FIREWORKS

HOME MATCH v BANKS O’DEE FC
BREEDON HIGHLAND LEAGUE
SEAFIELD PARK, GRANTOWN PH26 3HY
SATURDAY 5 NOVEMBER 2022 – KO 3PM

OK… it’s a cliché but there could be fireworks on Saturday afternoon when the Breedon Highland League debutants Banks O’Dee FC visit Grantown for the first time. They make the journey from Aberdeen on the back of a 2-0 defeat at Rothes on Wednesday night, so, hopefully, this could mean they don’t travel particularly well on the A95/A96.
It’ll be a pleasure welcoming the team, officials and fans of Banks O’Dee to Seafield Park and our Club historian Rob Clark, aided and abetted by Club secretary Clive Wolstenholme have put together a souvenir programme to commemorate their first visit.
The programme will be available to purchase for £1 at the ground or £2 online by Paypal
stfcprogramme@gmail.com

After having a very decent start to their first season, Banks O’Dee were hit by a severe blow after playing an unregistered player in their recent Scottish Cup match against Turriff United, and as well as being removed from the Cup, they were also deducted 24 points by the Highland League which placed them below us on -1 points. 
So its a bottom of the table clash – the ubiquitous six-pointer.

For additional information for Banks O’Dee supporters click here


Aiden, with last week’s home MOTM award and also scorer of our first goal in Inverness on Wednesday night against Clachnacuddin.

FIRST VICTORY OF THE SEASON

Aiden Cruickshank and Liam Grant both scored first half goals in our match against Clachnacuddin FC at Grant Street, Inverness on Wednesday night in a right dreich night for football – real Highland League weather – but it was sunshine all the way home to Grantown with all three points. There were goalmouth scrambles at both ends of the pitch, and in the second half our ‘keeper Olly Kelly pulled off a magnificent double save which kept the clean sheet intact.  According to our match reporter all the boys played really well throughout – and deserved the win. Defensive mistakes have been very, very costly for us so far this season, but that’s now 135 minutes of football of not conceding a goal – so hopefully we can keep that statistic going for as long as we can. 
Every Jags player played their part and and as you can imagine Charlie and the boys emerged from the dressing rooms with a big smile on their faces after our first victory of the season. 

Unfortunately, Aiden, who has now scored five goals for the Jags, was sent off after being booked twice,  so he will miss the Banks O’Dee game.

Local hero, Liam Grant scorer of our second goal against Clach

DATES AND TIMES FOR YOUR DIARY SO FAR:

There will be changes to match day kick off times over the next few months so please make sure to check before.

So far ours are as follows:
Home match v Formartine FC on Saturday November 19 will have a 2pm kick off.
Away match v Brechin City FC on Saturday January 28 – 2023  will have a 2pm kick off.
Away match v Inverurie Loco Works FC  on Saturday February 11- 2023 will have a 2pm kick off.

Club Secretary Clive is in contact with all the teams we are playing both home and away in the near future to ascertain if a 2pm kick off would be suitable for both teams.

There has been a change of fixtures date with many clubs moving their fixtures from Tuesday 27 Dec afternoon to Friday 23 Dec evening and from 3 Jan 2023 afternoon to Friday 30 Dec evening – we play Rothes FC on both dates so discussions are ongoing – JagsWeb will keep you informed. 


And as ever Jags Fans we finish with …………till next week.

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