So the Donate a Ticket Virtual Scottish Cup 2nd Round draw has been made and we have drawn Newtongrange Star from the East of Scotland Premier Division.
Each ticket is £5 and the match runs until 7pm Sunday night the highest amount progressing.
Every £ donated comes to the club.
We also have a prize for someone who donates which will be drawn at random at the end of the match:-
Prize – Every ticket bought will be entered into a raffle draw for a signed official match ball.
Over the next few weeks the club will keep everyone updated with what’s happening with the playing squad as we enter into the closed season.
After 202 appearances across 6 seasons, 58 clean sheets a club goalkeeping record and 139 consecutive appearances Jamie has informed us that he will be moving on during the summer.
Club Captain Jamie has played the last 139 straight competitive matches for the club and was the first Shire player to play 100 Lowland league matches for the club. Jamie first signed for the club on loan from Falkirk before joining the club twice during the last 15 years. Jamie also Captained us in our first cup final just over a year ago.
Everyone at the club wishes Jamie all the very best for his next move and thanks for some amazing saves over the years.
Good luck JB.
Our annual End of Season Awards had to be cancelled due to COVID-19, so we are bringing the awards evening to you at home! And we are following it up with some fantastic entertainment ! Dave Mac from Shire TV will be your host for the awards, streamed at 7pm this Saturday, followed by live music from Club Announcer and top musician Stuart Blackwood.
Tune in on the Shire TV YouTube channel or on the official club Facebook page. Bring your own bottle !
Well done to everyone who donated to our 1st Round Donate a Ticket Scottish Cup which has meant we have progressed to the 2nd Round. Well played Gala Fairydean Rovers and we hope to see you soon for real ⚽
Everyone who bought a ticket in our 1st round Donate a Ticket Scottish Cup Tie has been entered into our raffle draw and our roving reporter Ian Fleming took time out his busy schedule to draw the winning number. He really isn’t David Tanner.
The draw took place this evening and it is a well done to Tom Muirhead who won the raffle prize of a 2020/21 Home Shire replica shirt signed by all players and management and also a pre match dressing room pass for two to see the shirt being signed and Boardroom tickets to enjoy the match.