2017, 2.00pm kick off.
HALL OF FAME 2017
Following this year’s voting process Hugh Lyden has been successful in being voted to be inducted into the Club’s Hall of Fame. The Organising Committee have decided that the late Cammy Hitchell should also be inducted at the same time. The Induction Evening will take place in the Talbot Social Club on Saturday 2 September 2017, music provided by Marc James. The Organising Committee would like to thank all supporters who took the time to vote for this important part of the Club’s history.
SPONSORED WALK 2017
Sunday 23 April 2017
Sponsor Sheets are now available from Hugh Muir Snr, Jim Purdie, the Talbot Committee, The Talbot Social Club or the usual outlets.
SPORTSMANS DINNER 2017
Saturday 29 April 2017
Auchinleck Indoor Bowling Club
6.30 for 7.00pm
Chairman: Jim Morrison
Panel: Des McKeown (Sports Columnist and Former Player)
Bill Kelly (Impressionist/Comedian)
Tickets priced £30 available from Morton Wright Snr on: 07934139122
BEECHWOOD REGENERATION COMMITTEE UPDATE
Quotes for the new catering facility are being finalised with grant applications now nearing submission. It is anticipated that this part of the process will take around three months. When results of the applications are known, the committee will be in the position to agree a timescale for the building to be completed.
STEVEN WHITE TESTIMONIAL SHOWS
Saturday 8 April with Jim Morrison; Jimmy Mac and Tommy Milgrew in Mauchline & District Kilmarnock F.C. Supporters Club from 8.00pm till late. Tickets price £5.00 available from Colin Chisholm, Morton Wright Jnr, Mauchline & District Kilmarnock Supporters Club; Tommy Milgrew or by contacting any Auchinleck Talbot Committee Member.
Sunday 16 April with Buller and Friends in Catrine Masonic Club 2.00pm to 6.00p.m. Tickets price £5.00 available from Billy Gillies and Auchinleck Talbot Supporters Social Club.
Lillian Welsh was the lucky winner of the recent draw for the bottle of Talbot Whisky kindly donated by Rosemary and Hugh Terry. The proceeds of the draw will be presented to the family of Sam McCulloch for the benefit of Alzheimer’s Scotland.
2003 – Talbot 4-5 Beith. The boys were by far the better team and didn’t get the rewards they deserved. Beith scored inside the first minute with a long range hit and hope effort that caught everyone out. John Johnstone equalised with an effort from distance with his unflavoured right foot. Beith then scored from a free kick that Jack Jamieson parried and Beith tapped in. It was then 3-1 from a free kick that looked a great tackle and a harsh decision. The second half Beith broke the offside trap to curl in a good finish that Cody Bottell did well to somehow manage to get a hand to. Talbot somehow found themselves 4-1 down yet had been by far the better team. The boys then dug deep and showed what they’re all about and kept at Beith pressing and passing and moving all over the pitch. Captain Gavin withers brought the boys back into it when he scored from a free kick. Cameron McBride then came up from right back and scored from two corners to make it 4 each. Talbot were turning the screw. Michael Kane was then denied a stone wall penalty when he was brought down inside the six-yard box from the back right in front of the referee. With the clock running down, Talbot were dominating and there was only looking like one winner. But Beith hit another long distance effort from nowhere which hit the back of the net to decide the tie. It was hit perfectly and the goalkeeper had no chance. Sharing man of the match were Cameron McBride and Logan Murray. The boys play Caley away on Saturday.
2006 – Both Tigers and Boswell were at home this week against Stewarton Annick. Both teams were a bit off the pace this week compared to games lately but still some good football at times. Stewarton were very well organised and proved to be a tough side to play our normal passing football against. A bit more effort from our boys at times this week would have had its rewards.
2007 – Free week