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Almond Hearing Scottish Cup Matchday Sponsor

Almond Hearing Scottish Cup Matchday Sponsor

Almond Hearing Scottish Cup Matchday Sponsor

Almond Hearing Scottish Cup Matchday Sponsor for The Strollers v Fraserburgh at Christie Gillies Park. We are delighted to welcome Frazer and his guests to the game on Saturday to enjoy a day of Scottish Cup action against Fraserburgh.

Almond Hearing

Almond Hearing

We will take care of every aspect of your ears and hearing, whether diagnostic or rehabilitative, preventative or responsive. We are proud to offer a comprehensive audiology service to our clients. We promise to do so with professionalism, integrity and with care.

– Diagnostic hearing tests.
– Wax removal
– Hearing aid assessment.
– Noise protection
– Balance assessment

‘We hear you loud and clear’

Frazer PatersonDirector and Clinical Audiologist (BSc, PgDip, HCPC, MSHAA)

Frazer, a degree trained audiologist has extensive and varied experience in the world of Audiology.  With two spells in the NHS he was held to the highest clinical standards in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss.

His experience working for one of the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers has exposed him to the latest hearing aid technology and how to maximise its potential.  Frazer is passionate that hearing loss should not be a barrier to employment, limit a person’s ability to communicate with friends and family or curtail any aspect of their life.

He is passionate about Almond Hearing becoming the trusted hearing care provider in his local community and making a small contribution to improve lives.

Visit their practice:

Almond Hearing, Barden House, 3b Hamilton Square, Livingston, EH54 9JZ

Email: enquiries@almondhearing.co.uk

Call: 01506 888 478

Web: https://www.almondhearing.co.uk

 

SOME WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT!

SOME WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT!

SOME WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT!

It seems like no time since the season ended – yet already that’s the players back in for pre-season training.  We have a young squad and Gary has been busy over the summer trying to bring in players that can continue to take the club forward.  The team have a lot to live up to this season as the bar was set higher than I could have dreamed of just a few short years ago when we were first awarded our SFA Licence.
In the season just past, we reached the 3rd round of the Scottish Cup for the first time, defeated an SPFL club in a competitive match for the first time, were 7th (or 5th?) in the League and transferred a player into a full-time contract with an SPL club.  The team also delivered one of the best weeks the club has had when they managed to overcome three clubs that finished the season in the top four – and in some style.
The committee at the Strollers put a huge amount of time and effort into the running of the club (thank you!) and that work seems an awful lot easier when the team is performing as well as it did last season.  Our thanks to the coaches and players for their hard work and making the season as enjoyable as it was.
Elsewhere across the club 2 finals were reached.  The 2009 Youth team lost on penalties to Lauderdale while the under 20’s team lost to Dunipace with the last kick of the ball.  Fantastic efforts and my congratulations to all involved for such sterling effort.  My congratulations also go to the 2 victorious sides as I know what they had to do to beat our teams who fought tooth and nail to the end.
We now know that we will have Cowdenbeath and Tranent, as well as 3 guest clubs in the Lowland League next season, so a warm welcome to them all.  We didn’t vote for guest clubs as we feel the pyramid should be respected, but football beats politics and we look forward to welcoming Celtic, Hearts and Rangers as warmly as anyone else to Christie Gillies Park this coming season.  I just hope the ‘jam tomorrow’ on offer of fairer promotion/relegation across the pyramid now comes to fruition.
I look forward to meeting up with many of you over the coming months of the new season.  We are trying our best to keep improving on and off the park and key to that happening is attracting more people to games and making that experience an enjoyable one for you.
Best wishes
Russell
a good Preseason comes to an end

Blue Toon Beat Strollers In Third Round

Blue Toon Beat Strollers In Third Round

Peterhead earned their place in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup after an incident packed 90 minutes in north Edinburgh as they overcame a gritty Civil Service Strollers side.

The game got underway and the young Strollers started fast out the traps. With three corners for the hosts within the first ten minutes it was looking like the Civil had Peterhead on the ropes. Unfortunially the home side’s hopes of causing an upset were dashed on the half hour mark when Joao Balde received a red card for a reckless challenge, reducing the strollers to ten men. Peterhead now had a player advantage and were thrown a lifeline just before half time when referee Chris Graham pointed to the spot with keeper Mac Whyte saving the penalty, keeping the score line at 0-0 and giving the hosts a boost for the second half.

The second half got underway and another penalty was awarded in the 55th minute after the Strollers keeper had upended McLean, was converted by the Peterhead striker McLean and Brown atoned for his miss by firing home to make it 2-0 shortly afterwards. The young strollers left everything they had on the pitch and thought until the final whistle, but when substitute Lyall Cameron made it 3-0 at the death with a close range effort, there was no way back no for the home team.

This weekend we face Broomhill In a Home Lowland League Fixture. Kick off 3pm at Christie Gillie Park.

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Civil Service Strollers vs Peterhead FC

Last Chance Peterhead Scottish Cup Tickets

LAST CHANCE Peterhead Scottish Cup TICKETS

Civil Service Strollers F.C  vs  Peterhead F.C – Saturday 27th November 2021 – Christie Gilles Park – 3pm K.O

Arriving At The Ground

Civil Service Strollers F.C: Christie Gillies Park, 25 Marine Drive, Edinburgh, EH4 5EJ

Hospitality:

Various options available:

  • Match + Programme + Pie + Pint = £15 (Buy Ticket) 

Match Day Hospitality 

  • Complimentary Match Programme
  • Pre-match hot & cold buffet style refreshments served in Club 1908 Bar
  • Pre-match & half time complimentary bottle buckets
  • Match day ticket for one
  • Post-match paid for bar

£30 (Buy Ticket)

General Match Day Tickets: £10 Adults    £5 Concessions     £5 Children – Tickets Available via Fanbase

Cash Gate: Cash gate will be in operation but save delays and get in quicker with a pre purchased ticket.

Arriving At The Ground

Civil Service Strollers F.C: Christie Gillies Park, 25 Marine Drive, Edinburgh, EH4 5EJ

Scottish Cup Matchday Ticket Option

Scottish Cup Matchday Ticket Option

Scottish Cup Matchday Ticket Option

Enjoy the Scottish Cup game knowing that at half time you have a bottle of lager and hot pie waiting for you in the bar. Just purchase your ticket on Fanbase select the MATCH + PROGRAMME + PIE + PINT ticket, show proof on arrival and we will have it ready for you at half time.

Your ticket will get you:

  • Matchday Programme
  • Entry to the game
  • Pie + Pint at Half Time

All This For £15

Get your ticket today via Fanbase  BUY TICKET