Day: May 22, 2020

End of Season Awards 2019/20 – 📺 1 DAY TO GO!

The 2020 Shire Awards hosted by Dave Mac are almost here. Set a reminder on the link at Shire TV below so you don’t miss out. You can watch on the our official Facebook page but for the full effect, watch on your TV via the YouTube app on your Smart TV, Fire Stick or on the YouTube channels on your Sky or Virgin box. Starting tomorrow at 7pm.
Shire TV now has the active streamlink for the awards that you can bring up on your TV through the YouTube App on your Sky or Virgin boxes, fire stick or smart TV. Just search for Shire TV and the awards should be the first option on there.
As a very special extra to the Awards Evening will be our own renowned musician, Stuart Blackwood, who will be going live on his facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/stuart.blackwood.77 playing from his own little studio at around 7.50 pm BST this Saturday night – directly after the East Stirlingshire FC end of season online awards.
Donations to the East Stirlingshire Black & White 1880 Fund would be most welcome. You can pledge money for a song request , or wish to make a donation to the club in support of Stuart’s set through the East Stirlingshire Black & White 1880 Fund tab above.
Alternatively , if there is an issue with this form of payment please contact Stuart Blackwood directly – there are other options , which he will be able to sort something out . For now pledge are great . Payments can be made later.

2nd Round (Last 16) Donate a Ticket Virtual Scottish Cup – How to Donate

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.

Donate here