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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.

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The Strollers Round Up

The Strollers Round Up

The Strollers Round Up

The strollers round up gives you the latest on-going’s at Christie Gillies Park. The games have been thick and fast to the start of the season and some may say they have been weighted in our favour, but it is the way they have been given to us and accommodating a few game changes is good sportsmanship.

After a good preseason, some faces depart and new faces arrive, this season has started with some pace against last season’s top table teams, and we have done ourselves proud with the start we have had.

Civil Service Strollers
The strollers round up: Civil Service Strollers in action against Celtic FC B Team – Pic from Jammy

Civil Service Strollers v Rangers FC B Team: 3-1

Our game against Rangers was a great 3 points in the bag against a full time team full of international players. Setting the bar high on the opening game of the season was always going to be hard to maintain.

Civil Service Strollers v Gala Fairydean Rovers: 1-3

Our next game against Gala saw us be defeated in a game that we never turned up for. Manager Jardine said to the Edinburgh Evening News “I didn’t think they looked like they were going to score in the first half, so I’m really disappointed with a lot of aspects of the first goal. The second goal was a good finish and then the third one is a bit of magic”.

Civil Service Strollers v Open Goal Broomhill FC: 3-1

Moving onto the next game coming to us at pace and a home fixture against the newly reformed Open Goal Broomhill FC who are under new management and led by Open Goal podcaster Si Ferry brought a lot of welcomed hype around the game. Racing out the traps Broomhill looked like they had The Strollers under the cosh for the first 20 minutes and scoring first to put the pressure on the home team. Stepping up to the challenge The Strollers bounced back and scoring a well worked goal to make sure the three points were staying at Christie Gilles.

Civil Service Strollers v Celtic FC B Team: 0-2

A midweek rearranged fixture saw us host Celtic under the lights at Christie Gillies Park. A well organised team of full time international players who played some neat football. Strollers never let this phase them with a clear penalty claim denied, Robbie Cole missing the net and Innes Lawson missing a great chance to put goals on The Strollers side which would have shaped things up differently in the first half. Not taking our chances unfortunately came back to haunt us when Celtic found the net.

Heart of Midlothian FC B Team v Civil Service Strollers

Our next challenge comes against the league new comers, Heart of Midlothian FC B Team this Saturday 6th August at Ferguson Park with a 3pm kick off. This will be our first away fixture and we know Hearts will give us a good game.

Civil Service Strollers v Bo’ness Athletic

We arrive back at Christie Gillies Park to face The East of Scotland side Bo’ness Athletic in the second round of the EOS Qualifying Cup. Tickets are available to buy from Fanbase on Tuesday 9th August 2022 with a 19:45 kick off.

Thank you for reading The Strollers Round Up and we look forward to welcoming you to Christie Gillie Park. We are looking forward to playing our first away fixture this weekend. Follow the team and support the lads home and away!


Remaining Fixtures

Remaining Fixtures

Remaining Fixtures For Civil Service Strollers 21-22 Season are as follows:


Date: Saturday 9th April 2022

Kick Off 17:30

Venue: Penny Cars Stadium


Date: Tuesday 12th April 2022

Kick Off 19:45

Venue: Christie Gillies Park

Lowland League



Date: Saturday 16th April 2022

Kick Off 15:00

Venue: Christie Gillies Park

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Vale of Leithen FC v Civil Service Strollers FC

Vale of Leithen FC v Civil Service Strollers FC

Vale of Leithen FC v Civil Service Strollers FC

This weekend the Strollers travel to face the Vale in what is shaped up to be an exciting game. Vale have found some form under the new manager and had their first win at the weekend. Strollers have been in fine form of late, but suffered a defeat at the weekend to Cumbernauld Colts. The young Strollers are looking to bounce back and get themselves back up the table this weekend.

Date: 18th December 2021

Time: 15:00

League: Lowland League

Where: Victoria Park, Innerleithen, EH44 6HF

Cost: Adult – £7 Concession – £5 Children under 16 – FREE (Pay at gate option)

10th Minute Winner For The Star

10th Minute Winner For The Star

Dalbeattie Star arrived at Christie Gillies Park not having won a match at The Strollers home ground whether it be in the league or a cup since 2016. After a hurting defeat to Bonnyrigg last weekend, Civil were eager to correct that against star.

A day that saw howling winds, rain and a one goal win for Dalbeattie to go away with the monkey off their back.

The game saw some great football played from the young Strollers side and it was a day to be keeping the ball on the ground and play passing football that is for sure. From kick off the wind played havoc to balls that were cleared and with the wind going against the strollers sensible heads had to be put on.

It only took until the 10th minute when a clearance from The Strollers saw it come back with the wind for Dan Orsi to knock the ball past keeper Mac Whyte to give Star the lead and get their tails up.

A second half performance from The Strollers saw them coming close to scoring on many occasions, a claim for a penalty and a dominating second half performance, but it was just one of these days and the game ended 0-1 to Dalbeattie. We head to Alliance Park this Tuesday 9th November to face Caledonian Braves – 19:45 kick off.

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